Our Branch Locations

ALL Sunshine Crane Rental Corp.

2093 Apopka Blvd Apopka, FL 32703
Mitch McDonald, GM
Main Line 407.880.2222 • Fax 407.880.1122
Service 407.358.6266 • Parts 407.358.6264


Proudly serving customers in these (and surrounding) areas:

FLORIDA
Apopka, Orlando, Longwood, Altamonte Springs, Maitland, Casselberry, Winter Park, Winter Springs, Lake Mary, Sanford, Daytona Beach, Ormond, New Smyrna, Titusville, Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center, Jacksonville, Lake City, Gainesville, Ocala, Crystal River, Brooksville, Clermont, Leesburg, Kissimmee, Lake Buena Vista (Disney)


Previously Sunshine Crane, ALL Sunshine Crane Rental Corp. joined the ALL Family in 1992 and has been providing equipment and service along the central and east coasts of Florida ever since. 

 

FLEET HIGHLIGHTS

  • In addition to its local fleet, this branch benefits from the entire ALL Family fleet, including crawler cranes (up to 1,000 USt), all-terrain cranes (up to 900-USt), hydraulic truck cranes (up to 140-USt), rough terrain cranes (up to 150-USt), industrial cranes (up to 25 USt), and tower cranes (up to 35-USt) 
  • This branch offers aerial boom and scissor lifts.

 

JOB HIGHLIGHTS
ALL Sunshine Crane has been involved in many high-profile projects, including the following:

  • Universal Orlando Resort
  • Disney All Star Music Resort 
  • NASA and the US space program
    • At the end of 2009, ALL's Manitowoc 21000 crawler crane hoisted tier 5 of 10 tiers comprising the mobile launch tower (MLT) for the Constellation Project that replaced the retiring space shuttle fleet. NASA, Hensel Phelps, and Iveys Construction teamed up with ALL Sunshine Crane to build the MLT that will transport the rocket to the launch site via a crawler system much like the one that transports the shuttle fleet now. The tower is designed to allow the Ares rocket to launch directly from the tower.  Tier 5 weighed 296,000 pounds plus an additional 56,000 pounds for load block and rigging. The tiers averaged between 200,000 and 350,000 pounds and were hoisted up 400 feet. This job was a challenge, with a tight schedule and strict safety regulations.