Cincinnati and Southern Ohio
Mariemont, Wyoming, Terrace Park, Montgomery, Madeira, Amberley, Evendale, Edgewood, Mason, Hamilton
Northern Kentucky, including Louisville, Covington, Florence, Jeffersontown, Frankfort.
ALL Crane Rental Corp. in Cincinnati, OH, serves southeast Ohio in a variety of energy, telecom, commercial, educational and industrial projects. Cincinnati is one of Ohio’s largest cities and rests on the Ohio River. As such, ALL Crane has participated in a number of power projects fueled by the powerful river. The Over-the-Rhine district is known for its 19th-century architecture, including Findlay Market, also has required ALL Crane’s delicate lifting touch. Other landmarks in the area needing lift include The Cincinnati Museum Center, science and children's museums in the art deco Union Terminal, and the Cincinnati Art Museum. We have participated in countless vertical construction projects in Cincinnati proper and in the educational centers including Xavier and, of course, The University of Cincinnati — a comprehensive public research university in Cincinnati. Most recently. ALL Crane helped the largest precast construction project in Ohio, giving lift to the Reading Community Schools’ new PK-12 School.
The ALL Family of Companies has tabbed the area a new regional service area and has charged Rich Randall to oversee the development. Known for his ability to read markets, think strategically, and move the needle, Rich Randall most recently served as operations manager of the Cleveland branch, a position he held for 12 years. Prior to that, Randall spent 11 years on the sales team, primarily serving the heavy highway market. He has also spent time in logistics and dispatch with the company.
The 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), tower cranes (up to 35-USt), as well as aerial boom and scissor lifts.
Fun fact: The ALL Story begins with three brothers and one crane. That one crane was a 1965 52-ton American Truck crane, currently in use in Columbus as a yard crane. We have maintained that crane in working order as tribute to our living history.