Central Contractors Service, Inc. (Alsip)

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Central Contractors Service, Inc. (Alsip)
11941 S. Cicero Ave,
Alsip, IL 60803
Main: 708.239.7940
Service: 708.385.1827
Parts: 708.385.1827
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About This Branch

Midwest crane powerhouse Central Contractors Service, Inc. joined The ALL Family of Companies in 1977, nearly 30 years after its 1946 founding as a taxi crane business. For generations it has maintained a sterling reputation with contractors in Chicagoland—and throughout the Midwest region—its high-quality equipment, turnkey crane service, and delivering excellent people. Since unifying its Alsip operations on a massive 12-acre yard, the branch has been able to provide even more operational efficiencies to its customers.
ALL Central Contractors building

Fleet Highlights Include

  • Four new ready-to-rent Liebherr All-Terrain cranes. 

  • Central Contractors Service 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 165 USt), industrial cranes (up to 25 USt), tower cranes (up to 35 USt), and mini crawler cranes (up to 3.8 USt).  

  • Central of Alsip operates as the aerial division for Illinois and surrounding branches. We offer a wide range of aerial boom lifts and scissor lifts (MEWPs) as well as telehandlers and material handlers. 

Industries We Specialize In

Central Contractors Service can help you get the right lift equipment for your project. Some of the industries we specialize in include roads and bridges, wind energy, high rise vertical construction, facility maintenance, HVAC rooftops, steel erection, precast, power plants, waste water facilities, industrial, and higher learning institutions and universities.


John Martello

General Manager

Paul Urbanski

Sales Manager

Service Area

Chicago tower

Chicago, Oak Lawn, Blue Island, Palos Heights, Crestwood, Worth, Merrionette Park 



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