I have a client who is asking me to put some preliminary plans together for an industrial facility. The building is pretty straight forward but has some interesting crane requirements. The building is to contain a very large bridge crane above a smaller set of bridge cranes. The larger bridge crane is of such a size to require an independent column system however (easy enough). I am a bit concerned about trying to bracket off these crane support columns to support the other smaller bridge crane system. I don’t see why it can’t be done, especially since the large bridge crane requires a system of bracing that will run parallel to the runway girders. Has anyone else run into a similar situation in the past?
This whole crane below another crane inside a building reminds me of a movie (I think it was called Inception).
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