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|Title:||The SOS Crane Project|
|Publisher:||George Brown College|
|Abstract:||Current approaches to window installation on commercial residential construction sites are outdated—the process is time-consuming, costly, and puts workers at risk. Armed with an idea for a new kind of crane, SOS Customer Service collaborated with George Brown’s Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies to design, prototype and test a novel, lightweight and portable crane for lifting windows into place on residential buildings. The crane prototype is easier to transport, assemble and less costly than competitors, making an impact on worksite productivity and worker safety. Another uplifting prototype from George Brown!|
|Description:||CCET promotional video|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Advanced Engineering Technologies|
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