Aerial Lifts

power equipment at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital


Marr’s Aerial Lift Division installed 527 linear feet of suspended staging for use by the exterior trades on the new Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital building.  The suspended staging consisted of 19 units of various sizes, the longest being 56 feet and the shortest being just five feet. The versatility of the suspended scaffold system allowed the exterior of the building to be accessed by multiple trades in different area at the same time.

aerial lift at Broad Institute

Broad Institute


A 40-ton plate girder is being set into position at 75 Ames Street for the Broad Institute. Marr Aerial Lifts has various equipment on the project site for contractors, including Daniel Marr & Sons.

boom lifts at Old Colony Housing Development

Old Colony Housing Development


 Marr Aerial Lifts supplied nine boom lifts to Save-On-Wall for the installation of drywall at the new Old Colony Housing development in South Boston.

aerial lifts at Rose Kennedy Greenway Art Installation

Rose Kennedy Greenway Art Installation


One of the most unique installation projects in Boston and the Marr Companies’ history took place at the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. The project involved the installation of a one-ton aerial sculpture that suspends 600 feet over the northern end of the Greenway’s Fort Point Channel Park.  Numerous aerial lifts were utilized in the erection of the sculpture which occurred over a period of 12 hours.  Sister company Daniel Marr & Son was awarded the contract for the engineering, fabrication and installation of the steel connection points at four locations on three different high rise buildings.