Get the professional equipment you need for your next project or job
ABCO-Bramer offers the outstanding equipment you need for your construction or contracted project. We offer sales, service, parts and rentals for all types and sizes of equipment for commercial, industrial and military projects. Whether you are looking for bare rentals or are a contractor looking for the right equipment, we will work with you to give you the tools you need for your next job. We are a licensed, bonded and insured company that is proud to serve customers throughout Kentucky and Indiana.
- Excavating Contractors
- General Contractors
- Machinery Installers
- Steel Workers
- Welder Contractors
- Builders and HVAC
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Major discount for long-term rentals!
Need equipment but not an operator? Ask about our bare rentals!
An outstanding reputation for providing quality equipment
ABCO-Bramer was established in 1954 and is proud to be locally owned and operated. As a family-owned and -operated company, we are committed to giving you the great services and rentals you need. We have a full line of products to complete your project from start to finish. We offer a wide range of services including rentals, service, parts, sales and more. Delivery is available and we are happy to serve big contractors!
ABCO-Bramer offers all types of equipment for large and small projects including the following:
ABCO-Bramer is proud to work with many outstanding companies and manufacturers including the following:
Member of American Rental Association
Member of Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association
National Commission for Certification of the Crane Operators
The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) has prepared this document to help employers, operators, riggers and signal persons better understand the personnel qualification requirements under the Federal OSHA's new rules for Cranes and Derricks in Construction (29 CFR 1926, Subpart CC). In addition to the full text of the rule at the end of the document, the specific sections applicable to personnel qualification requirements have been extracted into separate chapters, along with answers to numerous frequently asked questions submitted to NCCCO. A memo and letter of interpretation from OSHA that clarify the difference between “construction,” to which this rule applies, and “maintenance,” to which the rule does not apply, are also included. This information is provided as a public service by NCCCO. Although every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in this response, no responsibility can be assumed by NCCCO for errors. OSHA remains the sole authority for interpretations of federal labor standards and should be consulted accordingly.
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