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Emmert International Opens Houston Facility

Location Ideal for Clients’ Project Storage Requirements Clackamas, OR, September 28, 2015– Emmert International, an engineered transport and rigging company, recently added its 4th office and yard in Houston, expanding its Texas footprint to 3 offices.  The Houston facility, located at 11700 Wallisville Road, complements the capacity of the Danbury and Rhome, Texas, locations.  The… Read more »

Emmert International Leading the Way in Safety – Annual EMR drops to 0.77

Clackamas, OR. –Emmert International is proud to announce that it earned an Experience Modification Rating (EMR) of 0.77, which demonstrates exceptional standing and reflects increased efforts to ensure worker safety.   The EMR is calculated annually by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI). The rating is based upon the frequency and severity of injuries… Read more »

Camp Withycombe

Clackamas, OR. – Today, September 23, 2014, at 12:00pm, Emmert International, the Clackamas-based structural moving company, will be relocating a turn-of-the-century building from Camp Withycombe. Emmert, who has already raised the 50 ton building, will move it to a pre-dug site so that it can be set on a new foundation. Once set, the building… Read more »

Featured Projects

Spruce Goose


Howard Hughes built the Spruce Goose in 1947. The 150 Ton Plane features an entirely wooden frame and a wingspan over 300 feet. Emmert International is proud to have been a part of preserving this historic icon.

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Sandy Creek


Emmert International performed the site transportation, lifting and rough setting of a 886, 250 lbs. Steam Generator Stator at the Sandy Creek Power Plant in Texas.

The Sandy Creek Generator had to be transported, lifted, and set up high on a platform, weighing approximately 700-thousand pounds.

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Coke Drum Transport


Emmert International transported the 49’L x 26’ Diameter Coke Drums, manufactured in Japan to be used in a refinery, from Longview, Washington to Billings, Montana via barge and highway. Emmert led and executed an exceptionally challenging project under extreme weather conditions over a prolonged schedule.

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