Family Operated Since 1983.
Now Employee-Owned.
We’re an Atlanta-based crane rental company founded on family values, a commitment to customer service and dedication to maintaining the most knowledgeable team of operators in Georgia.
Operating One of Georgia's
Largest Taxi Fleets
With 65 hydraulic, crawler, all terrain and rough terrain cranes, our fleet is as flexible and responsive as you need it to be.
Our Promise to Our
Customers is Safety First
We pride ourselves on being an industry leader and work hard to provide the safest environment for our employees with the most efficient crane rental experience for our customers.

(706) 793-5300

24/7 Dispatch & Emergency

Augusta, GA

4207 Mike Padgett Hwy

Community

Pink Crane Gets First $5,000 Crane Rodeo Sponsor

Earlier this year, Phoenix Crane’s annual “Crane Rodeo” planning committee decided to offer advertising space on our 40-ton pink Terex as a way to raise additional funds for our partnership with the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer.  Since 2013, our Pink Crane and annual Crane Rodeo community event has raised over $192,000! 

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Corporate

Phoenix Crane Sells Company to It’s Employees

One of the most difficult crossroads our founder and owners have faced in the last few years is “what will happen to the company when we are ready to face retirement?”  After putting years into this business and feeling a strong sense of loyalty to our employees, it wasn’t right to sell to a third party.

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Community

Phoenix Crane Gets a 40-ton Pink Terex

Family owned and operated since 1983, Phoenix Crane Rental (www.phoenixcrane.com) is spearheading an effort within the crane industry and their community by donating a portion of the revenues generated by the Pantone® pink crane to the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer, whose mission is “to strengthen Georgia’s breast cancer community by raising money and awareness for local organizations throughout the state that focus on breast cancer education, screening, early detection, supportive services, and continuing care.”

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