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In 1964, Bryce Saylor founded Blair Lumber Company, of Central Pennsylvania. The purpose of the company at that time was mainly offering carpentry and carpentry-related services. As the years went on, Blair Lumber Company was called in to do lifting jobs with much more frequency. These started with lifting the beams to homes during construction but eventually led to several commercial jobs.

In 1974, Bryce Saylor and Sons was founded. Bryce's goal was to leverage his years of crane and rigging experience in order to provide quality crane services to Altoona, Pennsylvania and its surrounding areas.
Today, Bryce Saylor & Sons is spearheaded by Bryce's three sons, Greg, Barry and Tracy. Through their father's work ethics, drive and experience, the three brothers have taken the company to the next generation of newer, larger and more modernized lifting equipment. This expands their capability to meet their customers' lifting demands. As a result, many of Altoona's large businesses, small businesses and contractors depend on Bryce Saylor & Sons' knowledge and expertise to solve their lifting and rigging needs.

The Saylor sons take it upon themselves to pass along their knowledge and experience to each of their new employees, allowing each employee to exhibit the qualifications and skill that the sons themselves would demonstrate on the job. The Saylor sons take each employee, step by step, through the process of becoming a skillful crane operator. They are then trained and tested to be certified crane operators. They learn everything from the actual operating of the crane all the way down to the proper greasing methods used to ensure well-functioning equipment. They are taught to do daily, visual inspections, to ensure a safe, operating crane.

All Bryce Saylor & Sons operators are CCO (Certified Crane Operator) trained and certified.

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