Eric Stenger shows us the tools of the trade ... or does this mean "stay away"?
Local 639 member Kenny Whitlock displaying union strength
Bill Burgess looks on as the chopper flies in another piece
Cicogna Sign Co. Employee Kevin Bollman
Landing the next-to-last piece
Cicogna Sign Company gets help from a medical helicopter carrying a special patient - the finished product.
Although most permanent signs are erected with the help of a mobile crane, sometimes the site is not accessible by truck. Here in Concord, Ohio the crew from Cicogna Sign Company gets help from a medical helicopter carrying a special patient – the finished product. University Hospitals contracted the crew for this install on July 16, 2009.
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