Aerial Lifts in Connecticut

Versalift Aerial Lifts Support Key Industries in Connecticut

Aerial lifts are used on an ongoing basis to support the transportation infrastructure, data information systems and electric power grid of the state of Connecticut. Connecticut has a surprisingly large amount of wild and forested places, although the state’s proximity to New York City and Boston mean, especially in the western part of the state, that it is populated with dense suburban and urban areas and heavily trafficked highways. The maintenance of roadway signage and lighting requires vehicle-mounted aerial lifts that do not impede traffic, while having sufficient vertical reach. In Connecticut, most wired telecommunications infrastructure is above ground. This means that vehicle-mounted aerial lifts are necessary to telecommunications fleets in order to build, manage and maintain aerial plant, and secure the consistent flow of information.

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Electric Power and Utility Industry in Connecticut

Aerial lifts that are purposed to support electric utility infrastructure in Connecticut largely face the same conditions as those in other states. Families in Connecticut primarily use natural gas and other fuel oils to heat their homes, though approximately half of all electric power that is consumed in Connecticut comes from the 2,000 megawatt Millstone Nuclear Station. Interestingly, Connecticut gets 5% of its energy from renewable sources, with a quarter of that amount coming from consumer rooftop solar installations.


Aerial Lifts and Connecticut’s Utility Companies

Aerial lifts support the work of all of the electric utility companies that support families and businesses across the state of Connecticut. Investor-owned utility companies, which manage larger electric distribution systems, and electric cooperatives, which tend to manage smaller power systems and more dispersed rural areas, play an important role in maintaining the overhead systems that bring electricity to the more than three and a half million people in Connecticut. People in Connecticut, along with the residents of its neighboring states New York State and Massachusetts, use the least energy per dollar of GDP generated, which illustrates how important the Northeast is to the economy of the United States.


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Telecommunications Construction & Maintenance in Connecticut

Aerial lifts are constantly in use in Connecticut, where residents have a great deal of choice when it comes to how they receive telecommunications service. It is notable that in Connecticut, 88.2% of households have a computer and 82.1% of those have a broadband internet subscription. While the state is geographically quite small, there are nine significant providers of telecommunications services and cable TV, including Comcast, Charter and Cox Communications, each of which is a giant. Aerial lifts that are built for telecommunications fleets must be able to hold equipment, tools and merchandise, while also providing technicians with the vertical reach they need to perform their tasks. Versalift van-mounted aerial lifts deliver the lightest weight vehicles with the greatest payload in their peer group, while providing a 29’ working height to ensure that technicians can reach their work.


Telecommunications and CATV providers in Connecticut



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With a population of 3.5 million people, Connecticut is located North and East of New York City and Southeast of Boston. Located on the Long Island Sound, Connecticut was one of the original thirteen colonies of the United States and has a long and rich maritime history. It is the third smallest state in the country and has the 29th largest population, making it the fourth most dense state to live in. Home to Yale University, the city of New Haven is the state capital of Connecticut. Bridgeport is the most populous city in the state. Hartford is another population center in Connecticut, which features the highest per capita income of any state. Connecticut has a strong service economy, and is home to several banking, finance and insurance giants, military contractors and manufacturing.

Notes on Aerial Lift Safety from the United States Department of Labor

Connecticut Aerial Lift Safety

Connecticut Aerial Lift Safety is highly visible due to population density and the number of roads in the state. All safety codes are strictly enforced throughout the state, and are written to be in alignment with the United States Department of Labor’s OSHA regulations on Aerial Lift Safety.

Aerial Lifts and their Applications for Forestry in Connecticut

Aerial lifts that are purposed to support forestry and tree care initiatives in Connecticut vary widely in how they are used, and where they are deployed. It’s a surprising fact that sixty percent of Connecticut is forested, and that the majority of Connecticut’s forests are owned privately. Private land, public spaces, urban forests and suburban parks require the occasional use of vehicle-mounted aerial lifts. Tasks include removing trees, pruning trees, various treatments to protect from invasive species and fire mitigation. Telecommunications and electric power distribution companies also regularly use vehicle-mounted aerial lifts for vegetation management applications.

Aerial lifts for Bridge Inspection in Connecticut

Bridge inspection equipment in Connecticut is utilized by a group of companies and contractors who perform the tasks of reviewing and reporting on the condition of all of Connecticut’s publicly accessible bridges. Responsibility for reporting on the state’s more than 4,200 bridges rests upon the Connecticut State Department of Transportation’s Bridge Safety and Evaluation Department. Most state DOTs do not manage their own bridge inspection equipment, and Connecticut is no exception. It is outsourced engineering companies and bridge management specialists who actually do the majority of bridge inspection work. Learn about North America’s leader in bridge inspection equipment at