Articulating Boom Lift maker JLG has selected the maintenance crew of Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana, California, as a winner of its “Crews Across America” sweepstakes.
The maintenance crew for Kaiser Permanente’s Fontana, California, location is among the 24 winners to be recognized this year. The crew had an opportunity to learn more about the history of JLG and access equipment, and JLG officials received a tour of the campus to see where and how its equipment is being used.
“We are thrilled JLG selected our deserving maintenance crew for this honor,” said Paul Clements, lead engineer for facility services, Kaiser Permanente. “As one of the largest health systems in the country, we feel our crew is committed to the highest standards of building and grounds maintenance.”
The 40-plus-member crew maintains the sprawling 490,000 square-foot hospital and campus grounds. The team owns an E300AJ articulating boom lift and a 20MVL driveable vertical mast lift. During the event, the crew also received demonstrations of JLG equipment, including the EcoLift non-powered low-level access lifts, and was able to test-drive the machine.
“Crews Across America” was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of JLG and the workers behind the company’s equipment.
Nominations for “Crews Across America” can be entered online at www.choosejlg.com. The site features details for entry and includes a “Crew Tracker” map to follow where crews are being recognized across the United States.