Malvern, PA - December 18, 2017: The Wallace Cranes Tri-Adjustable Gantry Crane lifted into place a 21’ 8” foot sculpture of basketball pioneer and acknowledged inventor of the jump shot, Kenny Sailors. Weighing under a ton, the statue was unveiled at the entrance to the newly renovated University of Wyoming’s Arena-Auditorium in Laramie, WY. The late Sailors, a UW alum, is a sports legend.
New Jersey sculptor Jay Warren created the portrait sculpture. It was transported and installed by Harry Gordon Studios of Lambertville, NJ.
“Our Tri-Adjustable Gantry crane was a perfect fit for the project. Our crane was not only able to lift this impressive sculpture, but also its portability allowed the crane to carry the sculpture on a long, windy path to get to the installation site,” said Sherry DeCarville, president of Wallace Cranes.
Wallace Cranes is headquartered in Malvern, PA. The first patent holder and manufacturer of the Tri-Adjustable Gantry Crane, they have been designing, building, and shipping cranes around the world for more than 60 years.