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Letter of Recommendation

February, 2014

The Permit Company,

On behalf of the entire Transportation Team we wanted to say thank you for helping us deliver the AEHF Payload from Redondo Beach to Sunnyvale last week. Your team jumped into action at the first call and didn’t let up until we had safely delivered to destination. You have been there with us on previous deliveries and this trip was no exception. From permit issuance to wire lifters to route narrative throughout the entire journey your execution was spot on.

Patrick,
Your entire route narrative was so good that the CHP simply stopped reading the print outs we had given them. The whole convoy would move in the direction you had called out. Nicely done.

Nancy,
Thanks so much for the above and beyond work you did with regard to permits. You are awesome.

Chris,
Your route, along with detailed pictures, were outstanding.

Bob,
You have a fantastic team here, and it was really nice to see you again as well. Continued success.


Thanks,
Casey Callender

Transportation Planner, Logistics
Northrop Grumman Corporation



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International Space Station

Boeing Companies

Truss Sections

25’H x 22’W x 80’L 104,000 lbs

 

The Boeing Companies contracted with The Permit Company to coordinate the routing, permitting, traffic control and escort vehicles for the movement of six truss sections. The cargo was valued at 500 million dollars. Twelve months of planning were required to clear the overhead obstructions on the ten-mile route from Boeing Huntington Beach to Los Alamitos Airforce Base. The project required the cooperation of six government agencies, fifteen communication companies with overhead cables, the closure of two freeway off-ramps and the temporary removal of a signal arm. The Permit Company provided the traffic control, escorts and permits. All work was done in house without the aid of independent contractors.

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ATLAS V LAUNCH PAD

Lockheed Martin Space Systems

Sunbelt Cranes, Construction & Hauling Inc

14’2”H x 19’6”W x 291’L

483,000 lbs, 29 axles with Pusher Truck

A 400-ton fixed launch platform structure for Lockheed Martin’s new Atlas V launch pad was transported over-the-road in four separate sections from Florida to California.  The largest section was transported on a 29-axle rig that was nearly 300 feet long.  Actual driving route was 3,300 miles requiring permits for Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, central Texas, southern New Mexico, Arizona, and southern California.  Delivery of the launch platform structure is a key milestone in establishing Atlas V launch capability at the West Coast launch site starting in 2005.  Permits and routing by THE PERMIT COMPANY.

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Antenna Tracking System

Lockheed Martin

15’1”H x 11’4”W x 70’L

80,000 lbs

Lockheed Martin calls The Permit Company when they want to move a load without the help of an outside transporter.  This $27 million dollar cargo was moved from Sunnyvale, California to Cape Canaveral, Florida.  A full route survey was conducted with one of our company owned and operated pilotcars equipped with an electronic high pole.  The move required sixteen permits and two escorts. All work was done in house without the aid of independent contractors.

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Air Force One

Operation Homeward Bound

The wings measured 92’ long and 35’ wide were moved by stretch flatbed trailers. The 153’ long fuselage was towed on a specialty axle in the front and customized dollies in the rear. The tractor had 20,000 pounds of counterweight. The dollies and front axle had hydraulic rams built on to raise and lower the fuselage. Permitted and escorted by THE PERMIT COMPANY.

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