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Become Part of the A&A Difference.

Established in 1990, A&A Machinery Moving, Inc. is a leading machinery moving and industrial rigging contractor, headquartered in Morrisville, Pennsylvania. As an industrial contractor, we provide our customers with a broad scope of services from turn-key machine moving and rigging services, to the buying and selling used industrial equipment, to warehousing and storage solutions.

What A&A Machinery offers is not just high-quality service to our customers, but innovative solutions. We excel in projects that present technical and logistical challenges. Our team pursues the best solutions and techniques to reach our customers’ end-goal. We provide our clients what we call: The A&A Difference.

Customer-focused, ability to managing relationships, passionate about work, and a strong sense of responsibility is something we look for in our candidates. Our team is comprised of hardworking, innovative and dedicated craft professionals and we welcome those of the reputation to join our growing team. Think you can provide value? Interested in joining A&A? Choose a career with A&A Machinery Moving. Become part of the A&A difference.

Please send your resume and paperwork to A&A.

Current Job Openings:

  • Project Manager & Estimator – Rigging/Machine Moving 
    • Estimate and manage rigging and/or machine moving projects
    • Tasked with job costing, general construction accounting and financial responsibility of projects
    • Project Scheduling – ability to use scheduling platforms such as MS Project for large projects
    • Proficient in reading, understanding and managing basic bid and construction documents including drawings, technical specifications and contract documents. P&ID’s and ISO’s a plus
    • Suitable knowledge including machine assembly, erection, layout, leveling and alignments

  • Project Manager & Estimator – Millwright/Mechanical 
    • Estimator/Project Manager combination role responsible for securing and performing millwright, mechanical and rigging projects from inception through completion.
    • Responsibilities include estimating, participating in negotiations, pre-construction, planning, risk management and overall project performance from financial and safety performance, scheduling, risk management, procurement, subcontractor management to project closeout.
    • Manage all client and stakeholder relationships.

  • CDL Driver & Rigging Foreman 
    • Drive legal and specialized loads (OS/OW) using flats, drops, tilt-beds and other specialized trailers
    • Assist with moving large, heavy objects into position, or control movements of machinery or equipment through narrow openings, confined or elevated spaces, or along routes that present technical or logistical challenges
    • Develop knowledge and proper application of rigging tools, equipment and devices on job site
    • Visually signal or verbally direct others engaged in hoisting or moving loads for safe movement
    • Perform or assist in match-marking, dismantling, erecting, assembling or relocating machinery and equipment

  • Rigging Foreman 
    • Move or rig large, industrial machinery and equipment using specialized equipment and techniques.
    • Perform millwright and mechanical tasks required to install, assemble, disassemble or relocate machinery and equipment.
    • Possess Class A CDL and drive tractor/trailer combinations preferred, but not required.
    • Ability to select proper equipment such as slings, shackles, tools, equipment and devices based on calculations of weights, tensions and loads and basic weight and center-of-gravity estimates.
    • Familiarity with hydraulic gantries, sliding systems, and jack-and-crib operations a plus.

  • Journeyman Industrial Electrician 
    • Perform electrical installation, maintenance, and repairs of machinery and industrial equipment.
    • Perform all match-marking, disconnects, and reconnects.
    • Utilize standard electrical testing equipment.
    • Cross-craft position; trained as a rigging foreman.

  • Heavy Equipment Mechanic 
    • Responsible for servicing, maintaining and repairing fleet of equipment including tractors, trailers, trucks, lift trucks, and other specialized lifting, rigging, and transportation equipment.
    • Perform preventive maintenance (PM’s) on fleet units including routine technical repairs and completing repair orders.
    • Service, maintain, diagnose and repair hydraulic systems.
    • Cross-craft position; trained as a rigging foreman.

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