P.W. Walsh & Co. is one of Wisconsin’s oldest machinery moving and rigging companies. For more than a century, our company has been serving a variety of industries, from manufacturing to distribution and many more.
Original mover Patrick W. Walsh founded our company in 1915 and today, his great-great-grandsons draw on their vast experience to manage a high-quality workforce. P.W. Walsh & Co. is the tool you need to get your job done right the first time. Big and small, Wisconsin’s industries rely on P.W. Walsh & Co.’s expertise to fulfill all their needs!
P.W. Walsh & Co. is committed to conducting its business operations in a manner that sustains the environment and protects the health and safety of its employees, clients and the public. Safety is a priority on every project, along with quality control and adherence to all specifications and budgetary goals. Our OSHA-trained and experienced crews are capable of handling all types of demanding and technical projects. We employ NCCCO-certified riggers and signalpersons who take great pride in their work, success and commitment to safety.
I appreciate the service and professionalism of P.W. Walsh. Justin and Brian did a great job assisting G&L installing the boring bar in our Port Washington facility. The G&L installers had nothing but excellent comments on how knowledgeable and diligently they worked on the project. Coming under budget and under the scheduled time was also another huge relief on our end in these tough economic times. I was very pleased on how everything worked out since our company hasn't used P.W. Walsh for rigging assistance before.
My company produces the Wisconsin Manufacturing & Machine Tool Expo, a biennial trade show held a Wisconsin State Fair Park. P.W. Walsh, our official machinery mover since 1989, has played an integral role in helping us to produce one of the most successful machine tool shows in the nation. Many of our 300-plus exhibitors utilize Walsh's services between shows, so they endorse P.W. Walsh without hesitation, confident that Walsh knows their machines and how to handle them.