Mark Reagan, former Chairman of the US Construction Practice at Marsh, has recently joined Vita’s Construction Advisory Board. With 53 years of experience in construction risks and insurance, Mark is widely recognized as one of the leading construction insurance and surety executives in the nation. Mark started his career at Seaboard Surety Company and later worked for AIG, where he was responsible for developing worldwide surety and fidelity bonds. He has also served as Chairman and CEO of a major global broker’s construction practice. Mark is known for his innovative thinking and has been instrumental in developing new insurance products like Subguard and Crimeguard. Mark has made significant contributions to the insurance industry, which earned him a place in the 2017 edition of Insurance Business America's Hall of Fame report. Additionally, he was honored with the Golden Beaver Award in January 2018 for his service to the Heavy Construction Industry.
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Innovative lifting technology garners global orders to continue to fuel growth and expand industry presence.
PCL Construction and the Vita team recently visited a project site to observe the ongoing developments, talk to the crew, and capture the Vita Load Navigator in action.
The partnership drives enhancements in the speed, safety and efficiency of construction projects
Jun Hibbard, CEO of Smart Innovation, joins Vita Industrial's Construction Advisory Council to drive global growth in the Indo-Pacific region by implementing advanced autonomous lifting solutions, addressing challenges and ensuring faster, safer construction operations.
Jay Snyder, Founder of BBI, joins Vita Industrial's Construction Advisory Council to leverage his construction industry experience and expertise in technology.
Company offers free trials of Vita Load Navigator.
Vita Industrial and WOLFFKRAN Ltd will showcase the Vita Load Navigator (VLN) at Vertikal Days, demonstrating how it can increase safety, efficiency, precision, and profitability in lifting operations.
Chad Hollingsworth joins Vita Industrial’s Construction Advisory Council to help make the construction industry safer and more profitable.
Vita Industrial reflects on the tremendous growth and success achieved in 2022.
Vita Industrial looks ahead to a busy 2023 with big plans for continuing our expansion into various lifting industries.
Using the latest data modeling, leading experts agree that load stabilization technology will save billions of dollars annually by preventing accidents, saving time, and lowering insurance costs.
The five new hires bring a wealth of experience to Vita’s growing team from top-level companies such as SpaceX and Versatile to make 2023 their most productive year to date.
Vita’s load navigator technology exceeds expectations with its debut at bauma; by transcending language barriers to demonstrate its advantages.
IoT is changing the way the construction industry operates. Integrating real-time analytics into existing technology will save lives and money.
Load stabilization technology makes a splash at bauma 2022, promising new safety and operational breakthroughs with several models.
Vita Inclinata announces a qualified training program for North American riggers and crane operators under its Vita Industrial Training Academy. This world-class training program will provide students with guidance on the best techniques for rigging operations, and the use of their flagship product, the Vita Load Navigator.
Scott Wilson brings immense value with his expertise in the crane industry and business connections to Vita Inclinata's Industrial Advisory Board.
Casey brings decades of new business development, team management, and sales operations experience.
Vita’s recent partnership with NIT Alaska has led to the opening of a dedicated training space for its Industrial and aerospace customers.
Vita is offering a range of courses to the construction industry, including certified training in the safe, effective use of the Vita Load Navigator.
Vita announces a Strategic Business Combination with NIT Alaska, furthering its mission of becoming a leading provider of technology, servicing, and training for the lifting industry.
Great Lakes Lifting specializes in lifting technology that improves the work for both operators and crane companies.
Company’s First Innovation: Vita ARIES (Aerial Rapid Insertion/Extraction System)
Vita Industrial is set to participate in its first ever bauma event, and will be holding live demonstrations of its Vita Load Navigator.
Load Stabilization Tech is proving to seriously reduce risk.
Derek Sikora, co-founder and CTO of Vita Inclinata, explains why the Vita Load Navigator offers lifting companies a safer and more efficient system than taglines.
Representative Adriano Espaillat (NY-13) recently sent a letter to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration urging the consideration of crane and derrick safety standard modernization.
Creative Lifting Services (CLS) completed a trial with Vita Industrial to test the Load Navigator, seeking ways to increase efficiency and safety in a crowded city center with multiple obstacles on the job site.
Trident Construction Is An Exclusive Reseller In New York, New Jersey, And Connecticut
New York-Based Construction Company Cites Operational Efficiency (Precise Drop Placement) and Improved Safety (Man Out of the Pick & Drop Zone) As Compelling Reasons to Buy
This Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is a generational opportunity to invest in America at a level not seen since the years directly following World War Two.
Swinging load injuries are an ongoing issue as outlined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Training Institute, Construction Focus Four: Being Struck by Hazards.
Navigating the transition from military service to a career path in the private sector can be a daunting challenge for many, but service members do not have to face the transition alone. For the past two years Vita has taken part in the DoD’s SkillBridge program to help ensure that military veterans can successfully make the transition.
Change is Coming.
Vita Industrial and M. A. Mortenson Company (Mortenson) conducted a case study to evaluate the potential value load navigation technology can bring to the wind turbine industry. This technology holds the promise of overcoming dangers and setbacks associated with wind turbine installations, maintenance, and repower projects.
What is an API?
The Vita Load Navigator assists with the most burdensome parts of complex lifts by securely holding a load in position when it leaves the ground.