Lifting the future

of aerial access in North America

And now TGM is expanding our services in order to provide the future for commercial wind turbine sevices.

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I founded this company with the belief that I could increase employee safety while also improving efficiencies and quality. To this day, that has been the driving force for every move I have made in building and running TGM.
— Kevin Darby Co-Founder

TGM believes in the safety of our employees, customers, and job space above all.

Already the industry leader in high elevated work platforms, we have also pushed ourselves to be the industry leader in the highest level of safety. We promote, train, and continuously encourage safety first.

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Featured News Stories

TGM is crucial for Banks Industrial Group's Lakehurst project

Structural inspection work requiring access to 180' wooden arched ceilings within two massive World War II era hangars proved challenging to Arcadis US when safety and scheduling concerns arose. Banks Industrial Group had a solution that enabled work to finish ahead of schedule and below budget....

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TGM Wind Services Turns to Federal Signal for Wind Turbine Access Platforms

Bronto Skylift aerial access platforms enable faster, safer and less costly maintenance and inspection in North America.
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TGM Wind Services' Bronto S 230 XTD on Display at ICUEE | Powered Access

TGM executive Kevin Darby explained that his family’s company bought the S 230 XTD in order to expand its services into new market segments beyond the wind-power and electric utility industry, such as heavy construction, building inspection, and industrial maintenance. To that end, TGM plans to add two to three more S 230 XTD aerials to its fleet in the next two years....

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