IRVINE, Calif., April 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Construction has officially begun on NASA's colonization project on planet Mars.
Today, BigRentz, the world's largest online construction equipment rental network, confirmed the first successful delivery of construction equipment that will bring the ground-breaking project to life. BigRentz CEO, Dallas Imbimbo, says included in the lineup were two foldable rough terrain scissor lifts and a 45ft. boom lift that were custom-engineered to fit in the payload of SpaceX.
According to Imbimbo, "the full line up of equipment will be transported over a series of three trips." The Irvine-based technology company partnered with the NASA-sponsored Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) and SpaceX to make the equipment rental possible.
After years of intricate design and planning, the project is underway ahead of schedule. In NASA's robust three-step plan to bring humans to Mars released in October of 2015, the organization outlined the details of the colonization project expected to complete in 2030. With help of BigRentz technology, the heavy equipment rental was delivered safely to the planet.
"We are ecstatic to be part of this pioneering moment in history," Imbimbo commented. The company's mantra, 'Rent anywhere. Any size. Anytime,' has literally reached a level out of this world.
BigRentz is the leader in online equipment rentals. The company offers both short- and long-term packages, and is the "One Call Does it All" source for scissor lifts, boom lifts, forklifts, backhoes, fencing, jobsite services, and other equipment to meet the needs of small or multi-location businesses, home construction, general contractors, stadiums, and municipal projects.
For more information about BigRentz or to speak with a Rental Expert, call (855)-999-LIFT (5438), or visit: www.bigrentz.com.
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