Port of Miami Crane Management Port of Miami Crane Management Port of Miami

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Currently, Crane Management operates from its Maintenance Facility located on the eastern-most end of Lummus Island of the Port of Miami, next to Biscayne Bay Pilot station.

Our highly qualified staff of professionals and technical personnel has numerous years of experience on ship-to-shore gantry crane design, fabrication, management, maintenance and operations.

PMCM Personnel 
Office Main No.: (305) 381-6250, 6263, 6255, 8832 + extension
Office hours are M-F 7:00am to 3:30pm
Shop hours are M-F 6:00 am to 3:00pm
Dispatch Office is operational during ship work hours

Ed Bello Chief Executive Officer     (c) 786-295-3183 x-206
Keisha Hodge Executive Assistant x-203
Elba Mateo Operations Manager x-205
Nelson Ferrer Crane Project Engineer     (c) 786-232-5549 x-204
Bing Lin Crane Electrical Engineer  (c) 786-251-9353 x-202
Tom Opfar Maintenance Foreman       (c) 786-295-0335 x-207
Albert Averhoff Maintenance Foreman       (c) 786-295-2657 x-213
Waldo Tapanes Maintenance Foreman x-214
Crane Ops Dispatch Mechanics Trailer x-215

 
Administrative Support – Seaport Personnel
Main No.: (305) 347-4800 (office hours are M-F 8:00am to 5:00pm)

Juan Lopez Controller 305-960-5432
Gyselle Pino  Chief of Procurement 305-347-4808
Andrew Warburton Assistant Controller 305-960-5432
Elvis Brazil Safety and Security 305-347-4804
Patricia Thomas Risk Management 305-960-5440
Terrence Kelsey Purchasing 305-381-6250, x-210
Leticia Smith  Procurement 305-347-5506
David Fung-On Accounting 305-347-4822
David Faluade Crane Contract Administrator/AP 305-347-4817
Rose Timmons Human Resources 305-347-4800
Michelle Thames IT Support 305-347-4800

  • Crane Status

    All Port Miami cranes are operational; Cranes 8-9-10 on Wharves 1 and 2, Cranes 16-15-14-13-11-12-7 on Wharves 2, 3, 4 & 5 and Cranes 6-5-4 on Wharf 6. The Wharf Strengthening work is complete and operations are back to normal. Final Acceptance of the 4 new cranes was achieved in June 2014.

    NEXT MAJOR CRANE WORK will be the refurbishment of the hydraulic system for the anti-snag and the main hoist emergency brakes on cranes 11-12. This work will be scheduled to be performed within the next few months. Simultaneously other work will be performed to capitalize on the works needed.

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