Waggoner Equipment Rental, LLC

For 30 years, our goal has been to help our customers reach new heights. We restore the past and build the future, observing safe lifting practices on the ground and in the air. We aim to make our customers look good, and always represent them in the highest fashion.

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Mon. – Thurs.: 7 am – 4 pm
Fri.: – 7 am – 3:30 pm


Mon. – Fri.: 7 am – 3:30 pm

Our Services

24 Hour On-Site Job Evaluation

Local Hauling with Delivery & Set-Up

Certified Rentals, Operators and Rigging

Our team of 🏗️ operators were awarded the “Crew of the Week” title for this month by a contractor recognition committee at a Midwest Refinery and we couldn’t be more proud!!! 🤩👏 Congratulations Team!!! 🥳

📸 Listed left to right: Quinten Henry, Joe Sardigal, Craig Suedmeyer, Aaron Whitworth, Ron Cairns, Polina Caldwell, Denny Moran, Jordan Hug, Kyle Sardigal, Kevin Price, Ken Netemeyer, Jake Rucker, Brad Klaustermeier, Christian Forrest, Wade Stults, Jeff Huels, Justin Kellerman, Victor Spurgeon, Mitch Rakers, and Corey Silvues (Not Pictured: Harold Keller).

📍 Midwest Refinery

Waggoner Equipment offers Carry Decks and Rough Terrian Cranes ranging from 2 ½ – 160 TON for operated or bare rental. We also rent out Forklifts and Skidsteers. Crane Rigging is available upon request. We also offer Local Hauling with delivery and set-up on all equipment. Call (618) 254-2464 for a free estimate.

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Waggoner receives the Small Business of the Month Award for March 2022 from the Riverbend Growth Association.

Pictured Left to Right: Brandon Yates, James Garrett, William Dickerson, Corey Silveus, Wade Stults, Terri Casagrande, Brittany Talley, and Alana Yount

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A confident Alana Yates Yount leads Waggoner Equipment Rental with acumen and heart.

D.Ann Shiffler reports in American Cranes & Transport October 2020

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Safety Rating

Experience Modification Rating or EMR is used to price workers’ compensation insurance premiums. In construction, insurance companies use an organization’s EMR to gauge the past cost of injuries and future chances of risk. The lower the EMR the better. An EMR of 1.0 is considered the industry average.

Waggoner’s EMR is currently at .74.

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