Marsia Daniels is an Indigenous Australian woman from the York/Northam area of Western Australia. Together with husband Scott, Marsia is passionate about providing opportunities for Aboriginal people to improve their social and economic wellbeing.
An experienced and skilled office manager, Marsia is primarily responsible for Big Sky Cranes’ administrative functions. Professional, friendly and efficient, she quickly earns the trust and confidence of Big Sky Cranes’ clients.
Scott is a certified crane operator who has been successfully planning and delivering heavy lifts in the mining and resources industry for over two decades.
Scott’s extensive experience includes working for Monadelphous & Joyce Cranes on the Karratha LNG Gas Plant, where he supervised all aspects of risk assessments, safe work method statements, integrated safe systems of work permits and lift studies. Scott has also operated the offshore tower crane in the Cambridge Gulf for Kimberley Metals Group, and worked for Kimberly Industries/Joyce Cranes on Cape Lambert.
Now a Director and the lead crane operator for Big Sky Cranes, Scott draws on his wealth of experience to successfully manage the company’s operations and maintenance.
He is skilled in operating a variety of cranes, from the 20T Franna to the 400T Liebherr, as well as the Tadano and Grove All Terrain and Rough Terrain cranes, the 35T Humma and the Sumitomo 275T and 90T Crawler.
Scott’s certificates and qualifications include: