Mantis Cranes recently worked with Townlink  Construction to deliver two nursing home projects in Dublin.   The Altadore Nursing  home which is located  located in Glenageary and the Annabeg nursing home located in Ballybrack, Dublin.  The Mantis 35.10 proved to be perfect tool for both nursing home projects, offering a Jib Lenght of 35m, a maximium lift capacity of 4,000kg, and a height of 23.3m.

Over the years this  Self Erecting Mantis 35.10 has been one of the most popular  because of its versatility, adapting to many different sites with  ease.   

The image below illustrates how the Mantis 35.10 was positioned on site to achieve the maximum beneifts from the self erecting tower crane.  Note that the Mantis 35.10 offered a material handling solution which could reach all corners of the site.

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