Tower Crane in Glasgow

Recently Mantis Cranes worked with a client to insert a Linden Comansa 11LC90 City Tower Crane in Glasgow on a care home construction project.

After an early start, the delivery vehicles arrived on site before 8am. The crane will be on site for a minimum of 26 weeks.

The City Tower Crane was inserted with a jib length of 45m and a tower height of 24m, allowing a max lift of just over 1.8 tonnes at a jib length of 45m. Our engineers conducted an induction with the on site crane operator and everything was ready to go.


 Why Choose Mantis Cranes?

  • At Mantis we provide a customer focused, consultative led approach throughout the entire crane hire process
  • At Mantis we endeavor to achieve and adhere to the very highest safety credentials
  • Mantis has received ISO Accreditations for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, BS-OHSAS 18001

Linden Comansa City Tower Crane in Glasgow Features

  • The maximum height under hook is 35m
  • The maximum jib length is 50m
  • The maximum lift is 4000kg
  • For more see our specifications page by clicking here


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