Comansa LC50-10 on Bingley Care Home Project

In mid-April we were on site in Bingley to place a Comansa LC50-10 City Tower Crane on a Care Home project.

For a project lasting roughly 40 weeks, the crane will offer a required height under hook of 30m with a 40m jib. The construction is a steel frame development.

Our team of engineers provided the necessary induction and safety tests, allowing the development to continue as planned with the material handling tasks facing them.

Comansa LC50-10 on Bingley Care Home Project Gallery

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