Potain HDT80 on Primary Care Centre

We currently have a Potain HDT80 Self Erecting Tower Crane completing a 16-week hire in Claremorris, Co Mayo. The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane was erected on site in July and is due to be on the project until the end of the year. The SETC features a jib length of 45m and provides a maximum lift of 1,250kg at the jib end.

Potain HDT80 on Primary Care CentreThe development is Primary Care Centre, one of 14 currently under construction across Ireland. In all 80 care centres are due for construction under the current Programme for Government.

Self Erecting Tower Cranes are particulary suited to projects like this due the increased levels of safety, efficiency and cost effectiveness that they offer. Additionally they are environmentally friendly, limit noise pollution and allow the crane operator to deliver the load directly to the point of work with little disruption to other work being completed on the site.

To find out more about hiring a Potain HDT80 Self Erecting Tower Crane, or another Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane, contact us today at +353 (0) 74 914 9981 or email us at info@mantiscranes.ie.

Share This Article, Choose Your Platform!

continue reading

Related Posts

  • 3.9 min read

    In 1999 when Mantis Cranes introduced the first self erecting crane to the Irish market, the Ma-sol 18 06 had a maximum lifting capacity of 1,500 kg. Fast forward to 2024 and the self erectors in the Mantis Cranes range now lift loads up to 6 T, with tower cranes lifting up to 24 T. Advancements in crane capabilities in response to changing customer requirements have resulted in a very different landscape for the crane hire industry.

  • 2.5 min read

    Adhering to deadlines is crucial on construction sites and crane downtime can lead to a myriad of problems for contractors. Cutting crane downtime is the key to achieving deadlines. Deadlines range from permit & regulatory deadlines, material delivery deadlines, subcontractor deadlines, and budgetary deadlines to the final project completion deadline. Minimising crane downtime is pivotal to the overall success of a construction project.

  • 2.4 min read

    When restoring historic buildings, care must be taken to preserve these buildings for future generations. Cranes play a crucial role in this process and provide the necessary means of material handling, access, precision, and safety required to carry out restorations without causing additional damage. Over the years, Mantis Cranes have been involved in a number of iconic projects in some recognisable places that involved considerable planning not just to put the crane in place but also for the daily management of materials handling.