Self Erecting Crane at Oxford College

Last week Mantis Cranes installed a Self Erecting Crane at Oxford College using a Gapo.

Our client has shared a professional video of the installation, see below, so you can see the ease with which a Gapo allows us to install a Self Erecting Tower Crane on site.

Mantis Cranes Hire | New College, Oxford | 24.01.17 Rhoda Pond Productions.

The Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Tower Crane will provide a height under hook of 21.4m and a maximum lifr of 1,530kg at the end of a 28.7m jib.

The project involves the construction of a new music practice room building at New College, Oxford. It will provide a rehearsal room, four practice rooms and two studios. Additionally there will be a new glass link building to connect the new building to Saville House.

Self Erecting Crane at Oxford College Gallery

Other Mantis Cranes Self Erecting Crane Projects

Why Should you use Mantis Cranes

  • We operate the youngest and largest fleet of Self Erecting Tower Cranes in The United Kingdom. We constantly update our fleet to ensure that our Cranes are always reliable.
  • We have over 20 years of experience in the rental market for Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes in The United Kingdom. We know the the market.
  • We manufacture cranes at our plant in Ireland. This gives us additional knowledge when it comes to providing you with the correct crane for your project.
  • We are fully complaint with all safety standards in The United Kindgom.



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