Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Tower Crane in Bournemouth

One of our Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Cranes is in Bournemouth on a Care Home construction project.

The project is the construction of the Addington Care Home at Poole Lane in Bournemouth. It includes a three-storey Care Home comprising 78 bedrooms, treatment rooms, gymnasium, lounge, dining room, kitchen, cafe, beauty salon, library, craft room, cinema, parking and landscaping works.

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The Potain IGO50 Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane is especially popular, and suitable, for Care Home Construction projects. With a 40m jib, on this project it provides a maximum capacity of 4,000kg (1,000kg at the jib end) and a Height under Hook of 23.2m.

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