Self Erecting Crane at Maynooth University

At the beginning of August we placed a Self Erecting Crane at Maynooth University for an initial hire period of three months.

The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane is a Mantis 35.10, manufactured at our plant in Co, Donegal. It can provide a maximum capacity lift of 1,000kg to 34m. This, by far, the most popular crane on our hire fleet in Ireland.

Our client is using the Mantis 35.10 on a restoration project at St Mary’s House on the Maynooth University campus.

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