Mantis 35.10 on a Residential Project in Finglas

In the last few weeks we placed a Mantis 35.10 on a Residential Project in Finglas for a tower crane hire period of, at least, 12 weeks.

The Self Erecting Tower Crane will be working with one of our clients on a ‘rapid build’ social housing project at Rathvilly Park in Finglas

The Mantis 35.10 is our flagship crane and is consistently the most popular hire crane on our tower  crane hire fleet.With a 35m jib It can provide a height under hook of 21.7m. The maximum capacity at the tower and out as far as 12.05m is 4,000kg. At the end of the jib a maxium lift of 1,000kg is possible. 

Mantis 35.10 on a Residential Project in Finglas

Mantis 35.10 on a Residential Project in Finglas


The project is one of a number of ‘rapid-build’ social housing projects that Finglas County Council awarded during 2017. It incorporates the building of 13 housing units.

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