Mantis 35.10 Plus Supplied to a Major Irish Construction Company

Mantis Cranes have made delivery of a Mantis 35.10 Plus to a leading Irish construction company.

The Mantis 35.10 Plus (click here to read more) is the newest Self Erecting Crane to be manufactured at our plant in Co Donegal. An updated version of the Mantis 35.10, it can provide 200kg additional capacity at the end of the 35m jib (1,200kg) and a height under hook of 22m, as opposed to the 21.7m provided by the Mantis 35.10. The maximum capacity is 4,000kg from the tower to 14.08m.

Mantis 35.10 Plus Supplied to Major Irish Construction Company

Mantis 35.10+ Supplied to a Major Irish Construction Company

This model has already proved extremely popular on our Tower Crane Hire Fleet across Ireland and the United Kingdom. Our client is a leading national construction company that works on contracts as high as €30m in the public and private sectors.

Our Crane Engineering team delivered the Mantis 35.10 Plus straight to work on its first project in Drumcondra, Dublin. This is a residential project which will include of the demolition of the existing Martanna House and the construction of new apartments in a two-storey building complex. When the project is complete it will see the addition of eight apartment units to the Grace Park area of Drumcondra.

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