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Mantis Cranes currently has a Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Sports Complex Project in Waltham Forest.

The crane is a Potain IGo50 Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane that is on site for a short term hire period. In its current configuration it comes with a 36m jib. This will provide a maximum lift of 1,300kg at the end of the jib and a height under hook of 23.2m. This is an extremely popular crane on our Tower Crane Hire Fleet. Click here to read more about our fleet.

Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Sports Complex Project Image

Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Sports Complex Project Image

 

 

The project is the Ive Farm Sports Complex. Planned works include the redevelopment of the site to provide a new sporting facility including two full-size 3G/4G outdoor sport pitches, a 60m sprint track and 4-court beach volleyball arena, informal seating, a new pavilion including changing rooms, multi-purpose room, reception, office and cafe, flood lighting facilities, car parking and associated public realm improvements.

Additionally external works include external paved finishes and ‘hoggin footpaths’ and soft landscaping including forming new overflow pond feature. 

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