Tower Crane working on Portrush Apartment Buildings

Our Tower Crane Service team were beside the seaside last week, erecting a Tower Crane working on a Portrush Apartment Building.

This is a Linden Comansa LC-5211 Tower Crane that will be on site for almost one year for a Crane Hire project. The development involves the construction of a residential apartment block.

Tower Crane working on Portrush Apartment Buildings

This particular Linden Comansa LC-5211 has been configured with a 30m jib and a 23.6m Tower height. It can provide a maximum lift of 5,000kg.

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