Self Erecting Tower Crane in Carrickfergus

Last month we placed a Self Erecting Tower Crane in Carrickfergus on a residential construction development.

The development consists of 14 residential apartments arranged within two apartment blocks. Also in the project are provisions for parking and ancillary spaces included in the overall scheme. The estimated cost for the project is just below €2m.

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Self Erecting Tower Crane in Carrickfergus

The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane that we provided is a Mantis 35.10, our flagship Self Erecting Crane that was manufactured at our plant in Co. Donegal. This crane is configured with a 21.7m jib that can provide a maximum lift of 1,000kg at the end of that jib. The maximum capacity is 4,000kg from the Tower out as far as 13m on the jib.

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