Tower Crane on a Care Home project in Preston

Mantis Cranes recently installed a Tower Crane on a Care Home project in Preston.

The Care Home will include 74 beds, a lounge, nurse station, sensory garden, hair dresser, toilets, drug room, reception, offices, library, dining room, store, meeting room, laundry room and associated landscaping. The works will be completed by July 2019. 

Tower Crane on a Care Home project in Preston

Tower Crane on a Care Home project in Preston

Our team of Project Managers and Surveyors worked with our customer to find the most suitable Tower Crane for the job. In the end the Tower Crane of choice for this particular development was a Comansa 11LC90 which was was configured with a 45 metre jib at 23.6 metres high. A maximum lift of 5,000kgs is required.

The land where construction is currently taking place was originally owned by Preston Grasshoppers Rugby Football Club.

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