Tower Crane on a new Care Home development in Droitwich

The Mantis Cranes service team have had a busy few weeks and recently installed a Tower Crane on a new Care Home development in Droitwich. 

This particular Care Home development is a 70 bedroom facility comprising lounge, sitting room, dining room, nurse room, stores, changing rooms, laundry area, activity room, hair salon and staff room with associated access, landscaping and parking.

Tower Crane on a new Care Home development in Droitwich

Tower Crane on a new Care Home development in Droitwich

Saez TL55 City Tower Crane

Our team of surveyors and engineers worked with the customer to identify the right crane for this project. The crane that has been installed for this development is a Saez TL55 City Tower Crane. It has a max lifting capacity of 5,000kgs and we configured the crane with a 50m jib and 27.9m height under hook to suit the customers requirements. 

Mantis Cranes Tower Crane

Saez TL55 City Tower Crane

For any new enquiries please call us on 01388 748962 or email us at info@mantiscranes.co.uk

 

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