This was a busy week for the Mantis Crane service team and it started on Sunday night with the erection of a City Tower Crane on a Hire Project in Dublin.  

This project will see the development of a new Hotel at Liffey Street Upper.  The hotel will be 8 stories high and will include 310 rooms.  The hire period for the project is set to be around 64 weeks.  

City Tower Crane on a Hire Project in Dublin


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A Saez TL 55 was the City Tower Crane used for this development.  It was configured with a tower height of 45.75m and a jib length of 35m.  The maximum lifting capacity for the crane is 5,000kg and 2,650kg at the end of the jib.  The Tower Crane was fitted to a Fixing Angle Base.  

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