Our Saez TL55 working away on site, The Saez TL 55 City Tower Crane was configured with a jib length of 40m and a tower height of 40m.  Its maximum lifting capacity is 5,000kg at 20.2m and 2,250kg at the end of the jib.  The Tower Crane was fixed to a 1.7m Fixing Angle Base.  

Our client is running the project themselves which will see the development of the 310 Bedroom build for the First Motel One in Ireland, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin. Time-lapse  video from Glenbeigh Construction Limited

Check out our crane hire services, ask about our skills, capabilities, maintenance, and performance with an excellent safety record while also been compliant with ISO 9001, BS OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001.

For more information on crane hire generally or a quote on any of our fleet don’t hesitate to get in touch with us by info@mantiscranes.ie | Call: +353 (0)74 91 49981

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