Black & Amber development Dublin

Done and Dusted, The Black & Amber development is getting into its finishing stages, our Comansa 5010 Tower Crane on 30m height + 35m jib & lifting capacity 4,000kg @ 18.5m – 1,900kg @ 35m, The crane was dismantled this week. The hire period for this project was 30 weeks.

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Comansa 5010 Tower Crane The Black & Amber development in Dublin

This 6 Storey Development will complete the Kennedy Wilson scheme in Clancy Quay offering 20 new high-specification Studio Apartments, with additional retail space to the South Circular Road, Dublin.

City Life. Village Living

Situated on the historic site of Clancy Barracks on the southern banks of the River Liffey, this luxury apartment community brings you a unique combination of fully furnished designer living with an unmatched range of exclusive amenities, with an on-site management suite plus concierge service.

Clancy Quay offers you all the attractions of city life and all the benefits of village lifestyle – including the most important of all: peace of mind.

Set in the relaxed village ambience of Islandbridge, Clancy Quay has got it all. For a start there’s proximity to the M50 motorway. A fast, direct 3km commute straight to the city centre. A fantastic range of local shops and amenities. And of course you’ve got an abundance of culture, leisure attractions right on your doorstep, including Phoenix Park, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Kilmainham Gaol, the National Memorial Gardens and Dublin Zoo.

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