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Potain IGO50 on Hire Project in Dublin

Potain IGO50 on Hire Project in Dublin

In October we paced a Potain IGO50 on a Hire Project in Dublin at the Morehampton Lane in Ranelagh. The project is a private residential development. Our Potain Self Erecting Crane was placed on site on towards the beginning of October and will be working on the project for a minimum of six months. The Potain IGO50 has a jib length of 40m and provides a height under hook of 23.2m. It can provide a maximum lift of 1,000kg at the end of the jib and 4,000kg closer to the tower. To find out more about hiring a Self Erecting Crane or Tower Crane for you project contact us today so our Sales Teams can discuss the options available to you. Potain IGO50 on Hire Project in […]

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Mantis 35.10+ for Crane Hire in Monaghan

Mantis 35.10+ for Crane Hire in Monaghan

This week we supplied a Mantis 35.10+ for crane hire in Monaghan. The Mantis 35.10+ is the newest crane off the production line from our plant in Donegal. It is an update of our popular Mantis model 35.10. The Self Erecting Crane, which has a 35m jib, has already been working on many projects and a number of been purchased by clients around the world. The particular Mantis 35.10+ will be on site for a Crane Hire period of at least 25 weeks on a traditional construction project. Mantis 35.10+ for Crane Hire in Monaghan                 Crane Hire Ireland Projects Mantis Cranes Supplies First Crane Operator Elevator in Ireland Self Erecting Crane at Killeavy Castle Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane in […]

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Mantis TC25 at Curragh Racecourse

Mantis TC25 at Curragh Racecourse

We have a Mantis TC25 at Curragh Racecourse currently working on a construction project. The Curragh Racecourse is one of the most famous horse racing venues in the world. It is currently undergoing a major redevelopment project which will bring the facilities on offer on a par with anything else in the world. Among the inclusions on the new project are a new museum, weigh room and parade ring – along with the development of a new grand stand. The Curragh hosts all of the Irish Classics including the Guineas, Irish Derby, Darley Irish Oaks and the Longines Irish Champions Weekend. Mantis TC25 at Curragh Racecourse The Mantis TC25 Self Erecting Crane is the smallest Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane on our hire fleet. It is excellent […]

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Crane in Ranelagh

Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane in Ranelagh

We’ve had a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane in Ranelagh on a hire contract with one of our partners for some time. The project is a residential development in the heart of one of Dublin’s busiest neighborhoods. This consists of the construction of four dwellings with a total of five car parking spaces. One of the residential units will be a three-storey five-bedroom over basement house. Ranelagh is one of the areas in Dublin that is most sought after by prospective buyers and renters. The Pedestrian Operated Crane, a Potain HDT80, is ideal for a project in a busy area like this as it can be maneuvered on site with ease and provides a jib length of 40m with a maximum lift of 6,000kg at the tower and […]

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Self Erecting Crane at Maynooth University

Self Erecting Crane at Maynooth University

At the beginning of August we placed a Self Erecting Crane at Maynooth University for an initial hire period of three months. The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane is a Mantis 35.10, manufactured at our plant in Co, Donegal. It can provide a maximum capacity lift of 1,000kg to 34m. This, by far, the most popular crane on our hire fleet in Ireland. Our client is using the Mantis 35.10 on a restoration project at St Mary’s House on the Maynooth University campus. Self Erecting Crane at Maynooth University Images Mantis Cranes Projects in Ireland Mantis 35.10 Tower Crane in Carrickmines Self Erecting Crane at Altnagelvin Hospital Mantis Cranes Working on Social Housing Project in Dublin Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Crane on hire in Derry Linden Comansa Tower […]

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