Mantis Cranes is proud to be featured in the recent supplement ‘Building Britain’ in The Irish Post newspaper.
The article features an interview with Clem Bradfield, a crane driver who is currently working on a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane on hire from Mantis Cranes. Clem has been working on the crane, a Saez TL55 , recently but that is just a small portion of the 47 years that he has spent operating cranes – possibly the most time ever spent in a crane cab in the UK.
For The Irish Post Interview click here: The Irish Post – Building Britain 2017
Mantis Cranes Tower Crane Hire Projects
- Tower Crane Hire at Eton College Windsor
- Tower Cranes in Ormskirk
- Tower Crane at Alton Towers Hotel
- Tower Crane in Kent
- FM Gru 1035 Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane being erected at Islington
- Saez TL55 Tower Crane in Warrington
- Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes on a School Building project near Wembley
- Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane on a Nursing Home Site in Newton Aycliffe
- TL65 City Tower Cranes on Residential Site in Southampton
Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes FAQ
- Can the Self Erecting Tower Cranes be lifted into position using a Mobile Crane if there is not adequate access to tow the crane onto site?
- Is there any danger of the operator overloading the Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane?
- Can Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes be erected and dismantled easily on site?
- What type of base is required to erect the Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes?
- What power supply is required to run the Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes?
Mantis Cranes Support Articles
- Crane Hire Best Practice Guides
- Why You Should Choose A Self Erecting Tower Crane
- Getting your Site Ready for a Self Erecting Tower Crane
- What is a Self Erecting Tower Crane?
- How will a Self Erecting Tower Crane improve Site Safety?