Porsche museum lift

18 March 2008

Three top-slewing tower cranes have been set to work on the construction of the new Porsche museum in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany.

The Liebherr 140 EC-H 6 Litronic, 550 EC-H 20 Litronic and 256 HC work at radii from 55 to 71.5 m and under-hook heights of 33.4 to 72.2 m.

The new Porsche museum for the worldfamous sports and racing car manufacturer and engineering design company, comprises two large building sections. The bottom half houses a two-storey underground car park and foyer, while an exhibition area is contained in the second section. With about 5,600m2 of exhibition space, the second, upper section has space for 80 “priceless” museum vehicles and a further 200 exhibits from Porsche's history.

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