Rooftop bar for Hall’s Crane

By Laura Hatton18 December 2014

For the project, the Unic URW 706 was lifted onto the roof of the building

For the project, the Unic URW 706 was lifted onto the roof of the building

Crane service provider Hall’s Crane chose a Unic URW 706 mini crawler crane to erect a rooftop bar in Adelaide, Australia.

The Unic URW 706 was lifted onto the roof of the building using a 350 tonne capacity Liebherr wheeled mobile telescopic crane. The 6 tonne capacity URW 706 could then lift the steel into place for the bar.

The main contractors for the project were Cook Building & Development and Woods Constructional Engineers. The project started in June and was finished in December 2014.

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