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Case studies | 17 October 2020

How high do you need to go?

Providing more detailed site plans at the quoting stage can save significant costs. In this example, knowing the buildings were different heights and had sloping tops meant smaller tower cranes could be deployed along with associated base and power savings – and less time winded off as the higher the crane the more often it will be winded off.

Often, jobs are only quoted on the basis of paperwork that simply includes overall heights and weights, and nothing else. As much information as possible, along with drawings, helps identify the best lifting solution which could save time and money.

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