Huge crane checks in at Kempsey’s hospital

July 9th, 2018

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THE $80 million Kempsey Hospital redevelopment has reached a new milestone with the erection of one of the biggest cranes ever seen in the Macleay.

New landmark: this 34m-tall crane will be a fixture at the Kempsey District Hospital redevelopment project until early next year. Picture by Todd Connaughton.

Installation of the on-site tower crane began on Wednesday and took 24 hours to complete.

It is an electric hammerhead crane that is operated by a crane operator sitting in a cabin at the top of the structure.

The crane will sit above the height of the new building and will be used to lift materials such as formwork, scaffolding, plasterboard, steelwork and also equipment needed for the construction of the new building.

The crane has a 60m long boom and it reaches 34m above the ground.

It can lift a load of four tonnes at the furthest point on the boom.

The crane will be a fixture on the site until early next year.

The Kempsey District Redevelopment began in December 2013 and it is scheduled for completion in late 2016.

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