Igo MA21 used to build high school

18 April 2008

A self erecting tower crane was instrumental in the construction of the new Elkton High School in Elkton, MD. Delaware-based Joseph Rizzo and Sons Construction used the Potain Igo MA21 to position bundles of concrete blocks and other materials at the jobsite.

Several areas at the site were inaccessible to rough terrain fork trucks and other lifting equipment, so the Potain Igo MA21 earned its keep lifting materials across and over the building, and lowering loads to inaccessible areas. Rizzo rented the Igo MA21 from Shawmut Equipment.

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