Empire Crane’s Tadano Mantis at Work on Bruins Training Facility

The crane has a 111 ft. 6 in. (34 m) main boom, making it an ideal choice for foundation work and its pick and carry ability.

📅   Wed May 20, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Empire Crane rented the Tadano Mantis 15010 to AmQuip who has been working on this project with S&F Concrete.
Empire Crane rented the Tadano Mantis 15010 to AmQuip who has been working on this project with S&F Concrete.

Empire Crane Company’s 2015 Tadano Mantis 15010 is currently working on the site of the new Boston Bruins training facility, Warrior Ice Arena. Empire Crane rented the Tadano Mantis 15010 to AmQuip who has been working on this project with S&F Concrete.

Jack Good of AmQuip rented the new Tadano Mantis 15010 for its flexibility on site. The crane has a 111 ft. 6 in. (34 m) main boom, making it an ideal choice for foundation work and its pick and carry ability.

The Warrior Ice Arena’s 75,000 sq. ft. (6,968 sq m) arena broke ground in December 2014 and is set to open in September of 2016.