Pair of Potain self-erecting cranes build villas on Lake Geneva
Two Potain self-erecting cranes are in the final stages of completing a residential development in Neuvecelle, France, a commune on the bank of Lake Geneva.
Sannicolo, the crane owner and contractor for the project, is using a Hup 40-30 to construct three villas and an Igo 42 to build one large villa that features a 36-m concrete spire. Based in Champagne, Sannicolo owns a total of four Potain self-erecting cranes.
“The Potain Hup 40-30 and Igo 42 were chosen for this project due to their superior lifting capacities and ease of transportation to the job site,” said Philippe Sannicolo, the owner of the company.
The development is due for completion in December 2019.