crane gantry

gantry crane

A revolving crane, positioned atop a movable pedestal that travels along tracks; can reach a more extensive area of a construction site than a stationary crane of similar size.
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The plans also included the addition of an extra crane gantry area, providing customers with the ability to load their own containers or carry out pre-site assembly or other processes.
The company has been appointed to carry out work in Peterlee for Philadelphia Structures on the construction of new hard standings and foundations for a new overhead crane gantry. Other ancillary schemes include land stabilisation works, investigation and treatment of mine workings, project management, and appraisal work for a major proposed retail development in Co Durham.
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The door handles are huge plating rivets, there's a mini iron crane gantry behind the bar, and the candlesticks in the corners are formed from coils of tug chains.
Onlookers gasped in horror when the crane gantry burst into flames - fearing its base would collapse.