Two L-shaped twin mast climbing work platforms were used to build the concrete water tank at the world’s tallest wind mill. A unique mast climber solution was designed for the construction work of the world’s tallest wind turbine tower near Stuttgart, Germany.
The Roman Catholic Cathedral in Cologne is one of the most visited landmarks in Germany with an average of 20,000 visitors a day. This six-hundred-year-old cathedral was built over a period of 300 years. Restoration work on it continues to this day; an everlasting project with an annual restoration budget of 10 million euros.
Funke Medienhäuser built a new headquarters and office buildings in the very center of Essen. Three Scanclimber Triple Hoists handled the vertical logistics of personnel and materials during construction.
A special indoor solution for the vertical transportation of personnel was used in the construction of the Niittyhuippu building in Espoo, Finland. A construction hoist was installed within the small footprint of an elevator shaft.
The Lekki Ikoyi Link Bridge was the first suspended cable stayed bridge built in Nigeria. The bridge was built to link the rapidly developing Lekki area with Ikoyi in the city of Lagos. Scanclimber’s wega hoist SC2032-65 played a key role in the construction of the bridge tower.
Kåfjord Bridge is a recently built cable-stayed bridge on Kåfjord, connecting the villages in the Alta municipality in Finnmark County, Norway. The bridge connects with the E6 motorway and it extends up to 9.3 km. The bridge has a single, large tower from which cables support the bridge deck.  
Scanclimber Oy is successfully serving in the construction of cooling towers for Belarus’ first nuclear power plant at Ostrovets, Grodno region. The project includes two 170 m cooling towers. Once completed, it will hold the record for construction hoists at such height ever installed in Belarus.
Roche tower becomes 2nd largest tower in Switzerland with expected opening in second half of 2015 as Scanclimber® SC3232 successfully addresses the challenges faced during the construction process of uniquely designed structure of the building.
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