Mercury rising

September 2012
International Cranes & Specialized Transport;Sep2012, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p39
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the role of tower cranes in the construction of Mercury City tower (MCT), tallest building in Europe. It mentions that the tower consists of apartments, shops and restaurants. It mentions that Engeocom, construction company was responsible for the piles. It mentions that cables and equipments were used to install the aluminium cladding to the building.


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