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First Potain MCT 275 cranes in Georgia build prestigious Central Park Towers project

  • The two topless Potain cranes are helping to transform the largest district in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi with the creation of a new multifunctional hotel hub - Central Park Towers
  • Capacities of up to 2.3 t at the jib end make the cranes perfect for work on this high-rise development. 

The first two Potain MCT 275 topless tower cranes in Georgia have been sold to real estate developer Orbi Group Tbilisi . The company, together with partner Blog Group, is building the Central Park Towers project, a major high-rise development that will create a new landmark in downtown Tbilisi . The cranes arrived on the jobsite in early 2023 and will remain on site until the end of 2024. 
“We selected the two Potain cranes because of their topless design that provides greater slewing clearance, easier assembly, and excellent lifting performance,” said Giorgi Abramishvili, stakeholder representative at Orbi Group. “We particularly appreciate the benefits of the high tip load that covers all our lifting needs, while the speedy setup is another bonus.”

The cranes delivered to Georgia are MCT 275 K10 cranes, which have a maximum capacity of 10 t. They offer jib length configurations from 30 m up to an impressive 70 m, in increments of 5 m. At its 70 m jib end, the MCT 275 K 10 can lift 2.3 t, making it one of the best-in-class performers for long-distance lifting. The cranes can reach an impressive maximum height under hook of 220 m. 

Covering a total building area of 140,000 m2, Central Park Towers consists of four underground basement levels and two 42 story towers.  The project is expected to be completed in 2025. 


Elena Morozova
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