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The team has made big savings in time and money by being able to use a tower crane to erect the international departure lounge extension. 'That has been a real win,' says Taylor Woodrow project manager David Pyle. 'Traditionally we use telescopic mobiles which we have to get in and out every night when the planes are not taking off. But we found a tower crane that air traffic control was happy for us to use - a 91.8m high cat-headless or flat top crane from Liebherr which is 200mm inside ...

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