Apr 24, 2021 | Job Report




Liebherr 710 HC-L 32/64 Litronic
Liebherr 630 EC-H 20/40 Litronic


Montreal, Quebec, Canada
The Montreal Tower, one of Canada’s most recognizable buildings, is undergoing an extensive renovation that will secure its place in Montreal, Quebec as an important destination for years to come. Construction contractor Pomerleau entrusted Morrow to deploy the new Liebherr 710 HC-L on this highly visible project where safety concerns and controlling cost overruns was of primary importance. The luffing boom crane will be utilized for the addition of office space, a refurbished observatory and state-of-the-art lighting as part of a $40 million overall investment in the building. Morrow’s local Montreal District sales and support staff partnered with Pomerleau to deliver a product to match the specific requirements of the project.
The 710 HC-L model tower crane is the ideal machine to carry out this upgrade for the world’s largest inclined structure. With up to 141,100 Ibs (64,000 kg) maximum load and hoist line speeds up to 577 fpm (176 m/min) the 710 HC-L out performs all other tower cranes in it’s class. Extended custom struts were used to safely secure the 630 EC-H hammerhead tower crane to the building. Due to the access of the connections, personnel access walk ways were included on the strut design. On the 40th anniversary of the 1976 Olympic Games this landmark structure’s full potential will be revealed to visitors and new tenants. With the right equipment for the job, Morrow delivered when Pomerleau needed a partner it could trust.