Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC)
Location: New York, New York (NY), United States of America
Partner: Greg Beeche Logistics
Number of units: 1 traversing telescopic roof car
The David H. Koch Center will serve as a model for 21st-century cancer care. Located on the Upper East Side of New York City, the facility is part of a complex that is jointly developed by Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) and The City University of New York (CUNY)/Hunter College. In total, this new building will comprise approx. 15.384.743 square meters (1,150,000 square feet). It is planned to have the center fully operational in 2019.
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1 x traversing telescopic roof car
Approx. lifting height of roof car: 140 meters (459 ft)
Telescopic jib with outreach of 35,8 meters (117 ft)
Telescopic base with a max. height of 6.2 meters (20,3 ft)
Glass-hook replacement unit with a max. load of 680 kg (1500 lbs)
Two interchangeable (telescopic) gondolas of 10.6 (34,7 ft) and 5.8 meters (19 ft)
Standard gondola with an SWL of 453 kg (1000 lbs)
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