Lin­den Co­mansa tower cranes at Real Betis sta­dium

NBM&CW - - CRANES - Dhe ^pan­ish foot­ball team is com­pleƟng the edž­pan­sion of the en­ito sil­la­marin sta­dium with the sup­port of three >in­den omansa cranes model Ϯϭ> ϮϵϬ from rental com­pany leva 'rƷas dorre

Real Betis Balom­pié , a foot­ball (soc­cer) club from the Span­ish First Divi­sion (L a iga), is close to fin­ish­ing the re­con­struc­tion works of its home ground, in the city of Seville. t is ex­pected that the con­struc­tion of the Gol Sur (South goal or South end), the last stands of the Ben­ito il­la­marí n sta­dium, will end next Ju ne, right be­fore the start­ing of the 17-2 18 sea­son.

The works, which started dur­ing the sum­mer of 16 with the de­mo­li­tion of the pre­vi­ous old stands, are be­ing car­ried out through the IootEall sea­son with­out af­fect­ing the com­pet­i­tive cal­en­dar of Real Betis, that has played all home games at the Ben­ito il­la­marí n. For the con­struc­tion of the new struc­ture, which will in­crease the sta­dium’ s ca­pac­ity to

,0 seats, three 18 -ton­ner in­den Co­mansa 1L C2 90 tower cranes were erected in ctober 16 , hired by gen­eral con­trac­tor He­liopol from rental com­pany El­eva Grú as Torre.

The stands un­der con­struc­tion have a nearby street right be­hind them which Iorced the traႈc to close dur­ing two days and to speed up the assem­bly times. Fur­ther­more, due to the re­duced space between the new stands and the street, one of the cranes was erected on a 4.5 me­tre cross base in­stead of the me­tre base, which is more com­mon in this model.

Since then, the three 1L C2 90 cranes work with a 4-me­tre-long ra­dius, mainly lift­ing spe­cial form­work and pre­cast con­crete pieces of up to 7.0 ki­los in weight. To avoid in­ter­fer­ences between the cranes, the one lo­cated in between has a height un­der hook of .3 me­tres while the ones in the sides are work­ing at a height of 42 .6 me­tres.

When the project ends, the new stands will have three heights or lev­els along with the rest of the venue and will not be in­de­pen­dent any­more. Thus, the Ben­ito il­la­marí n will give from the out­side the im­pres­sion of a com­pact sta­dium and will have ca­pac­ity for ,0 sup­port­ers of Real Betis.

7his is not the first time that /in­den Co­mansa cranes are work­ing at the green and white team’ s coliseum, which opened in 192 9. n the pre­vi­ous ex­pan­sion of the sta­dium, car­ried out between 1998 and , con­trac­tor Dra­ga­dos in­stalled three in­den Co­mansa tower cranes that helped to com­plete the Fondo stands, right in front of the Main stands, and the Gol orte (N orth end), op­po­site to the ones that are aEout to Ee fin­ished.

Rental com­pany El­eva Grú as Torre is a ref­er­ence in Seville and the An­dalu­sian re­gion, and owns a Àeet oI more than 70 /in­den Co­mansa tower cranes. Since start­ing op­er­a­tions al­most 12 years ago, El­eva has par­tic­i­pated in pres­ti­gious projects such as the con­struc­tion of the Melonares Dam and the Pal­mas Al­tas cam­pus (head­quar­ters of multi­na­tional Aben­goa) both in Seville, the Cadiz bay bridge or the re­fur­bish­ing of the San Telmo palace, seat of the pres­i­dency of the An­dalu­sian Au­ton­o­mous Govern­ment.

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The new stands at the sta­dium of Real Betis are be­ing built with the sup­port of three in­den Co­mansa tower cranes, model 1L C2 90 .

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