In order to shorten the construction time, two additional tower cranes – a 200 EC-B 10 Litronic and 154 EC-H 6 Litronic - were brought into operation in late summer of 2011. These units offer hook heights of 32 and 38 m (105 and 125 ft.), respectively, and radii of 50 and 45 m (55 and 49 yds.).
All of the Liebherr cranes in action at Campus WU are designed for high handling capacity. Even the two cranes with 70 m (77 yd.) radii provide lifting capacities of up to 3,000 kg (3.31 tons).
Once the WU Campus is completed in fall of 2013, it will play host to more than 27,000 students and 1,500 staff members, making it the largest economic and business university in Europe. Check out this video taken from the site to learn more about the design concepts and logistics behind the project.