JE Dunn Construction is using a Linden-Comansa 21 LC 400 tower crane to restore the historic Kansas Statehouse in Topeka. The crane is working at a height of almost 104m (340ft). JE Dunn is managing the $36m Kansas Statehouse exterior masonry restoration project in the capital, Topeka. The four year enterprise has the challenge of creating good material hoisting access to all sides of the drum supporting the statehouse’s domed roof. The Capitol’s cruciform floor plan, the presence of other structures of the complex around the building, a strenuous schedule and the expense of multiple crawler cranes also proved challenging for the firm. A 21 LC 400 tower crane has been erected with a height under hook of 103.8m (340ft), and a jib length of 80m (262ft), ensuring operators are able to access everywhere in the jobsite, and to move the jib over the statue topping the dome, a Native American archer from the Kansa tribe, which reaches 93m (304ft) high.