When a project requires the lifting and moving of heavy materials on both paved surfaces and rough or uneven ground, a rough-terrain crane is an excellent solution.
They are more compact than most other types of off-road cranes so they can get into tighter spaces. Outriggers provide stability for lifting operations and, by using a hydraulic boom and hoist; rough-terrain cranes are able to lift heavy loads to exceptional heights.
Rough-terrain cranes have the ability to pick up their load and carry it with them. One of the reasons the rough-terrain crane is considered so versatile is because the cab is used for both driving and operating the crane, this contributes to its compact feature, while remaining powerful.