We were awarded this project by a painting contractor to supply access to the Silo’s for them to strip the existing paint and re apply a new finish.
Due to the silo’s being close together our operatives had to design the scaffold during the installation to suit the access requirements
The project was delivered in good time and our operatives worked closely with Fuchs management and staff to ensure their daily operations were not hindered throughout the works.
An unsafe former mill in the town centre requiring a scaffold design input in order to ensure the stability of the building whilst demolition took place.
We installed a buttress to the rear with cantilever and the scaffold was then tied at the top floor level using 750mm Hex beams from the rear to the front, therefore pinning the building together to ensure stability.
Working closely with the demolition contractor the scaffold was dismantled progressively with the reduction of the building.
This was a challenging project due to its location and the complexity of the scaffold, we delivered the project within deadlines and satisfied the needs of the demolition contractor whilst ensuring the safety of the public throughout the during of works.
We were award the contract to install a large-scale scaffold access to an occupied block of flats for local authority housing association.
There were a significant number of obstacles to overcome during this project, the main one being providing adequate access for the roofing contractor to strip and dispose of existing roof materials and to safely and efficiently get the new roof materials onto the working lifts, The following items were designed into the project: -
14m free standing barrow run with rubbish chute to rear to allow safe disposal away from the public of the waste materials
A series of loading towers designed for use with tile bumper
14m beam section to gable end to allow neighbouring property access
6m beam section with protection fan to allow safe access to under passage to rear and retails units
System staircase installed to provide safe access for all operatives
Debris netting and brick guards to ensure no materials could fall from working area.
Supplied and installed temporary fencing to ensure no access to general public under the scaffold.
Bridge sections installed over front entrances to always ensure disabled access.
Due to the access and foot traffic our operatives were challenged on this project, the works were completed within deadlines and in an efficient and safe manner.
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