Joint project between a world wide property brand Bridgewest Group and Lumolink one of the digital advertising panel’s heavy weights.
The clients wanted to refurb the front of the building face to install a pair of 9m x 3m digital advertising panels.
The tenants day to day operations couldn’t be disrupted and we needed to account for public and tenants health and safety onsite.
Our structure couldn’t leave damage to the building when we removed the scaffold at the end of the project.
We designed a curved scaffold to mirror the existing wall face. It was built with the intention of standing out visually when cars and pedestrians used Hobson Street.
The scaffold structure was free standing with no connections to the building face. It was built in 5 stages due to the size of the louvres.
We built the scaffold during early hours of the day to minimise interfacing with the public and the lack of logistical space.
Every level required full ply board platforms to prevent any objects striking the public.
We constructed a scaffold which enabled the building and businesses to continue to operate with minimal interruption.
This was a great project to design and execute. Scaffolding is normally identified with square objects, but in this case, we were able to create a structure that curved the face in such a way that it made our clients take note and respect our craftsmanship.
The key for me was to understand the project and understand the steps involved to ensure that we created a scaffold which suited this project. Not every job is the same and this is a great example of that.
When you choose us, you get a team that works together day-in, day-out. From planning to logistics to assembling your scaffolding, everything is well co-ordinated.
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