Our clients often approach us with a problem that requires us to think “outside the box” of conventional scaffolding.
Many years’ experience of in scaffold design combined with the wide range of equipment at our disposal, ensures we always provide a practical and cost effect solution.
A dropper platform was required for works to the bridge whilst maintaining pedestrian access as this was the only road into the village. The scaffold was fully ply lined then environ- wrapped to protect the watercourse.
Our client required a 30m long x 2.5m wide platform that could not touch the floor. We designed a platform slung from the structured steels, erected from MEWPs and completed with the two-day weekend time slot allowed.
We erected three lifting rigs capable of lifting 250kg beams up four floors (12m), enabling our client to improve the speed of delivery of the project through effective distribution of materials.
The Midland Auto club required this temporary HAKI shelter over their stage for the Shelsley Walsh event. By utilising the HAKI system scaffold we managed to erect it in just two days and dismantled in one.