Independent temporary roof scaffolding design and erection
Creation of a waterproof work area for contractors
What we did
A challenging project requiring us to use an existing elevation of the property to support the temporary roof instead of the
more standard, independent scaffold option. This necessitated the use of "layher" beams, inserted after core drilling key
positions in the walls.
IBC water containers were also used to provide additional ground weight for the temporary structure, helping prevent any unwanted
movement or uplift.
Our goal was always to create an area in which ground workers could still operate heavy machinery during the winter months,
allowing the first phase of the building project to be completed on schedule, whatever the weather.
We were pleased to have completed the installation successfully, allowing the client to commence building work soon after.
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Project carried out on behalf of
Carnegie London Ltd