Scaffolding Blog

Manurewa High School Stage Scaffolding

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The scaffold was built on stage to mimic school bleechers and a basket ball court. The scaffold built from a system called 'all round', this is the most user-friendly system in the world! We also had to strengthen the stage due the volume of cast so we shore-loaded the stage with steel tube and clip scaffold.


 

Residential Construction - Mangere, Auckland

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This is a construction site in Robertson Road in Mangere South Auckland

This is a system scaffold made up from kwikstage and was used for access for cladding and window installation and also spouting and soffit installation.

At a later date we were asked for edge protection for the roof work to start this was built from steel tube and clip scaffold.


 

Drop Lift Scaffolding - Onehunga, Auckland

droplift-scaffoldThis scaffold is a drop lift also known as a hanger and industrial edge protection.

This scaffold was needed due to changes in height regulations and as the photograph shows it was there to replace  the illegal steel ladder in yellow due to the risk of fall over thetop of the guard rails attachments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Cantilevered Commercial Scaffold

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Fletchers Winstone Wallboards - Penrose, Auckland

This was a particularly technical scaffold  we were called out early hours of the morning to create a safe working platform to access a valve that had seized and stopped production The other problem was that we were not allowed to come from the ground up so we chose the other option to come from the top down We built a cantilevered drop lift scaffold out of kwikstage and tube and clip scaffold.


 

Scaffolding For Pakuranga Leaky Home

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Pakuranga east Auckland - The home called All Scaffolding after they found they had bought a dreaded leaky home.

After months of council toing and frowing we were eventually allowed to erect the shrink wrap scaffold. This was a mixture of kwikstage and tube and clip scaffold, with an aluminium truss spine beam forming the temporary roof to create the all weather covering.