The success or failure of any scaffolding project has already been determined before the installation team arrive on site.
A scaffolders job is to complete the high-risk work so that other trades can complete their tasks safely and efficiently to ensure everyone goes home safely at the end of their shift. Just because the scaffolding work may be high risk, that doesn’t mean it can’t be done safely.
In years gone by the scaffolding contractor would simply load a truck full of equipment and deliver it to site. The installation team would arrive and just work out on site what needed to go where. At the end of the installation the scaffolding contractor would return to collect the left-over equipment.
Those days are long gone and if our scaffolding supplier is still building our projects in this way, then you are not getting the best possible outcome.
Our design and engineering team have used their decades of experience to develop this proven 5 step method to ensure every project is completed with the best possible opportunity for an excellent outcome.
Take a look at our scaffolding design and engineering work on one of our recent projects