Q Park, Leeds
SAY Scaffolding were awarded the contract to design and erect a cantilevered support independent scaffold, from the 8th floor of a busy city centre multi story car park. All this took place with out any disruption to either Q Park or the restaurant situated on the ground floor.
Leeds General Infirmary
SAY Scaffolding were awarded the contract to erect an independent scaffold at the front elevation of the main entrance. This project was carried out taking into account the respect and privacy of both hospital patients and visitors during both the erection and dismantling processes.
Grange Court, Leeds
SAY Scaffolding were awarded the contract to erect an independent scaffold around a large block of flats using the layher system, this project allowed for redecoration works around the full perimeter.
Ridings Shopping Centre, Wakefield
A contract was awarded to SAY Scaffolding to supply birdcage scaffolds bridged across the internal areas of the shopping centre, to allow access for redecoration of the ceilings and bulkheads. All works carried out by SAY Scaffolding were carried out over several nights for a 14 week period, and were delivered 2 weeks ahead of program.
Rossett & Underwood House, Bradford
SAY Scaffolding were awarded the contract to erect an independent access scaffold around the perimeter of each block, in accordance with our engineer's design. This was to facilitate works to the roof, installation of external insulation & cladding and replacement of existing windows. Also provided was a 2ton passenger & goods hoist.
Nunburnholme Avenue, Hull
The works comprised of the erection of Layher System scaffolds to both abutments on the existing bridge, followed by the erection of a temporary service bridge to allow access for Balfour Beatty over the railway line and the redirection of services whilst the existing road bridge was resurfaced. The temporary bridge was constructed on the existing road bridge using RMD Kwik form sections and tube & fitting scaffold, before being lifted into place with two cranes in a tandem lift, organized by us. This project required out of hours working and specialist Health & Safety Training to allow our employees to work along side railway lines.
Accrington Railway Station
These works required an engineer’s design in order to conform to the requirements of Network Rail’s “Form C”. The scaffold was designed to still allow trains to pass underneath and be freestanding, so not to put any weight on the footbridge. This involved the use of 500 No. 1.5m steel scaffold tubes as kentledge and a foundation design that incorporated railway sleepers to spread this weight on the platform.
The scaffold allowed access for Strategic to carry out refurbishment of the bridge. This project required a line closure and out of hours working, along with specialist Health & Safety Training to allow our employees to work alongside railway lines.