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Curved scaffolding facade

Curved scaffolding facade by Alpahsafe
Curved scaffolding facade by Alpahsafe

Cantilevered Above Scaffolding

Alphasafe took on an interesting challenge with this project: provide a free-standing, full scaffolding wrap to a height of 18m around a building with a curved face – no ties permitted.

The rosette on their Layher Allround Scaffolding system was designed to cater for curved structures, and the strength of their Layher Allround braces allowed for 6.5m between buttresses. Furthermore, the light weight of the Layher equipment avoided the requirement for back-propping under the ground-level concrete slab.

Ryan Ashby, Managing Director of Alphasafe, commented “Our client was impressed with our design, and delighted by our ability to achieve a build time of 9 days for this scaffolding project.”

Thank you to Alphasafe for the use of these photographs.

Alphasafe built a free-standing curved scaffolding facade using Layher Allorund Scaffolding
Alphasafe built a free-standing curved scaffolding facade using Layher Allorund Scaffolding

  • Contact

    Ryan Ashby

    Company

    Alphasafe

    Location

    International

    Website

    www.alphasafe.com.au

  • Components

    Layher Allround Scaffolding

    Details

    free-standing, no ties permitted

    Comments

    Our client was impressed with our design, and delighted by our ability to achieve a build time of 9 days for this scaffolding project.
    Ryan Ashby, Alphasafe


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