Golden Bay High School
Golden Bay Scaffold Ltd were engaged to scaffold the Golden Bay High School’s gymnasium for re-painting purposes.
Golden Bay Builders scaffolding
Working on behalf of the main contractor Golden Bay Builders, 680 square metres of Layher Allround Scaffolding was used.
Working safely at height
Only 65 man hours over three days were required to scaffold this Takaka project where working safely at height was paramount.
The contractor was very happy with the setup and commented that “It looked great”.
Thanks to Golden Bay Scaffold Ltd for the use of this photo.
Golden Bay region
Golden Bay is a shallow, paraboloid shaped bay in New Zealand, near the northern tip of the South Island. An arm of the Tasman Sea, the bay lies northwest of Tasman Bay and Cook Strait. It is protected in the north by Farewell Spit, a 26 km long arm of fine golden sand which is the country’s longest sandspit.
The Aorere and Takaka Rivers flow into the bay from the south. It is located in the Tasman Region, one of the territorial authorities of New Zealand and known for being a popular tourist destination, because of its good weather and relaxed, friendly lifestyle. Its beaches like Tata Beach are popular locations for retirees and holiday-homes.
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