Iron Stone Bridge
This picture-perfect suspended scaffold erected by Brazier Scaffolding was required for maintenance works on a cycle trail bridge. Using Layher’s Allround modular scaffolding system and Layher’s Aluminium Beams, Brazier Scaffolding built this 38m long suspended scaffold.
Up an down within a month
Glen Brazier commented, “the entire scaffold was up and down within a month. The main challenge for us was that the bridge needed to remain available to cyclists throughout the project. Nothing that the boys couldn’t handle, just some innovation from a cartage point of view.”
Allow access for workers
A Layher aluminium platform stair tower (3.07m x 1.4m) was also installed by Brazier’s to allow access for workers from the ground to the suspended working platforms, thus keeping the top of the bridge unimpeded for cyclists.
Thanks to Glen Brazier of Brazier Scaffolding for the use of this photo.
the entire scaffold was up and down within a month. The main challenge for us was that the bridge needed to remain available to cyclists throughout the project
Glen Brazier, Brazier Scaffolding
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