Layher Allround Playground
How do you keep students off the scaffold at a boys college during term? That was one of the challenges for Nayland Scaffold when Nelson Boys College needed to paint over 150 lineal metres of its North facing buildings.
Layher Allround proved highly suited for this job. The speed of build, facilitating the build in several stages plus the use of large straight runs made the job extremely efficient. Labour requirements were kept to a minimum and most importantly the boys were kept out with the protective features utilised.
Thanks to Jonny Benbow of Nayland Scaffold and Crane for use of this photo.
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