Museum Hotel Refurb Access
Wellington Scaffolding Services were contracted to provide scaffolding access for a $12 million refurbishment of Wellington’s Museum Hotel. Nathan McKay, Wellington Scaffolding Services said, “we used Layher Allround Scaffolding for its speed and strength.
Hotel Scaffold Access
The engineers at Layher were a great help and assisted us with the design and loadings of the all-in-one stair access, rubbish chute and loading platform scaffold.”
The client felt the project ran smoothly and Wellington Scaffolding Services were very efficient during the deadline driven refurbishments.
Thank you to Nathan McKay of Wellington Scaffolding Services for the use of these photos.
The engineers at Layher were a great help and assisted us with the design and loadings of the all-in-one stair access, rubbish chute and loading platform scaffold.
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