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Overhead Site Office

Overhead Site Office by Scafit
Overhead Site Office by Scafit

Overhead Site Office

Arrow International asked Scafit to design a gantry to provide both public protection and a platform for their site sheds during the construction of the Te Aro Towers apartment complex in Taranaki Street, Wellington. The gantry solution also included a loading bay and site boundary.

Safety and loading

There were significant challenges with wind loadings as the gantry needed to be self supporting and could not be tied to the building structure until piling was complete. Andy Rich commented “the Scafit team delivered and Arrow International was impressed by the versatility, safety and loading capabilities of the Layher Allround system”.


Service pipes accommodated with scaffolding beneath overhead contruction site office
Service pipes accommodated with scaffolding beneath overhead contruction site office
Layher Allround Scaffolding and Layher SpeedyScaf used to provide safe street level public access
Layher Allround Scaffolding and Layher SpeedyScaf used to provide safe street level public access
Public access with construction site office above using Layher Scaffolding
Public access with construction site office above using Layher Scaffolding
Layher SpeedyScaf used on construction with site office over walkway
Layher SpeedyScaf used on construction with site office over walkway

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