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Scaffolding the Clearway

Scaffolding the Clearway by Clearway Scaffolding
Scaffolding the Clearway by Clearway Scaffolding

Scaffolding the Clearway

In the shadows of Mount Taranaki Clearway Scaffolding built a 57m long scaffold for ShedBoss. Clearway constructed Layher Allround Scaffolding around the new build to provide safe access and roof edge protection for contractors to install cladding and gutters.

Clearway edge protection

Adam Northcott, Managing Director of Clearway Scaffolding said “we were able to bring the Layher Allround Scaffolding further off the building with internal hand rails. Furthermore we were able to easily install and dismantle the roof edge protection from the hop-up (console) bracket which was a considerable advantage to the contractors installing the iron cladding and gutter.”

Allround Scaffolding

Adam continued “Installing the cladding off of the Layher Allround Scaffolding rather than using a scissor lift cut down labour by almost half, and the extra room made damaging the sheets against the scaffold less likely.”

The contractors were delighted with the excellent access Clearway Scaffolding had provided on this 4 week job.

Thank you to Adam Northcott, Clearway Scaffolding and Waterford Press for the use of this photo.


  • Contact

    Adam Northcott

    Company

    Clearway Scaffolding

    Location

    Taranaki, New Zealand

    Website

    www.clearwayscaffolding.com

  • Components

    Layher Allround Scaffolding

    Details

    To easily install and dismantle the roof edge protection from the hop-up (console) bracket was a considerable advantage to the contractors

    Comments

    Installing the cladding off of the Layher Allround Scaffolding rather than using a scissor lift cut down labour by almost half
    Adam Northcott, Clearway Scaffolding



Clearway Scaffolding using Layher Allround Scaffolding on a construction project in Taranaki
Clearway Scaffolding using Layher Allround Scaffolding on a construction project in Taranaki


Taranaki region

Taranaki is on the west coast of the North Island, surrounding the volcanic peak of Mount Taranaki. The region covers an area of 7258 km2. Mount Taranaki (or Mount Egmont), the second highest mountain in the North Island, is the dominant geographical feature of the region. A Māori legend says that Taranaki previously lived with the Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu mountains of the central North Island but fled to its current location after a battle with Tongariro. A near-perfect cone, it last erupted in the mid-18th century. The mountain and its immediate surrounds form Egmont National Park.


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