Skyline Public Access Stairway
Skyline Queenstown has embarked on a multi-million dollar project to expand the iconic Queenstown Gondola. The project involves installing a new 10 seat gondola, a new base terminal building and a major expansion of the restaurant complex.
Temporary public access stairway
Brazier Scaffolding undertook the challenge to provide a large temporary public access stairway and multiple walkways connecting the base of its iconic luge to the restaurant complex and construction site.
Good old southern ingenuity
Glen Brazier commented, “it’s always hard to make a straight walkway scaffold bend in two directions”, which really sums up the complexity of this job. Glen continued “the rocky terrain proved challenging, but with some design assistance from the Layher team, and some good old southern ingenuity we found a solution.”
Thanks to Glen Brazier for the use of these photos.
Layher Scaffolding Excellence Awards 2019
Congratulations to Glen Brazier and the team at Brazier Scaffolding, for Skyline Queenstown Public Access Stairway – in recognition of their inclusion in the Layher International Calendar 2019.
Learn more about Layher Scaffolding Excellence Awards
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