The Grainery on Dunedin’s Cumberland Street required scaffolding to assist a variety of trades including concrete cutters, plumbers, painters and glaziers. Scaffold For Less carried out the work for the client Atom Holdings. “The project went like clockwork” says Scaffold For Less owner Pete Maclean.
“We worked very closely with the owner who had planned to scaffold the entire building all at once, but we have managed to save him a lot of money by carrying out the work in six seamless stages”.
The building owner said that he had fantastic feedback from the trades people working on the Layher Allround Scaffold System, with some saying it was the best that they had ever worked on.
“There is a component for most situations, so in essence, almost all scaffolding installations can be achieved with this system” said Pete.
Thanks to Pete Maclean of Scaffold For Less for the use of these photos.
Provide access for a variety of trades including concrete cutters, plumbers, painters and glaziers
There is a component for most situations, so in essence, almost all scaffolding installations can be achieved with this system.
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