The Royal New Zealand Police College has recently undergone a series of building refurbishments with the help of Wellington Scaffolding. It is the central training institution for police officers in New Zealand and located at Papakowhai, about 2 km north of Porirua City.
Wellington Scaffolding’s Branch Leader, Nathan McKay said “one of the many structures we were asked to scaffold was the Barry Mason Building. Using Layher Allround Scaffolding, we erected a structure around all sides of the building which measured 18 metres by 55 metres, topping off at 25 metres.”
Effortless undercover access
Nathan continued “using Collins Cranes we quickly added the entire Keder Roof System in just one day. The Keder Roof System allowed us effortless access
by simply pulling back the sheets to temporarily open the roof for asbestos removal.”
High quality of work
To conclude, the client, NZ Police and PAE NZ, facilities management specialists, were very thankful for Wellington Scaffolding providing an industry leading level of service. “The high quality of work and minimal rework during the six-month long project has been fantastic”, said Nathan.
Thank you to Nathan McKay of Wellington Scaffolding for the use of these photos.
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