Upright Access Keder Roof
Upright Access used Layher Keder Roof elements, Layher Aluminium Beams and SpeedyScaf to build a full temporary roof for a building that required asbestos materials removed and waterproofing completed.
The job was completed during winter months which proved challenging and took 3 men 8 days with the roof sections craned into place.
As there was asbestos involved shrink wrapping was used and this took over a month to install due to the winter conditions.
Mick Curran said the client was happy with the result and were able to complete their works in a weatherproof environment.
Thanks to Mick Curran of Upright Access for the use of these photos.
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