26 Mar SCAFFOLD HOARDING – NEWCASTLE NSW
Australian Scaffolds recently installed a facade scaffold with Type A hoarding attached in Newcastle NSW for our valued client Infrastruction (NSW) Pty Ltd. The scaffold hoarding was attached to a facade scaffold and used to create a protected work zone.
The facade scaffold was 20m long x 10m high and included 2m high stairs, beige shade cloth to exterior and 2m high scaffold hoarding. The project was completed in 1 day. Using the scaffold wall casettes which attach to the scaffold decreases installation time by up to 80%. The scaffold hoarding system utilises lockable steel doors that simplifies site security.
Types of Hoarding – Definitions
Type A: Type A hoardings generally consist of a 2m high ply-sheet fence attached to a supporting timber or steel frame.
Type B: Type B hoardings are a more substantial structure that spans a footpath or roadway and affords overhead protection to the public.
Type C: Type “B” hoardings with overhead sheds or storage.
If scaffold is placed on public land, a council permit will be required.
Please contact Daniel Butlin on 1300 919 905 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Terry McDougall on 0447 007 881 for any further information or qualified friendly advice on Scaffold Hoardings.
You are most welcome to visit our branch and check out our range of scaffold equipment, suspended scaffold and edge protection displays.