From restoration to site demolition, the ability to contain working activity within a defined area offers major benefits, both on site and for the adjacent environment. From simplicity of installation to ease of use, it is vital that the specialist trades at the heart of this sector gain access exactly as and when needed. The particular requirements of the refurbishment sector places emphasis on key design characteristics of Layher access scaffold, temporary roofing systems and Protect panel design.
- System choices meet the precise needs of historic building renovation – from churches to listed buildings and national monuments. Protect panels can be supplied with a choice of dimensions and with additional fittings, such as security doors.
- In-built strength reflects the loadings often associated with the storage of stonework and brickwork supplies on scaffold decks.
- Scaffold designs link directly to Layher Protect systems, to provide both containment and secure lockable access.The Protect system provides an ideal barrier against dust and, where required, sound – minimizing environmental impact outside construction area.
- Speed and ease of installation can be a major benefit for project scheduling. Can be installed to meet a wide variety of uneven and sloping ground conditions.
- Transport and storage needs addressed by equipment design and enhanced by minimum component requirement. Choice of accessories position both the workforce and materials at the exact point where needed.
- Wide bay scaffold design, with minimal bracing, optimizes access onto the scaffold structure and minimizes the number of standards and thus tie-in– of particular note, for example, for stone restoration projects and window replacement.