As a leading company when it comes to temporary works solutions, we offer a huge range of services to both the UK demolition and construction industries. We aim to not only satisfy customer requirements with our work, but to conform to the set Health and Safety standards. This is particularly true when it comes to structural support within regeneration.
As perhaps the most commonly used apparatus in both temporary and regular construction, it should come as no surprise that we are well versed on the subject of scaffolding. When workers need to do their job, a way of gaining access to certain areas is often required. While it may seem like a simple topic at first glance, the truth is that there are various scaffolding options available, each with their own unique characteristics. As such, we need to be aware of the best one to use for particular situations.
During regeneration projects, elevation is often a requirement and in this instance, supported scaffolding is the best method. If more weight needs to be placed, then it is often the case that extra support is needed, something that’s also true if long scaffolding is necessary. Aside from being very safe and relatively cheap, this approach is quite flexible when it comes to use.
As the name implies, suspended scaffolding typically stretches downwards from a tall roof or construct. This is a strategy used when constructing a base is deemed too hard or futile. This form of scaffolding is easy to install and is ideal for those projects that only need one or two people working on a specific area.
At Denon Construction we have knowledge of all the various types of temporary works that are used as personal and structural support during regeneration projects. Every form has its own advantages and can contribute greatly to the success of the work. They are also essential for maximising safety and complying with health and safety requirements.
If there is anything you’d like to ask us, whether about different systems or the specific requirements of a project, feel free to get in touch.