Fishy, fishy, fishy, fish – Wahoo’s, Swings, Overhead Protection System & Canopy Extravaganza

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy

I love it when a client takes something that might not really belong at their location and makes it their own.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy

That’s just what the good people at Wahoo’s on Chestnut Street did. Life gave them tilapia and they turned it into tuna.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy

Look at how they added their own decorative touches.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

Now, this wasn’t a walk in the park for our “King of Swing”, Bob Sarkisian, either. Watts Restoration was doing a total revamp of the exterior of building at 3180 Chestnut St. and needed a way to keep the pedestrians and the customers at the outdoor dining area safe while they worked high above on the many suspended scaffold rigs.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

A 200 foot long canopy down the sidewalk did the trick for the pedestrian traffic.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

That was built using system scaffold with steel and aluminum beams, overhead lighting and debris panels.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

The real challenge was the outdoor dining area. This required something out of the ordinary. Bob sat down with Watts and the restaurant owner, ate his taco, looked around… and then devised a system scaffold roughly 50’ X 50’ and 14’ high that would cover the entire dining area.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

The challenge was how cover the entire area and allow customers to eat outside during the restoration process. He used trusses, system scaffold, steel beams and the longest aluminum beams we had – and voilà.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

The most creative part came in the form of tying the scaffold down so it could withstand high winds. To do that, he used giant cement weight blocks (or dead man) and then boxed them in with scaffold and then put netting around them so customers wouldn’t even notice. Take a closer look at this photo.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

And then the client put giant banners on the guardrail at the top to give it their own touch.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

Mighty creative solutions on both accounts if I do say so myself.

Swings, suspended scaffold, scaffolding, overhead protection system, canopy, wahoos

When you need scaffold, scaffolding, swings, access, fish tacos, McAndrews, or creative solutions call “The King of Swing”, Bob Sarkisian today and he will take care of you. Visit www.superiorscaffold.com for more info.

It’s only fitting that our musical selection today takes your some place tropical. Enjoy.

And I just couldn’t resist throwing this in as a bonus video.

 

 

 

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