Archived Projects

The Dorchester

18th & Walnut, Philadelphia, PA Heavy-duty mast climber.

Parc Rittenhouse

Sullivan Construction needed to add three floors to the top of the Parc Rittenhouse building in downtown Philadelphia and knew of Superior’s experience with high exposure cantilever scaffolds. We had succesfully completed a 10th floor cantilever system around three sides of Philadelphia’s historic Victory Building. Utilizing shoring towers inside and aluminum beams jutting out the…

Children’s Hospital

When L.F. Driscoll asked us to design a 90′ high, totally enclosed negative pressure wrapped, systems scaffold tower for the front of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, we said “No problem”. Then they told us the scaffolding had to be completely free standing (to allow the installation of a continuous glass panel system)! So Superior’s engineers…

Comcast Center

When asked to provide ceiling access for the enormous atrium in the newly built Comcast Tower, Superior’s Bob Sarkisian thought of a better solution; Design and erect 6 high capacity suspended scaffold platforms, each strong enough to carry up to 3500 lbs. – a far less costly solution than a supported scaffold. Men and material…

Rodeph Shalom Sanctuary Restoration

The Architect Team of Becker Winston Architects and Martin Jay Rosenblum, R.A. & Associates needed a unique solution to restore Rodeph Shalom Sanctuary so they turned to Superior Scaffold. Superior devised a system that allowed renovations to take place all the way around the sanctuary as well as four stories up in the dome. This…

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Thank you for sending the A team yesterday. Your crew was top notch and knocked it out. Thank you for making us all look good. The hospital was pleased how quickly and safely they got it down.

Thanks again.

— Matt Hedlund, Construction Superintendent, HSC Builders & Construction Managers