Scaffold solutions in tight spaces – Bryn Mawr Hospital mechanical room
I wish that every job could be as expansive as Independence Hall, or Amtrak 30th St. Station or Citizens Bank Park / Philly Stadium but the reality is that a lot of the work we get is trying to come up with scaffolding solutions in very tight spaces. Our guys are some of the best at designing scaffold that will get crews access to just about any working space.
The mechanical room at the Bryn Mawr hospital is a perfect example. There was virtually no room in there to get the scaffolding in – let alone set it up. Crews needed to get on top of this maze of equipment to install pipe for new HVAC and to run two new electrical lines above that massive green tank. But how could they get “up air” safely to do it?
Superior scaffold devised a plan to navigate the spider web of equipment and get crews above it all where they could work safely and comfortably (check out the photos).
Superior used a combination of system scaffold, diagonals, decking, handrail and various other gear to create a safe working platform. In one picture you can even see that we had to cantilever one leg around the green monster to carry the decking above, very innovative solution in a tight space.
The job was a smashing success. Crews got their work done safely and efficiently and the hospital was thrilled.
Superior Scaffold can help you get to that hard to reach area on your job. So when you need access, call the best (215) 743-2200 and ask for Pat – he’ll take care of you.
You can also visit www.superiorscaffold.com for more information.