Railway station access maintenance requires perfect execution

Railway station access maintenance requires perfect execution

The Bankstown Railway line was opened in 1895, as Sydney’s first solely suburban line.  The line was the second in Sydney to be electrified, however it was not until 1928 when the line was extended to Birrong that the Yagoona station was opened and utilised by commuters.  The rail line was updated in 1994 with
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Melbourne Scaffolding Hire & Labour – Mr Scaffold leads the way in Melbourne

Melbourne Scaffolding Hire & Labour – Mr Scaffold leads the way in Melbourne

Mr Scaffold began as a company in 1999, with a vision of “Providing market leading scaffolding solutions through superior customer service and product innovation.” Introduction of our Trademark “Mr Scaffold” brand of aluminium scaffolding coupled with hard work, dedication & an impeccable reputation enabled the business that started in a suburban garage to grow &
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Scaffolding in tight spaces amid the glass in Point Piper

Scaffolding in tight spaces amid the glass in Point Piper

This recent project saw Mr Scaffold displaying our usual care and attention to detail in a very specific way.  Glass safety fences in very close proximity to the scaffold, beautiful patio tiles underfoot and a stunning home with a minimum of space to erect the scaffold. As can be seen in the attached photos, Mr
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How To: Build Mobile Scaffold

How To: Build Mobile Scaffold

Single width Scaffold Erection procedure   –   Build a mobile scaffold Double width Scaffold Erection procedure  –  Erect a mobile scaffold Step by Step  Video – How to build Mobile Aluminium Scaffolding step-by-step video Scaffolding erection video – Scaffolding Erection Procedure – Medium Duty SUPASCAF Identifying parts and position  –  Parts of Scaffold    

What to look for when buying a scaffold – Braces

What to look for when buying a scaffold – Braces

The generic term Brace when used in relation to scaffolding refers to the diagonal and/or cross section bracing component of the scaffold construction.  In most mobile scaffolding systems, Braces are fixed length, and have dedicated couplers on each end to make erection and dismantle quicker and easier for workers. Braces for Mobile Scaffolds can be
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Frames

What to look for when buying a scaffold – Frames

Frame   –              A rigid structure formed of relatively slender pieces, joined so as to surround sizable empty spaces or non-structural panels. In Scaffolding use, frames generally run perpendicular to the length of the scaffold run.  Frames define the width of the scaffold, and they are also used to provide the height.  Frames are used in
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Platforms

What to look for when buying a scaffold – Platforms

Platforms (Decks) are a temporary work surface used for supporting workers and equipment.  Generally built using a frame made from steel or aluminium, they are designed to fit between two cross members in a scaffold framework set at specific lengths depending on the scaffold manufacturer. Frames The Frames are made in a ladder style, with
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Wheels

What to look for when buying a scaffold – Wheels

Although often overlooked as a critical part of any mobile scaffold, Wheels are an integral part of the structure, and need to be looked after in the same way.  There are quite a variety of scaffold wheels available on the Australian market, which is right for your scaffold? Wheel or Caster (Castor) Caster is a
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Ladders

What to look for when buying a scaffold – Ladders

Ladders Mobile scaffolding is wonderful for providing a safe working platform for any kind of purpose.  The mode of ascent continues to be by means of a ladder.  There are however quite a few points to consider in your purchase of a scaffold when you are looking at the type and fittings of the scaffolding
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What to look for when buying a scaffold – Joins

What to look for when buying a scaffold – Joins

Rivets v Welds I plan to run a couple of posts to give everyone some ideas on how to choose a scaffold for their own use, and some of the differences that you may see when looking at buying a scaffold. This week, we will concentrate on the joins between the fittings (or claws) and
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Meticulous planning keeps everyone safe

Mr Scaffold has the reputation of being the pinnacle of Scaffolding Contractors in Australia.  Our reputation stems from precise application of proven and detailed processes for each and every project we undertake.  We ensure that our personnel are trained and competent in every situation, maintaining scaffolding, RISI & Confined Space certifications across our team. This
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