Design and Install Systems Scaffold

System Scaffold Design and Install

Design and Install Systems Scaffold to the exterior of the church steeple for renovation(153 ft). Scaffold included temporary Stair Tower and ladders for access within.

Pedestrian Protection installed at the entrance of the building (20’ long by 10’ span).
Shoring Towers at exterior points of the church for stabilization.

Exterior Stair Tower

Scaffold Resource, LLC brought a team into North Carolina to handle the supply and erection of a scaffolding system. The detailed scope of work defined by the customer in the drawings they provided was important. Our scaffold engineer’s designed exterior scaffolding access to the Church steeple.

Overhead Protection System

Access was granted via one scaffold stair tower halfway up the exterior of the church with ladder decks measuring 153 feet in height. Large I beams were craned into place atop the church with the scaffold system. We built from the beams up the steeple sides access during the renovation. Shoring Towers were also utilized throughout the church exterior to distribute the scaffold load evenly and handle the additional weight of personnel & materials. A twenty-foot-long Overhead Protection System was also installed to help control the pedestrian traffic around the front of the structure.

First Baptist Church Renovation

501 W 5th Street. Winston Salem, NC 27101

General Contractor: Frank L Blum Construction: June 2018 thru March 2019

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