NSS were consulted to propose an access scheme for the safe replacement of an extensive area of glazing overhead this Olympic sized swimming pool. The Client sought a rapidly erected and dismantled access system within an 8 week pool closure.
Al Sadd Stadium
We erected a 27m span internal scaffold system to give access to the soffit sheeting and provide a profiled, non-slip surface. This travelling mobile deck was supported from a tower on tracks at the rear of the stand and a geometrically profiled support runner at the front.
Marina Bay Sands
We designed a curved, tracked and stepped access platform which was profiled to the glazing surface, using two tracks, top and bottom. This special scaffolding system was erected and dismantled at ground level and lifted into position using two winches.
King's Cross Station
We designed and manufactured a travelling, mobile special access scaffolding system, 96m long with an arched 37m span, suspended from the station roof on two triangular (Toblerone) tracks for the renovation of this historic station.