HAKI helps bring project in on time

23 September 2010

HAKISPAN 750 used to help paint and repair the Wadworth Viaduct.

HAKISPAN 750 used to help paint and repair the Wadworth Viaduct.

The Wadworth Viaduct is a major interchange affecting the A1(M) and M18 in south Yorkshire UK. Between July and October 2009, it underwent essential repainting and repairs that required a variety of day and nighttime lane closures. It was vital that the work caused minimum disruption and was completed on schedule.

May Gurney and contractors Pyeroy carried out the maintenance and chose the HAKISPAN 750 lacing and bracing scaffolding system from HAKI as the platform to carry out the work.

Paul Brunt, managing director of HAKI said, "HAKISPAN 750 is seven times faster to erect and dismantle than other methods so it reduces programme times and can save on possessions and road closures," explains. In this project the customers believed that the system made a major contribution to the key to the work being finished safely and ahead of schedule

"Our customers have achieved 50% savings on programmes due to the system's fast installation and the reduction in the amount of equipment that needs to be transported and put in place," said Mr Brunt. "We were delighted to work with Pyeroy to make sure they met all their time critical objectives."

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