Nationwide Platforms tackles St Helens maintenance

By Sarah Ann McCay24 January 2013

Nationwide Platforms provided access equipment to assist with the annual maintenance at the home of

Nationwide Platforms provided access equipment to assist with the annual maintenance at the home of St Helens RLFC.

UK-based Nationwide Platforms has provided a fleet of six platforms to the St Helens RLFC Langtree Park stadium for annual maintenance works.

Nationwide Platforms supplied the 18,000-seater stadium with three Genie 28 m telescopic booms and a 25 m articulating boom to work on stadium paintwork. A Niftylift HeightRider 12 will be used for working at heights of up to 12 m, while Nationwide Platforms’ 70 m Bronto truck mount will be used for the maintenance of high level lighting at the facility.

The £25 million stadium, which doubles as Liverpool FC’s reserve team home ground, opened in January 2012. Work on the stadium will be concluded ahead of the 2013 rugby league season.

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