Dalmuir Waste Water TW,
Having a long history working within the water industry and Dalmuir WWTW, we partnered our client Acre Industrial to carry out an intense, short term scaffolding programme during a shut down of two areas, BAE 20 and Clarifier. All scaffolds were designed, firstly erecting a cantilevered emergency escape ladder access to allow safe access / egress for the jetters clearing the base of the BAE tank.
Once this was complete, our men who were all confined space trained, erected an independent Cuplok staircase and loading platform plus another independent to the RAS Hood. The next area was the Clarifier which had a series of mobile hanging scaffold platforms built from Tube and fitting to allow the jetters to clean the top of the machinery. Internally within the confined space, we had tube and fitting crash decks measuring 10m x 20m built over the top of the hoppers.
All works were carried out on time, with no issues and supervised by Acre’s rescue team.
A word from the client
Acre IndustrialDavid Wyllie, Contract Manager
Having worked with A/S/S for a number of years on this site, we approached them to partner us in our bid for the BAE 20 and Clarifier refurbishment works. The programme was intense over a 5 week shutdown, consisting of numerous confined space works that were sequenced for various trades carrying out essential maintenance. The A/S/S team carried out their works safely and professionally, meeting all dates required to achieve our programme.
We would recommend them to anyone looking for a professional and reliable scaffold company and we look forward to having them on our next project.