ISL specialise in tube and fitting scaffolding due to its flexibility and cost advantages on medium to long term projects. System scaffolds can be provided, including Layher, Haki, Cuplok and Kwikstage, where these are best suited to a specific project, particularly where they can offer programme benefits.
ISL can provide Layher or Haki stair towers, or Combisafe universal stairs for site use to comply with the hierarchy of the Work at Height Regulations 2005.
Layher Allround 750 staircases can be provided for public access. These staircases have a heavy duty crowd loading of up to 7.5kN/m2, whilst the steps have a reduced rise and wider going for easier access. Modular construction allows them to be erected in various configurations to suit the site conditions, and if required can be specified with anti-slip coatings, hi-vis nosing’s, and warm to touch handrails to comply with DDA requirements.
The Layher bridging system can be used to provide large span access bridges - 22m spans are possible with a typical loading of 5kN/m2 as required for public use on Network Rail stations. Modular construction allows them to be erected in various lengths and widths, and if required can be specified with Protect hoarding panels, anti-slip coatings, and warm to touch handrails to comply with DDA requirements.
ISL can provide temporary roofs in mono or duo pitch configurations using Layher or Ubix components to achieve clear spans of up to 40m. The flame retardant sheeting in individual bays can easily opened for access, whilst whole sections of roof can be rail mounted on rollers where access for large items is required.
ISL does not restrict itself to scaffolding using tube and fitting, or system scaffold materials. Where standard scaffolding solutions are not practical, we will liaise with our clients to create bespoke temporary works by combining different types of other materials, including formwork soldiers and fabricated steelwork.