A Guide On What To Send To Scaffolding Contractors In Your Scaffold Design Project Brief
In order to keep everyone on the same page, and before commencing any construction or maintenance project which requires scaffolding, it is important that scaffolding contractors receive key information from their clients. This is sometimes referred to as submitting a project design brief or a scaffold design brief. A project design brief ensures an accurate and proper design process is followed.
By sending your scaffolding contractors a design brief, it also ensures the end result of your scaffolding meets health and safety requirements, standards and working at height regulations and laws. Alongside this, all scaffolding, in some way, is bespoke. This is because it all depends on the unique requirements of different buildings and structures. Scaffolding must also be designed to have adequate strength, rigidity and stability while it is erected, used and then subsequently dismantled.
Here are 12 key things you should provide to scaffolding contractors at the very start of the planning process: