Enigma provided a temporary access solution with a tube & fitting scaffold structure fully boarded on all lifts. To support the primary contractor, The University of Liverpool Construction Company (A wholly-owned subsidiary of Liverpool University), with building refurbishment works to repurpose two of the universities earliest surviving purpose-built teaching sites back into use.
The scaffold is integrated with a HAKI staircase, enabling tradespeople to easily access all levels to undertake interior and exterior refurbishment works, whilst the installed edge protection helps to protect passers-by from the potential of falling masonry debris. Enigma also erected a full-height scaffold within a stairwell area to support the refurbishment of a circular staircase.
Additionally, to further support the client, a temporary roof has been designed as a contingency in case the project overruns due to unforeseen issues with the state of the building or exceptionally inclement weather towards the end of the year.
On completion of the refurbishment works, the existing scaffold surrounding the Hartley and Derby building will be dismantled and re-erected at the rear to construct the new extensions.