Project - Aston Hall

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Apr 27, 2022 3:59:02 PM

Contract: Aston Hall, Aston Munslow – Grade II listed, stone and brick built manor house.

Equipment: Tube & Fittings + Alu Beams + Sheeting + UBIX System Roof

Design Brief:

Provide design drawings for a temporary roof and side protection over a former manor house. To be free standing with kentledge or anchored to ground.

 

 

 

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Topics: Scaffold Design, TG20, TG20:21, NASC, Temp Roof

Project - Oxford Uni Press

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Apr 12, 2022 1:26:24 PM

Contract: Oxford University Press – Stone University Building. Built 1826-1832 

Equipment: Tube & Fittings + Alu Beams + System Roof

Design Brief:

Provide design drawings for a temporary roof to provide weather protection and access scaffold to the stone university building. Supporting scaffolds to be founded on grounds and bridged / cantilevered over the perpendicular parts of the building.

 

 

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Topics: Scaffold Design, TG20, TG20:21, NASC, Temp Roof

Project - Weston Park

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Apr 1, 2022 6:37:56 PM

Contract: Weston Park Shifnal – 17th Century Mansion

Equipment: Tube & Fittings + Alu Beams + C.I. Sheeting roof

Design Brief:

Provide drawings & calculations for a temporary roof to provide weather protection to lower-level roof of main building. Supporting scaffolds to be founded on top of the surrounding higher-level walls. Uplift forces to be restrained via window reveals.

 

 

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Topics: Scaffold Design, TG20, TG20:21, NASC

What's New in TG20:21

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Oct 8, 2021 4:03:15 PM

Introduction

TG20 is a guide to good practice for tube & fittings scaffolds produced by the NASC. The latest version of this guidance TG20:21 builds on the previous version TG20:13. There are a number of differences between TG20:13 & TG20:21. Perhaps the biggest change is in the way the new guide is delivered. Previously TG20:13 was outlined in two physical books, the TG20:13 Operational Guide & the TG20:13 Design Guide. These were accompanied by the TG20:13 e-guide software for producing the TG20 compliance sheets, but the software was only licensed for use on one machine. For TG20:21 the Operational Guide, Design Guide & e-Guide software have all been incorporated into a subscription based online portal called the NASC e-Portal. This allows for several devices including computers, tablets & smart phones to access the guide with one subscription.

There are a number of changes within the guide itself & the e-Guide software has also been updated to allow TG20 compliance sheets for a wider range scaffolds. Below is a list of some of the changes that have been made. Although this list is not exhaustive, we have tried to include the most important changes. A full list of the changes are listed within TG20:21 itself.

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Topics: Scaffold Design, TG20, TG20:21, NASC

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