Scaffolding is an integral requirement in most construction projects. For scaffolding to be safe and useful, its design should be practical and must pass safety inspections for approval. Advances in AI-assisted 3D modelling have yielded numerous inexpensive scaffolding design software applications, which are changing scaffolding design methods in numerous ways.
Mistakes happen. They’re natural, but when it comes to scaffold designs, mistakes can be dangerous.
Cat I, Cat II & Cat III are categories to check these designs and make sure that this doesn't happen.
More and more businesses are outsourcing various elements of their operations in order to reap the rewards of greater efficiency and an increased bottom line. This can most certainly be achieved through outsourcing scaffolding design projects. In this blog post, we will take a look at the process involved, as well as giving you an understanding of how this can help you meet project deadlines.
What is the best way to outsource your scaffold design and inspection requirements? First, you will want to choose a high-quality designer. Then you will need to hire an inspector to ensure the scaffold has been erected correctly as per the design. Ideally, your designer and inspector will co-ordinate to help keep your project on schedule.