Scaffolds are used most prominently in the construction industry. But scaffolds have other applications as well. Scaffolding is a metal structure of pipes and tubes or timber and bamboo that are used as a support structure for construction workers to gain access to portions of the buildings under construction.
When scaffolding structures are constructed with a design that is reliable, it can produce the much-needed support and safety to workers at construction sites and are an integral part of commercial projects because of their reliability and affordability. Here are some of the sectors in which scaffoldings are used.
At All major events, be it sports or concerts, scaffolds are used for various purposes; to construct platforms for commentators and camera operators and to place speakers and lights. Scaffoldings are also used in the construction of ramps for skiing and stunt riders. Scaffoldings that are used to construct ramps need to be built by experts and tested before the event to ensure the safety of the participants. Scaffolds are capable of bearing huge amounts of weights are also used to construct temporary bridges.
Scaffolds give advertisers the opportunity to put up huge posters and advertise their products. Though they are difficult to construct, scaffolds are useful and will play a role in advertisements for many years to come. Advertisers could reach a large number of audiences and put forth their ideas and concepts.
Seating at Events:
Scaffolds are also used to construct temporary seating at events or concerts. Temporary stands could be built with the use of scaffolds that could accommodate thousands of spectators, specifically for that event. Scaffolds that are linked to form a complex web is the best solution to event managers to accommodate a large number of audience.
Even after the construction of a building, scaffolds are required for the maintenance of the structure. They are used to clean windows and are also used for renovations. A suspended scaffold is often used to give workers access to the exteriors of the buildings, to clean windows.