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Projects

On-Site Operations Weather Protection

10/12/2023NSP
This project included the equipment to construct an on-site operations lab enclosure utilizing NSP's innovative Diamond Beam Roof System. This advanced custom enclosure was designed to shield the lab from severe weather conditions, ensuring the safety and integrity of critical research operations. The Diamond Beam Roof System's unique features guarantee superior strength, stability, and weather resistance, providing a reliable defense against extreme elements such as heavy rain, strong winds, and intense snowfall. Our objective is to create a secure environment that allows uninterrupted on-site work, enabling the lab to function optimally regardless of external climatic challenges.

Kits Pool Restoration

6/20/2023NSP
The Kitsilano Pool restoration project in Vancouver involved the construction of a scaffold roof to enclose and safeguard the restoration process. This ambitious endeavor aimed to protect the iconic pool from the elements while allowing work to proceed unhindered. The scaffold roof was meticulously designed to ensure structural integrity and the safety of workers. Utilizing high-quality materials and advanced engineering techniques, the roof provided a secure enclosure for the restoration activities. With a focus on preserving the historical significance of the pool, the project successfully created a protective environment that facilitated the restoration process, ensuring the longevity of this cherished Vancouver landmark.

St. Andrews Church

2/15/2023NSP
The St-Andrews Church project entails the full erection of a robust scaffold system to ensure the comprehensive protection and preservation of a cherished church during renovation works. This carefully designed scaffolding structure will encompass the entire perimeter of the edifice, offering a safe and secure environment for the restoration team to execute their tasks effectively. The scaffold will be constructed with utmost precision and adherence to industry safety standards, providing unfailing support to workers while safeguarding the church's architectural integrity. By encapsulating the entirety of the church, this project will enable seamless access for repairs, renovations, and maintenance, ensuring the preservation of this historical and cultural landmark for generations to come.

Rock-Trap Support Bridge

2/15/2023NSP
The Rocktrap Scaffold Bridge project presented significant challenges, requiring careful planning and execution to ensure the safety of the Utimec LF 600 Transmixer. With a maximum capacity of 28,500 kg (62,831.7 lbs) and four points of contact, the load was evenly distributed using industrial-grade Soldier Beams to prevent localized failures. Advanced 3D design analysis with SolidWorks software allowed precise component placement without obstructing truck movement. Custom parts were designed to handle the unique load requirements, seamlessly integrating with the scaffold system and reinforcing critical points for structural stability. Coordinated design and manufacturing processes ensured a successful assembly meeting project specifications.

Brock Hall UBC

2/15/2023NSP
This project utilized North Scaffold products to construct a scaffold structure that protected Brock Hall at the University of British Columbia (UBC) during its renovation phase. The scaffold provided a secure and accessible platform for workers, ensuring their safety while facilitating efficient progress. North Scaffold's reliable and durable materials were employed to erect a robust scaffold system tailored to the specific requirements of safeguarding Brock Hall. North's Diamond Beam  System was used to construct the temporary roof, the roll out method is a fast and efficient way to construct a roof of this magnitude, which can be seen in the video on this blog post. This project's scaffold structure successfully facilitated seamless renovations, prioritizing safety and adhering to UBC's standards, ultimately preserving and improving this esteemed educational facility.

Dorm Weather Protection

2/15/2023NSP
The Dorm A & B Enclosures project pushed North Scaffold to new heights by introducing an innovative solution to a problem we have yet to see solved by a traditional scaffold structure. This structure was to be built to protect dormitories for employees of the company. The dorms are used all year and remain in place during the heavy winter snowfall. Due to the nature of the use of these dorms, they will only remain in one location for a temporary amount of time before they are moved to another site. This prompted the customer to think how they could build a protective structure without it being deemed useless when the dorms are moved to the next location. Traditionally, a wood or steel structure would be built, which would have to be torn down at the end of its usable lifespan. This is a waste of money and material and has a much bigger impact on the environment. North’s solution solved all of these problems, our Diamond Beam™ Roof System is strong, durable, easy to assemble, and best of all it can be moved time after time with zero waste.

Revelstoke House Weather Protection

2/15/2023NSP
NSP successfully designed and implemented a scaffold roof to protect a house construction site in Revelstoke, B.C. The scaffold roof served as a reliable shield against adverse weather conditions, ensuring the safety of workers and uninterrupted progress of construction activities. Through meticulous site assessment and collaboration with engineers and architects, we developed a durable and compliant design. The construction phase involved erecting the scaffold roof, implementing safety measures, and conducting regular inspections. The project was managed efficiently, with timely progress reports and documentation provided throughout. Our achievement was a weather-resistant structure that enhanced worker safety and facilitated seamless construction progress.

Projects

On-Site Operations Weather Protection

10/12/2023NSP
This project included the equipment to construct an on-site operations lab enclosure utilizing NSP's innovative Diamond Beam Roof System. This advanced custom enclosure was designed to shield the lab from severe weather conditions, ensuring the safety and integrity of critical research operations. The Diamond Beam Roof System's unique features guarantee superior strength, stability, and weather resistance, providing a reliable defense against extreme elements such as heavy rain, strong winds, and intense snowfall. Our objective is to create a secure environment that allows uninterrupted on-site work, enabling the lab to function optimally regardless of external climatic challenges.

Kits Pool Restoration

6/20/2023NSP
The Kitsilano Pool restoration project in Vancouver involved the construction of a scaffold roof to enclose and safeguard the restoration process. This ambitious endeavor aimed to protect the iconic pool from the elements while allowing work to proceed unhindered. The scaffold roof was meticulously designed to ensure structural integrity and the safety of workers. Utilizing high-quality materials and advanced engineering techniques, the roof provided a secure enclosure for the restoration activities. With a focus on preserving the historical significance of the pool, the project successfully created a protective environment that facilitated the restoration process, ensuring the longevity of this cherished Vancouver landmark.

St. Andrews Church

2/15/2023NSP
The St-Andrews Church project entails the full erection of a robust scaffold system to ensure the comprehensive protection and preservation of a cherished church during renovation works. This carefully designed scaffolding structure will encompass the entire perimeter of the edifice, offering a safe and secure environment for the restoration team to execute their tasks effectively. The scaffold will be constructed with utmost precision and adherence to industry safety standards, providing unfailing support to workers while safeguarding the church's architectural integrity. By encapsulating the entirety of the church, this project will enable seamless access for repairs, renovations, and maintenance, ensuring the preservation of this historical and cultural landmark for generations to come.

Rock-Trap Support Bridge

2/15/2023NSP
The Rocktrap Scaffold Bridge project presented significant challenges, requiring careful planning and execution to ensure the safety of the Utimec LF 600 Transmixer. With a maximum capacity of 28,500 kg (62,831.7 lbs) and four points of contact, the load was evenly distributed using industrial-grade Soldier Beams to prevent localized failures. Advanced 3D design analysis with SolidWorks software allowed precise component placement without obstructing truck movement. Custom parts were designed to handle the unique load requirements, seamlessly integrating with the scaffold system and reinforcing critical points for structural stability. Coordinated design and manufacturing processes ensured a successful assembly meeting project specifications.

Brock Hall UBC

2/15/2023NSP
This project utilized North Scaffold products to construct a scaffold structure that protected Brock Hall at the University of British Columbia (UBC) during its renovation phase. The scaffold provided a secure and accessible platform for workers, ensuring their safety while facilitating efficient progress. North Scaffold's reliable and durable materials were employed to erect a robust scaffold system tailored to the specific requirements of safeguarding Brock Hall. North's Diamond Beam  System was used to construct the temporary roof, the roll out method is a fast and efficient way to construct a roof of this magnitude, which can be seen in the video on this blog post. This project's scaffold structure successfully facilitated seamless renovations, prioritizing safety and adhering to UBC's standards, ultimately preserving and improving this esteemed educational facility.

Dorm Weather Protection

2/15/2023NSP
The Dorm A & B Enclosures project pushed North Scaffold to new heights by introducing an innovative solution to a problem we have yet to see solved by a traditional scaffold structure. This structure was to be built to protect dormitories for employees of the company. The dorms are used all year and remain in place during the heavy winter snowfall. Due to the nature of the use of these dorms, they will only remain in one location for a temporary amount of time before they are moved to another site. This prompted the customer to think how they could build a protective structure without it being deemed useless when the dorms are moved to the next location. Traditionally, a wood or steel structure would be built, which would have to be torn down at the end of its usable lifespan. This is a waste of money and material and has a much bigger impact on the environment. North’s solution solved all of these problems, our Diamond Beam™ Roof System is strong, durable, easy to assemble, and best of all it can be moved time after time with zero waste.

Revelstoke House Weather Protection

2/15/2023NSP
NSP successfully designed and implemented a scaffold roof to protect a house construction site in Revelstoke, B.C. The scaffold roof served as a reliable shield against adverse weather conditions, ensuring the safety of workers and uninterrupted progress of construction activities. Through meticulous site assessment and collaboration with engineers and architects, we developed a durable and compliant design. The construction phase involved erecting the scaffold roof, implementing safety measures, and conducting regular inspections. The project was managed efficiently, with timely progress reports and documentation provided throughout. Our achievement was a weather-resistant structure that enhanced worker safety and facilitated seamless construction progress.