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Scaffold build project manager paul reynard JSS Scaffolding Hampshire

Paul Reynard

Scaffold Project Manager
  • Pre-sales advice
  • Quotations for scaffolding
  • Build project manager

“Allways happy to assist, call JSS Scaffolding for advice or difficult to access locations.”

Steve Jones

Managing Director

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Frequently asked scaffolding questions

JSS Scaffolding FAQ’s for domestic, industrial, marine and telecom scaffolding projects.

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Henri Smith – Scaffold Estimates

if you are looking for initial estimates for your scaffolding project, talk to Henri for an initial ballpark quote for your scaffolding requirements.

Call Henri – 01590 689 068

Residential Scaffolding FAQ’s

Yes we work with insurance brokers to provide scaffolding for insurance repairs.

For domestic scaffolding projects, we work throughout Hampshire and East Dorset

Yes you can work directly with JSS and we will liaise directly with your builder.

Commercial Scaffolding FAQ’s

All working scaffold platforms for public and commercial sector scaffolding projects should be inspected regularly. This process is also known as tagging. Additional service checks should be made..

  • On edge protection. Scaffold edge protection should be inspected before each use or when there have been significant alterations made to the scaffolding frame.
  • Scaffolding checks should be performed after adverse weather such as heavy rain, strong winds, snow.

This is because either circumstance can result in a change to the strength,  security and safety of the scaffolding.

All scaffold should be checked regularly and typically can be once every week to ensure it is safe and adheres to the best industry practices.

JSS has public liability insurance up to the sum of £10,000,000

Yes we are members of the scaffolding association and we hold SMAS accreditation

SMAS Worksafe is a leading SSIP (Safety Schemes In Procurement) member scheme providing trusted health and safety accreditation to businesses across the UK.

They specialise in supporting organisations in the construction, social care and education sectors to provide quality certification and connect procurers with relevant businesses.

Marine Scaffolding FAQ’s

Yes we regally provide scaffolding for maintenance on harbours and harbour walls.

For Marine Scaffolding we work between Chichester to Portland, but will work further afield.  Call us.

Yes we can work on water, in harbour or out at sea for repairs needed for fishing vessels or cargo ships.

With marine scaffold builds we are equipped with double lanyards and life jackets.

We are available 24 hour for any scaffolding related emergency and can be with you at the drop of a hat if your scaffolding requires inspection or some kind of repair (due to adverse weather conditions, accident or vandalism).

Industrial Scaffolding FAQ’s

We are covered to the sum of 10,000,000

We specialise in Petro chemical work and our clients include the likes of I-Gas and N-Power. And we can tailor our scaffolds to your bespoke requirements

Industrial scaffolding we work throughout the entire of the UK.

Telecomunication Scaffolding FAQ’s

Scaffolding for lattice tower access. Freestanding Lattice towers that are segmentally designed with a rectangular or triangular base steel lattices. Often used by telecom firms in situations which require modifications such as the need for mounting a larger number of panel or dish antennas. These types of towers are also used as electricity transmission towers, radio towers or as an observation towers. The Eiffel Tower in Paris is a famous example of a lattice tower.

Guyed towers scaffolding information.  Guyed towers can be lightweight to heavyweight towers often seen as slender steel structures. Commonly seen in the tower industry, guyed towers are designed to provide maximum strength, efficiency and versatility with easy installation. They are supported by one or more levels of braided or stranded steel guy cables that anchor to the ground.

Monopole towers scaffolding information. Monopole towers work well when space is limited, zoning is difficult or harsh weather conditions need to be considered. Designed as a single-pole that can be a tubular section design or a formed, tapered pole, they are the least intrusive – making them the most popular tower types in the wireless communication industry. Because of the single-pole design, it advantageously reduces visual impact and results in a shorter construction time (and typically cost) compared to traditional lattice structures. Many monopoles can also be designed as stealth, camouflage towers.

Camouflage towers scaffolding information.  Camouflage towers are typically used in urban areas when they need to reduce the visual impact on the environment is a concern. They are often seen in the form of artificial pine trees, palm trees, clock towers and in hotter climates even in the form of artificial cacti.

Scaffolding for Self-Support Towers.  These towers offer our clients a number of possibilities compared to other types of telecom towers and are considered appropriate for nearly all wireless communication applications. Available in 3-legged triangular and 4-legged square lattice-type structures, their braces can accommodate the heaviest of loads and the strongest of winds. Their design is ideal for installations where space requirements may be limited and often inexpensive to purchase, transport and install.

Mobile cell tower scaffolding (tower-on-wheels, cell-on-wheels) are considered low-profile and portable because they are often mounted on trailers. Coming with a portable, small footprint, mobile cell towers are discreet and very versatile. They are often used in temporary or emergency situations; however, they are also useful if budget or permits are of concern.