Swanbank railway bridge scaffold
These two 7m high support towers were constructed from Layher Allround scaffolding and are each designed to support a load over 42 tonnes.
They provide temporary support to a railway bridge at Swanbank Power Station in Queensland whilst scheduled repair work is being carried out on the pier section of this railway bridge which is used for coal unloading.
Designed by our resident engineer Julian Schrauth, the support towers took only a few hours to construct.
Thanks to Peter Laser of Key Scaffolding Contractors for the use of this photo.