Superior Scaffold has assisted with this type of surgical maneuver in and around elevator shafts many times. This time, it just so happens to be at the Bryn Mawr Hospital where iron workers need to install and weld new structural steel as part of the new addition to the hospital.
Some of these pics show what’s going on in the 4th floor elevator shafts where crews cut holes into the shaft walls to install aluminum joists that would span the opening. Then they had to deck in over the joists to make safe platforms so crews could complete their work.
It’s the little things that make the big companies run. No job is too big or small for the guys at Superior Scaffold.
Getting Press for our company Part 4 – Success story #2 – The Cover of Access Lift & Handlers Magazine.
It’s crazy just how the world works sometime. We had just gotten our stuff to Vince at Scaffold Industry Magazine and the article hadn’t even come out yet when someone in our office remembered being contacted by Lindsey Anderson over at Access Lift & Handlers Magazine (part of KHL group). Again, we turned her name over the Erik who told her about the work we were doing over at Independence Hall. She was excited when she saw the images. She even thought that we would get the cover shot of the magazine. Yeah!
So, we went back to the press release and tweaked it a bit so it wasn’t the exact same as the one we sent to scaffold magazine. By the way, I did inform her that we had already had an article coming out in the other periodical – it’s just good business to be honest about where you stuff is being seen. She assured us that there were no worries. We went back and forth a few times as Lindsey prepared the article and layout… She was very cool and professional throughout the entire process. And a few weeks later… Bam.
The cover of Access Lift & Handlers Magazine.
The article inside was great and we had accomplished our goal.
We thought that this worked so well that we are now making this part of our over-all marketing strategy.
Superior Scaffold has been brought in as part of the $100 Million renovation to help restore the facade with an EIFS (Exterior Insulated Finishing System), restoration of the 90′ high Crystal and 220′ high Bay Towers of the Golden Nugget.
Superior’s rental department will be installing 18 swing stages and 4 mast climbing platforms! They will also install 170′ of overhead protection for the Atrium glass on the pool deck and stair towers for access to the sixth floor roof.
We will post pictures soon – as it should be quite a site.
Here is an artist rendering of what the finished renovations will look like.