During our years providing industrial scaffold rental services across Vancouver and B.C., we’ve worked on a huge range of industrial, commercial and civil projects.
Our project experts know how to provide scaffold services without disrupting customers, neighbouring buildings or local residents. We pride ourselves on our efficiency, quality and safety procedures. Contact our team to request a proposal for your project or find out about our most recent work below.
The Empire Landmark Hotel deconstruction project is the tallest demolition in Vancouver’s history, and a great example of our ability to innovate. We designed the majority of this project using structural steel, involving a cantilevered access / crash deck consisting of over 150,000 lbs of structural steel deck to catch any falling debris and 300’ of… Read more »
A new roof was required at an Industrial Plant, that builds pipe racks and modules for the Oil and Gas Industry in Western Canada. Layher Keder system was used to clear span 135′, with the help of a triple deep box beam, constructed out of Layher 750 Truss Beams. Skyline designed, built and engineered the… Read more »
The client required an “open look” system, with support towers every 25’ along the sidewalk to line up with the building columns. The system needed to support 13 floors of access scaffolding for heritage restoration work.
Skyline was the only company capable of supplying over 150,000 square feet of suspended under deck access. The challenges were extreme, the weight of the system critical. It needed to be light weight, yet meet the requirements of access and environmental protection. The system also needed to be flexible enough to allow for the careful… Read more »
Skyline was tasked with designing a custom bracket that could facilitate emergency access/egress from SkyTrain cars during construction on ANY station on any line. This product has now been used on three different stations, is also used to support suspensions for access below guideways, and to facilitate rail repairs and inspections.
This challenging project was about solving access problems, while minimizing both cost and impact on the courts. Anchoring was scheduled for off court times and we minimized the amount of equipment required to access the gutter repair by “cantilevering” the scaffold at the top and removing the requirement of support from the ground.
The client required a suspended access walkway along 850 lineal feet of concrete bridge, as well as pier cap access capable of 100psf loading. Stair access from grade at piers in excess of 130’ in height was also required in two areas, with access to the cross beams. This was a challenging project, in that… Read more »