Westgate Bridge Project, Melbourne

Design & Engineering requirements, Scaffold Equipment that exceeded 3000 tonnes Personnel Resources to carry out onsite scaffold operations

The Westgate Bridge Strengthening Project was one of Melbourne’s largest infrastructure projects, operated by John Holland. Scaffold Logistics were engaged to provide access and support solutions as well as scaffolding project management to facilitate the challenging operations required to achieve the project’s objectives.

The bridge scaffolding scope of works included providing all design and engineering requirements, scaffold equipment which exceeded 3000 tonnes, and personnel resources to carry out onsite scaffold operations – all of which Scaffold Logistics provided through our stringent quality management systems.

Scaffold Logistics successfully carried out all bridge scaffolding operations, exceeding the project’s tight program schedule with a completely incident-free safety performance, achieving our client’s target of a Zero Harm Environment.

Scaffold Logistic’s performance and scaffolding project management on the Westgate Strengthening Project provided our client with the confidence to allocate Scaffold Logistics to a preferred supplier status.

Scaffold Logistics have continued to provide our client with innovative solutions through a number of subsequent projects.

trucks travelling over westgate bridge with scaffold underneath
view of westgate bridge at night
multiple stories of scaffold erected on westgate bridge
night image of scaffold and offices high up on westgate bridge
many levels of scaffold erected on westgate bridge