GEOCON BANNER CANBERRA

Client:


SCAFFAD Australia

Service:

Signage – Building Wrap

Access:

Rope Access

Installation of various size banners to building façades. These banners were 40m in length, weighing up to 200 kilos. Magellan’s installation team has the planning and experience to move, manipulate and tension banners of this size, taking into account weather conditions in a very windy Canberra.

Our client chose Magellan based on our experience and proven track record with such installations being carried out reliably and to specification every time.

The specific components of the project were;

  • Preparation of safe work method statements and onsite safety procedures.
  • Installation of aluminum tracking system for hanging and a tensioning of banner.
  • Division and implementation of lowering system and techniques.
  • Installation of multiple banners across each elevation.
  • Planning and onsite experience to combat weather condition for the banner of these sizes.
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MARULIE DULAY, PREMIUM STRATA

From a safety perspective the two guys you had here installing the crosses and signage on St Vincent’s Hospital were excellent. The boys were well mannered and took safety seriously. I completed an internal Safe Work Method Statement Compliance Audit on their works; they scored 100% which is what we want to see here at Buildcorp.

JAMES HILEY, PROBUILD

Due to the complex nature of the works Magellan were required to satisfy and communicate with multiple stakeholders to ensure the works were completed in the required time periods and durations.

The Probuild Greenland Centre Sydney team has no hesitation with recommending Magellan Company for ay future projects or opportunities.

PATRICK FAHEY, SENIOR HSE COORDINATOR, BUILDCORP

From a safety perspective the two guys you had here installing the crosses and signage on St Vincent’s Hospital were excellent. The boys were well mannered and took safety seriously. I completed an internal Safe Work Method Statement Compliance Audit on their works; they scored 100% which is what we want to see here at Buildcorp.