Hanging scaffold

hanging scaffold

[′haŋ·iŋ ¦ska‚fəld]
(civil engineering)
A movable platform suspended by ropes and pulleys; used by workers for above-ground building construction and maintenance.

Hanging scaffold

A suspended scaffold supported by cables at each end, and raised or lowered by a small electric motor located on the cable.

hanging scaffold

A scaffold that is suspended by ropes and pulleys.
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Site works started in April 2014 and were carried out from a specially designed and fully hanging scaffold platform due to challenging environmental restrictions.
PUTTING up a hanging scaffold on a barn high above a reservoir was the most challenging task for Lee Carroll.
Also in 1999, the Mayor publicly considered mandatory licensing of construction contractors who work on hanging scaffold platforms.