This custom 3-tier suspended platform system was designed and installed for MRPE at Medupi Power Station to access the outside of the boiler house in order to install sheeting, allowing the contractor to access large work areas efficiently and saving them time.
A custom 7-tier suspended platform with a rated load of 800kg (or 90kg per tier) and powered by 2 x Alpha 800 hoists was designed to give the sheeting contractor a safe and efficient means of installing the cladding on Kusile’s huge boiler houses which reach 108m in height.
SkyJacks designed a custom platform for a contract to provide a suspended access solution to assist in the safe removal of electronic LCD panels from the top of the ABSA Tower in Johannesburg’s CBD.
2 x 8m standard platforms powered by Alpha 800 hoists suspended from a counterweight suspension system installed on the roof of this building were supplied to provide contractor access to clean and paint the external façade of the Umhlanga Sands Hotel.
Moto Engil appointed SkyJacks to meet a limited time deadline by installing platforms on the Central Square Apartments in Sandton to give access to the coating application sub-contractor to apply Gamma Zenith to the external façade of the building.
Four SkyJacks’ 3m Standard Platforms provided contractor access to renovate the exterior façade of this Braamfontein building; including cleaning, joint sealing, painting, window replacement, glazing, brick work, plastering and the replacement of air conditioning units.
In 2019, one of Joburg’s tallest buildings underwent a R400 million facelift.
The ABSA Towers building was overhauled into a mixed-use address, including 520 affordably priced residential rental apartments.
As part of the redevelopment the existing façade was completely removed and replaced, with SkyJacks being selected to provide a safe, stable and economical suspended access solution.
SkyJacks installed six standard Temporary Suspended Platforms of different lengths to provide contractor access for the repainting and renovations to the exterior of Bolton Hall apartments in Killarney Park, Johannesburg.
Graffiti artist Dbongz Mahlathi was commissioned to paint a large mural on the Axis building in the Maboneng Precinct of Johannesburg’s CBD. Building owners Admenet selected SkyJacks to provide access to the artist through a 9m standard platform using a counterweight suspension system placed on the roof of the building.
On the recommendation of the Amdec group, SkyJacks was appointed by Tri-Star Construction to install a monorail system for repair work that needed to be done on the 7th floor of the Marriott Hotel Façade.