System scaffolding is a modular access solution also called “cup lock scaffold” and is incredibly versatile and customizable. Made of individual components, system scaffolding can be erected in confined spaces, around trains, boilers, and in both interior and exterior spaces.
Since 1947, construction and restoration companies have relied on Associated Scaffolding to provide high-quality, safe access solutions. Our Columbia, SC team is on hand to help you design and construct the right scaffolding structure for your next project. To help you save time and get the job done right, we also offer complete scaffolding installation and dismantling services so you can feel confident in the efficiency and structural integrity of your system scaffolding.
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Get started on your next Columbia project faster with our turnkey system scaffold rental service. Our experienced installation team will deliver and install the scaffolding with strict compliance with OSHA regulations so you can feel confident in the safety of your structure and the wellbeing of your crew. Then, when the project is complete, we’ll take it down and remove it, saving you time and labor costs!
“We rely heavily on Associated not only for our scaffolding needs, but for our safety supplies (PPE, fall protection, etc.) as well. They always take the time to understand our needs and provide viable solutions. They are fair, honest and will do you right every time.”
To help you ensure compliance as well as reduce fall risks and improve jobsite safety, we offer scaffold training and other OSHA certification programs from our experienced team. Before your Columbia team begins using the scaffolding or other access equipment, OSHA requires a “Competent Person” to be on site. This is a specially trained individual who can identify and correct safety issues, preventing injury, and keeping your jobsite safe.