Erecting and dismantling scaffolds is a high-risk activity, not only for those carrying out the work but for the construction contractors and the general public as well. You can trust that our teams are trained in a wide variety of scaffolds and experienced in many different work environments.
Each of our locations has trained competent scaffold erectors who coordinate with our customers and our sales team to provide safe and efficient access. You can be assured that our teams will meet or exceed all OSHA, MSHA, and EM385 Standards.
Each E&D team has competent lead erectors with a minimum OSHA 10hr Training, Scaffolding Competent Person Training, First Aid Training, Confined Space Training and Competent Person Fall Protection Training.
When on a job site our crew members are outfitted with safety gear from head to toe. You will see our scaffold builders on a job site wearing a hard hat, safety glasses, cut level gloves, safety vest, steel toe shoes, fall protection harness, lanyard, and tool lanyards.
There are many people behind the scenes that help our E&D team run effectively and efficiently. Contract services, sales, drivers, and warehouse personnel are all part of the support team that work together to make Associated Scaffolding a competitive rental access solution for our valued customers.
Contract services and the sales team work with the customer to ensure every job is planned out and completed to the customer’s specifications and satisfaction. This starts with the initial quote from the sales person, which is then passed on to contract services.
Contract services works on many aspects of the job, including contract review, contract management, billing, insurance requirements, and scheduling. They continue to be a part of each and every job until it is completely dismantled, with the equipment returned and the contract invoiced.
The outstanding work by our warehouse crew is the first part of the erect and dismantle process. They gather, inspect and load the equipment onto our delivery trucks once the job has been scheduled. They work on strict deadlines and have to be ready to load our trucks quickly, efficiently, and safely. Once the truck is loaded and inspected, Associated Scaffolding’s trained drivers are responsible for getting the equipment to and from the job site safely.
Once the equipment has been delivered, our E&D crews begin working to install it according to the scope of work from the contract. The safety team will make routine visits to our jobs sites to perform safety inspections and ensure that all OSHA regulations are followed.
Once the customer has completed their use of the scaffolding, our E&D crews are scheduled to dismantle and the equipment is returned. The return process is the final step and includes the counting and inspection of the equipment. Contract Services then completes billing for the contract and the job is closed out.
Because of Associated Scaffolding Company’s team efforts, we ensure that our valued customers will have a continued partnership to meet all of their scaffolding needs now and in the future.
We have a dedicated staff at each of our seven locations that take great pride ensuring that we answer any questions and provide you with the best customer service possible.
If you need any help, a team member will be more than happy to assist you in finding the solution that best fits your needs.
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Our company is only successful because of the great people on our team, and we are always seeking passionate, hard-working, service-driven men and women to join our team. We invest in our employees by offering superior safety training, competitive pay, and excellent benefits.
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