Pinnacle Scaffold provides scaffolding to the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Chuch at 808 N. Broom St., in Wilmington, DE.
I had to post this because on their website they describe the Greek Community this way:
“The Greek Community in Wilmington came together like most other ethnic groups around the country. What brought them to Wilmington was the promise of the opportunity that a growing city could offer. The early Greek pioneers in Wilmington were not afraid of work. They accepted just about every type of work. But, once they established themselves, they set about forming associations and a “Greek” school for their children, and their church, what we now call Holy Trinity.”
And this really struck a chord with us at Pinnacle. By being early pioneers in the business and not being afraid to work and take almost any job to establish a great reputation in a growing region has been our mantra. We can only hope to achieve a modicum of the success that the Greek Community has.
We were pleased to lend our support on this prestigious project. We erected a system scaffold complete with debris netting so crews could do repair work to the top portion of the masonry wall. The key here was to leave one set of doors accessible so they could remain open during the construction.
We specialize in working on historic buildings and structures and this was no different. We always take great care in and around the project we are working on. Feel free to visit www.pinnaclescaffold.com and see some of our work. You can call (302) 766-5322 to get an estimate on your next project.
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Pinnacle Scaffold was called in to this project at 627 N. Market St. to provide both overhead protection and a new guard rail system on the roof.
This isn’t just an ordinary guard rail either – it’s actually the first of it’s kind – with a clamp that grabs the top of the parapet wall and allows us to use system scaffold to provide a guard rail on the top of the parapet.This new system is different than the old slab grabber that clamps from the side; this new crabber clamp does the job by mounting on the top of the slab.
The guard rail was installed to provide protection for the people working on the roof where they added an entire floor to the top of the building and also put on a new roof.
At the street level, PSC provided a canopy (sidewalk overhead protection) down the entire front of the building. The canopy was engineered to hold multiple disciplines on top allowing access to the façade.
This building was a former store front that housed 4 businesses. It’s being converted into 46 one bedroom apartments, three studios and three two bedroom units. After the reconstruction of three floors and the addition of a fourth, the 47,000-square-foot building is to reopen in June 2015. The $7.5 million project is being built by Buccini/Pollin.
Pinnacle is proud to be a part of this prestigious project.
For all of your scaffolding, scaffold needs call Pinnacle Scaffold today at (302) 766-5322 or visit www.pinnaclescaffold.com for more information.
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