Idea

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SiteCover

Description

For the first time in history large scale new-build can be produced under factory-like conditions. SiteCover is large scale weather protection structures, strong enough to withstand all weather conditions, and to carry heavy duty cranes in the roof. Our structure has a possible free span of 87 m. A maximum height of 30 m (under crane hook) and it is fully flexible in regards to the number and positions of cranes in the roof. Cranes have a capacity of 12t each and even 22t lifting together

Key benefit

Crane and weather protection in one solution

Material list

SiteCover consists of high strenght steel, PVC membranes, ABUS cranes, and a bit of enginuity.

Ecological values

Our value props a numerous, but our biggest contribution is making wood building less risky and totally independent of the weather conditions

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Specification

  • Economical span (mm)
  • Thickness (mm)
  • Airbourne sound reduction factor (dB)
  • Impact sound transmission (dB)
  • Resistance to fire class
  • Thermal properties

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Reviews

  • An ingenious solution for on-site assembly. It would be desirable to have protective systems such as these more frequently used in order to avoid unnecessary, unsightly and usually very expensive rework. Is this system in AVA-software available?
  • This is a brilliant system. I can see this working for a lot of timber projects. What is the optimum range of site parameters for it to work. I would guess there is a "smallest site" and "largest site" scenario. However, for timber construction this is a real game changer.
  • Dear Jacob, thanks for sharing the SiteCover Idea..which is already in use apparently! It's true that on-site protection is key in wood construction activity. Could you tell us a bit more the time needed to built up the SiteCover, including cranes? And according to your experience, how long is it usually installed to bring a real benefit on the construction phase? Does is fit winter time in countries where it can be long?
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