The Graffiti Eater team had a challenging job in South Australia at the new King St Glenelg bridge.
Graffiti Eaters Sacrificial anti-graffiti coating had been specified by architects to protect and preserve the outer concrete beam sections of the bridge from potential graffiti attack, as well as dirt and pollution.
Due to the construction method of the bridge the coating had to be applied after completion, working above the water canal.
The application method was tailored to suit the site, due to the following factors involved:
The coating application requirements for correct surface penetration.
The coating curing requirements around salt water.
The environmental issues working above a water way with contaminates and overspray.
The OH&S constraints working over water.
Access constraints to the site with vehicles, equipment and materials and getting the job completed cost efficiently for our client.
A floating barge was utilised with a mobile scaffold, harnesses and life jackets to gain the required access to complete the job under full compliance with a quality result.
Due to the job management on site the job was completed under time and on budget.
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