Australia’s construction and infrastructure industries rely on temporary works systems such as propping solutions to perform essential work. However, conventional propping systems are often costly and inefficient due to their low capacity-toweight ratio and bolted module-to-module connections.
This white paper discusses the development of the world-leading lightweight heavy duty structural propping system – the result of a collaboration between Coates and Monash University – in response to a direct industry need. It outlines the industry challenges that prompted the research and development of this temporary works solution, and the benefits that this technology will transfer to end users in the form of safety, sustainability and savings.
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