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Steps and bridges

With the development of construction and industrial process optimization systems, the issue of communication between workplaces has become important in terms of safety and economy.

Stairways, or temporary staircases, have been designed based on the requirements described in EN 12811 – Temporary structures for use on construction sites – Conditions for use and general design principles.

By juxtaposing the requirements of health and safety regulations, economic factors, ergonomics, and lessons learned from discussions and meetings with clients, we have developed a system that provides efficient movement between work levels to ensure optimal communication, efficient transport of light tools and construction materials, with the ability to be quickly dismantled and assembled elsewhere for the current work.

Temporary construction site stairways provide three primary amenities:

easy, quick and efficient movement between work levels.
The possibility of quick disassembly, moving to another place and re-assembly, which allows for improvement of construction and renovation works.
When working on the facade, they provide quick and efficient movement, relocation of the communication route.

The requirements concerning the stairs angle, their width, step depth and load capacity have been designed in such a way that it is easy to realise a specific communication route that meets the client’s requirements in terms of usability and optimal costs.

The stairs are delivered to the site in one piece and after simple steps such as setting the required angle of inclination they are ready to be set up on site within a few minutes.

The range of stairs inclination adjustment is between 35° and 55°, their assembly, setting up can be realized wherever the communication between levels is necessary.