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    I've always had the feeling that Revit would be...

    I've always had the feeling that Revit would be one of those programs that looks simple enough on first glance but to get any real advantages from it was going to be a steep learning curve. I'm...
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    I had a try of the CADS Smart Scaffolder not so...

    I had a try of the CADS Smart Scaffolder not so long back and couldn't really find a use for it that TG20 compliance sheet wouldn't cover. As long as the building geometry was simple, it was quite...
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    Looking good!

    Looking good!
  4. When the formula is written out for "As New" 2.0...

    When the formula is written out for "As New" 2.0 m lifts:-

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    I use MathCAD for this so I can make the job specific changes without having to redo the whole thing every time. It's worth...
  5. That's correct. TG20 applies a factor of 1.65 to...

    That's correct. TG20 applies a factor of 1.65 to the calculated axial capacity and there's also a small factor included for manufacturing tolerances.
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    Have the PDFs you're trying to use been created...

    Have the PDFs you're trying to use been created using AutoCAD? If not, it could be that 2018 has trouble recognising the objects and vectors from another or older third party PDF creator.
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    Taking out the effective length of the brace...

    Taking out the effective length of the brace itself, it sounds like it's going to be at quiet a steep angle so maybe not as useful as your designer thinks. Are both lifts tied or is it just tied at...
  8. Thread: Coshh

    by Nick-CDS
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    Scaffeze safety information is available via...

    Scaffeze safety information is available via Google (or search engine of choice).

    Link To Page. First 2 results should do it.
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    I have a little book like that but the worst...

    I have a little book like that but the worst offenders names have been committed to memory.
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    First I've heard of that and the Cprob factor. ...

    First I've heard of that and the Cprob factor. Some Willmott Dixon sites aren't allowing the eyebolts and plugs to be used as ties, though.

    Hearing that makes me wonder if they've had a scaffold...
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    Comfortably? No. I'd hate to have to put numbers...

    Comfortably? No. I'd hate to have to put numbers to that to justify it and even if the maths did check out, it wouldn't give me a peaceful nights sleep all the time I know it's still in service.
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    I like Robot for this kind of thing, personally. ...

    I like Robot for this kind of thing, personally. I find it quite user friendly compared to some of the other FEA software out there. Even though I like the program, I'll do a few hand calcs just to...
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    Looking back on it, I should have said the £35k -...

    Looking back on it, I should have said the £35k - £40k mark for an experienced team member. £60k should be getting a (competent) regional manager/director.



    I'm not a fan of CADS but I...
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    Link to GetSurrey news article...

    Link to GetSurrey news article

    Some better (or actual) photos of the incident.
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    Starting out (training) you could be looking at...

    Starting out (training) you could be looking at 18k - 20k a year mark but most wages are going to depend on what part of the country you're in. Once fully trained and with a decent amount of...
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    This is the bit that always seems to be...

    This is the bit that always seems to be overlooked/ignored. Usually by the MC's project managers when they haven't thought far enough ahead and need legs chopping out for trenches etc... "It worked...
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    No worries. Luckily enough, I've just had to do...

    No worries. Luckily enough, I've just had to do a load of this stuff for some of the underground station upgrades.
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    TWF Client Guide...

    TWF Client Guide

    The link above goes to a TWF doc that outlines the requirements.
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    It is similar to AIP, or form 2 and form 3 for...

    It is similar to AIP, or form 2 and form 3 for network rail. Loads to be considered, relevant standards, analysis methods... See if you can get in touch with the main contractor they should have a...
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    These differ from company to company. There...

    These differ from company to company. There isn't really a set template that I've come across.
  21. Theres a nice little pub just across the street...

    Theres a nice little pub just across the street from that site. Food ain't bad, either.
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    Hi Georgina and welcome to the forum. Like...

    Hi Georgina and welcome to the forum.

    Like yourself, I can't see how the configuration would be of any use in supporting vertical loading. With no transfer system in place to split the load over...
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    Everything I saw was fully clad. Sorry to get...

    Everything I saw was fully clad. Sorry to get your hopes up.
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    I'm out and about today so I'll see if I can help...

    I'm out and about today so I'll see if I can help out.
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    by Nick-CDS
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    Poll: I still use tapathing to access the fora when I...

    I still use tapathing to access the fora when I out and about. I could well be in the minority these days, though.
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