SmartPly SiteProtect protects public from essential works at Putney Bridge

  • 25 Nov 2014

SmartPly SiteProtect hoarding

SmartPly SiteProtect hoarding was erected during the repairs before the full reopening of the bridge on the 26th September.  .

  • separated the site from the public thoroughfare
  • enabling the pedestrians and traffic to stay safe

It is a smooth, heavy-duty exterior coated panel designed for hard-wearing, demanding applications, such as this river site.

The highly engineered and moisture resistant OSB3 panel is specifically designed to save both time and money with its easy installation and cost effective pre-coated surface.   

SmartPly SiteProtect at Putney Bridge

SmartPly SiteProtect protects public from essential works at Putney Bridge

300 panels were supplied in the standard size of 2440 x 1220mm at 18mm thickness for the hoarding surrounding the site.

The temporary hoarding did not need additional protection before being erected as the pre-coated panel is robust enough to withstand the weathering elements of the river.

Environmentally responsible wood panel

SmartPly OSB3 panels are

  • fully FSC certified and manufactured using zero added formaldehyde resins
  • carry the CE mark, in accordance with the Construction Products Regulation and are EUTR compliant

HFD Limited hoarding contractors supplied the SiteProtect through the main contractor FM Conways.

Pierre Ely at HFD: “SiteProtect was the smart choice for the hoarding due to its durability. This is a historically important site that is used by thousands of people on a daily basis, the SmartPly panel is easy to cut and handle making assembly of the hoarding quick and simple, for efficient protection.”

For further information on SmartPly OSB via the link below and follow @SmartplyOSB.

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