Kwik-Klik designed and installed three bespoke-height Kentledge hoardings when Severn Trent needed to drill new 300 foot boreholes in a residential area in Edgbaston, Birmingham.

One hoarding was 6m high and the other two were 4.8m high. The robust PVC panels were supported by a heavy duty scaffold matrix anchored to concrete blocks. The extensive scaffold matrix supporting the hoardings ensured maximum stability and reduced the noise levels generated by the drilling rigs.

We installed a total of 75 linear metres of hoarding during the 20 week project. The site backs on to private houses and is also close to the famous Edgbaston cricket ground.

Kwik-Klik prepared full bespoke design calculations and Costain recorded a 15db reduction in sound levels.

The hoarding panels are made from 100% recycled PVC and our Kentledge system generates Zero Waste to Landfill. All elements are re-usable and 100% recyclable at the end of their usable life.

System used

K-K Kentledge
Double height scaffold matrix system