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Temporary access division project | St Paul's Cathedral

Supplier: Access Platform Systems
20 July, 2011

St Paul's Cathedral 40m Long Suspended Platform.

APS under its subsidiary company Accessmaster, have recently installed a suspended Access Truss Platform
in the Historic St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne.

The Cathedral, which is located opposite the famous
Flinders Street Station, is currently in the middle of a restoration project that is well on the way to reinstating
the Cathedral back to its former glory.

The APS Access Truss System is being used to provide access to enable the cleaning of the Cathedral walls
and re glazing of the stain glass windows of the upper arch of the main hall.

The platform, which is a staggering 40m long by 1.2m wide is suspended from the massive roof truss structure above, providing an extremely user friendly, stable and cost effective means of access.

One of the key advantage’s of using the APS Access Truss System versus traditional access methods such as
scaffold, is the area below can still be used for the various services that the Cathedral carries out on a daily

Source: Access Platform Systems