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Maritime Museum Tallinn, Estonia

Maritime museum Tallinn, Estonia - A total of 8,500 m² of exhibition space is now available under the three domes.
Maritime museum Tallinn, Estonia - For the refurbishment of the dome, the PERI UP Rosett modular scaffold system served both as shoring as well as working scaffold.

Project data

Location: Tallinn, Estonia

Modification of a historical, almost 100 years old reinforced concrete domed structure with three cupolas into a museum with an exhibition space of 8,500 m².

Opening: May 2012

Requirements

  • working platforms for reinforced concrete restoration of the historical domed structure
  • temporary support of the cupolas
  • working scaffold for outside walls
  • tight project schedule of 10 months

Customer

Nordecon AS, Tallinn

Customer's benefit

  • optimised work due to geometrically adjusted work levels
  • minimised material and assembly effort due to generous basic pattern
Harto Vallimägi, Construction Manager, Tallinn
Harto Vallimägi
Construction Manager

With PERI UP, every building structure is made accessible, even if it is very complicated – this ensures safety for our staff at the construction site.

PERI solution

  • a 33 m long and wide birdcage scaffold per cupola to support the cupolas
  • PERI UP scaffolding system as working platform adjusted to the space, with stepped levels
  • integrated shoring and staircase access
  • working levels up to a height of 21 m, with geometrically optimal layout