Qatar Plant Hire was established originally as a Contract scaffolding company, to provide contractors with a safe and reliable means of gaining access to the most modern and technically challenging of construction techniques as required to build the industrial complexes that we see today.
With the highly demanding standards required for safety, timely completion of works and with evidence of good working practice being applied, along with the use of modern scaffolding materials, Qatar Plant Hire is well equipped to fulfill those requirements.
Through previous work carried out in the North Sea such as, the construction of offshore platforms, shut down maintenance works, and hook up operations, this has provided the Management of Qatar Plant Hire with the right experience to create training modules so as to equip the employees with the knowledge, ability and confidence to provide those services, as required by the international contractors who are here to build the industrial complexes of the future.
All our materials comply with International / European standards and our work is in accordance with International/European standards which specify application, design and build. We also apply as "good working practice" recommended procedures as laid down by the National Access and Scaffolding Confederation ( NASC ) and the Offshore Contractors Association ( OCA ) both of the United Kingdom. Our operating procedures also comply with OHSAS 18001:2007 requirements.
Today, we have a highly skilled labour force who can work safely, both on shore and off shore. We can erect the most complex of structures whilst working under the most arduous of conditions, found anywhere within the Middle East.
Scaffold tube and fittings, Cuplok or Kwikstage system scaffolds and pneumatic suspended platforms are all various types of modern equipment presently being utilized to provide that ultimate access solution.
Our teams of scaffolders apply the same safety standards along with the same level of professionalism to all jobs, wherever they may be.