I probably don’t have pictures, but there are areas on this job that a scissor wouldn’t be able to access. I can try the 40 ft ladder to see if it’ll be feasible.
I am having them sign a scratch waiver.
That’s kinda my only option. I forgot to mention earlier that i had my rep with United go out to see if a boom would work, and he said it would be very difficult with some of the large trees blocking access and stuff (for areas that you can’t see in the above picture.)
I had a different post about accessing a spot on the inside of this building above a stairwell. It was going to be $5,000-$7,500 to get scaffolding in there… So that’s why I am getting the 40 ft ladder, the ladder was originally for the interior over the stairwell. Also they have to have this job done in 2 weeks, so I don’t know if there’d even be enough time to get scaffolding in there.
I had the united rental guy look at this option.
I think I have myself between a rock and a hard place on this one since I didn’t factor in the cost of a scissor lift, and also they didn’t seem overly enthused about a scissor lift. I was presenting different options and the cost for them. wfp being the cheapest, and yielding probably not the best results…
I’ll see what I can do to not use the wfp on this one, Jeff. Thank you, everyone, for the input.