An optimized assembly
Once we have defined the appropriate shape or shapes for your project, 3D plans are provided and a precise design plan is defined.
Once these elements have been delivered, assembly can begin.
The wooden modules are delivered to the event site.
A structure of 100m2 holding in only 10m3, it is easy to transport the elements by truck.
Depending on the access difficulties, the 40kg modules can be moved by hand.
By referring to the design plan automatically generated when choosing the architecture, the triangular and square shape modules are assembled using wood/wood connections.
The wooden structure is then lifted. Depending on the shape and complexity of the site, there are various possibilities for lifting the structure. In the video below, a manitou is used with slings distributed at different locations to accompany the deformation of the structure.
Once the structure is lifted, it will be forced to the ground to reach its final shape.
Several solutions are possible but we are able to know precisely the burden to be imposed to avoid any risk of lifting.
The last step is to tighten all the elements to prevent any movement of the structure.
Once the assembly is finished, your scenography can be set up.
The technical data sheet provided allows you to know the weight supported by the structure if you wish to install or suspend elements.
At the end of your event, the reverse procedure is put in place for dismantling.
The system being entirely modular, all the elements are recovered and will be reused for an architecture of a different shape and surface area.