The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 11 > Bamboo Scaffolding in Hong Kong
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Bamboo Scaffolding in Hong Kong

Bamboo scaffolding in various forms can be seen widely used in Hong Kong in building construction, external wall repairs, decoration slope maintenance, sign erection, and other works that require a temporary structure for supporting working platforms (see Figs 1 to 4). W.Y. Fu

Author(s): Fu, WY

Keywords: scaffolding;bamboo;hong kong;properties;codes of practice;construction work;safety