Tuia 250 Captain Cook Ngati Hei - Mercury Bay Commemorations - Peninsula Roofing & Scaffolding | ArchiPro

Tuia 250 Captain Cook Ngati Hei - Mercury Bay Commemorations

A series of formal and informal events were held in Whitianga, the Mercury Bay and throughout the Coromandel Peninsula area to celebrate this historic 250th anniversary.  The history of these first encounters between Ngāti Hei and Captain James Cook and his Endeavour crew 250 years ago in Te Whanganui a Hei - Mercury Bay were being commemorated.

We were tasked with providing 2 stages. One in the Whitianga town centre, which would host a 12 hour celebration of local artists.

The second stage was for Te Powhiri Welcome at Wharekaho, as part of formal commemorations.

We used Layher Scaffold and Layer Keder Roof Systems to wrap the structures. The PVC Sheet Tarpaulin Roof System has “Green Construction” capabilities.  We can reduce plastic waste (shrink wrap usage) as the Layher Keder Roof System PVC sheets utilised on the roof and sides of a structure, are re-usable.

We also provided temporary fencing for the Wharekaho site too.

Visit professional's website
Enquire about the process / fees
Contact details
The PVC roof and wall tarpaulins are inserted safely (by being pulled through a track). There is no need for personnel to work on top of the structure. These roof and wall tarpaulins are environmentally friendly, as they are reusable and reduce the need f
When using the Layher Keder Roof System with a Layher Staging System, you can create a covered stage as shown below. Erected in modules of 2.5m x 2m, total stage area of 240m² can be built. The stage decks are constructed from engineered aluminium framing
So nice to be appreciated!

Professionals used on this project