T76 Building for the restoration of the Familistère of Guise

T76 Building for the restoration of the Familistère of Guise

The T76 Building roofing system was used for the delicate restoration work on the left wing of the “Familistère” in Guise, in north-eastern France. It is a large building dating back to 1860, classified as a historical monument, built to house the workers of a local factory, with a large covered central court. Currently, it has become a museum.

The restoration work, which began in 2018, will last two and a half years and will concern the restoration of the facades, interiors, and roofs of the left wing. During the first three months, all scaffolding and all temporary roofings were installed by Pilosio French client Hussor Erecta.

The T76 Building are temporary aluminum roofings ideal to protect delicate restoration work and to create a perfectly closed and isolated environment.

The Pilosio T76 Building roofings can be adapted to any type of scaffolding used on site and offer significant advantages during assembly with a great saving of time in assembly and positioning, thanks to the reduced weight, the great maneuverability of the elements and easy assembly due to the Quick System hooking system. A second important element is the extreme modularity of the components, which allows obtaining multiple configurations starting from a few modules and creating standard spans from 8.90 m up to 22.40 m.