Quick Ally scaffolding is the most durable and engineered system for builders who need a simple and efficient temporary structure for working at heights in complete safety. There are multiple combinations that allow you to build from 1 meter up to 25 meters in height, using the flexibility and proven superiority of the Quickly scaffold system.
There are three distinct ranges of product – the “Systems” scaffolds for major works, “Mobile” scaffolds where maximum safety and flexibility is required, and the “Quicky”, which is a stand-alone simple transportable system designed for the Contractor who is always on the move.
Because the major components of all three systems are common in terms of innovative design, engineered fabrication, test standards, and flexible connectivity, parts from one system can be used in any of the other systems, and meet all compliance requirements.
QuickAlly - Height of Safety
QuickAlly Access Solutions is a branch of the G.James family. QuickAlly manufactures and provides solutions for access with a wide variety of scaffolding equipment and unique platform design. Engineered and manufactured to the highest of industry standards, every component offers maximum flexibility in use, durability, and safety. QuickAlly products available through the nationwide G.James network. QuickAlly is also about skilled people, and here are just a few that will make a difference for you.
QuickAlly and G.James have affiliations to ensure our customers are receiving quality service and a standard of highly ethical practice. We work towards having a close relationship with these organisations so we can provide our customers with peace of mind and the latest industry developments and trends.
SAQ Scaffolding Association of Queensland
Member since 2006
The SAQ brings together organisations involved in scaffolding manufacture, sales and hire to provide professionalism and support for the industry. Government legislation, WHS and developments that affect business are assessed and addressed to assist members. Information made available to members affiliated with the SAQ are expected to adhere, ethically, to a high standard of service to ensure customer satisfaction.
QuickAlly is an active member with management involved in the executive committee. They assist the association workings and administration. Members are encouraged to contact the SAQ about industry issues or queries to ensure they are able to use best practise. Customers are welcome to discuss any concerns directly with the QuickAlly staff.
Up to 30% of aluminium extrusions supplied each month by G.James Extrusion is manufactured in Australia from billet produced using recycled aluminium sourced from our own remelt facility.
Recycled (or secondary) aluminium billet requires approx. 90% less power to produce than primary billet. In addition, the embodied energy required to recycle aluminium only demands 7% of the energy required to recycle plastic.
All cast aluminium products are manufactured from ingots produced using 100% recycled aluminium scrap.
Available aluminium 'swarf' (or saw shavings) is compressed in-house to form solid aluminium 'pucks' which are then recycled by a third party. In volume terms, this process has a compression factor of 3.5:1 (approx).
Scrap metal from the manufacturing process, or metal provided by the customer can be recycled into new logs.