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2016 REGULARS 04 Welcome NASC managing director Robin James reviews 2015 06 President’s report President Alan Lilley on his plans for his new role 12 About the NASC Find out about the standards scaffolding contractors must achieve to become full members of the NASC and discover the benefits of membership 16 Who’s who at the NASC? Meet the officers, directors, council, staff and committees
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20 Audit Alan Lilley on a new round of audits, plus auditor training 21 Training Dave Francis reports on apprenticeship awards and CPD plans for 2016 26 Health and safety Adrian Rooney explains new guidance and standards representation 29 Technical James Attridge urges members to share their needs on guidance
30 Hire, sales and manufacturing Learn all about the Code of Practice audit 32 Contracts New guidance revisions 34 SG4:15 New guidance on preventing falls in scaffolding operations 37 Project news A round-up of some of the most challenging projects of 2015 from NASC members 70 Membership criteria How to ensure companies comply with the membership rules of the NASC 72 Code of conduct All members are required to adhere to the confederation’s code of conduct 74 Publications The NASC has a wide range of scaffolding industry guidance on sale for members and non-members 77 CISRS approved training providers A full list of companies providing CISRS training 78 SAEMA Including a directory of members of the Specialist Access Engineering & Maintenance Association
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Agents of change
Robin James reports on an upturn in the industry, on the widespread influence of TG20:13, the renewed SG4:15 and welcomes in a new NASC President. Promising stuff for the confederation and its members in 2016.
he wealth and range of information contained in the NASC 2016 Yearbook confirms that the membership, and with it the UK scaffolding sector, is vigorous and thriving. As the construction sector picks itself up after the lengthy recession it is abundantly clear that NASC members are extremely busy. The confederation has again been pre-eminent in helping to set the industry agenda, for the benefit of all. NASC involvement and representation on principal stakeholder bodies in the sector is now at an all time high. The confederation is providing input and guidance where it is most needed, helping to set the standard, not just for the membership, but for the wider industry as well.
TG20:13: force for good TG20:13 (Guide to Good Practice for Tube and Fittings) was launched around 18 months ago at the time of writing. It is very evident that this publication has resulted in a step change in the way in which the UK industry operates. The document has been widely-accepted across the construction sector, and is attracting strong interest not only throughout the UK, but also further afield. The confederationâ€™s flagship committees and working groups have since turned their attention towards the publication of a raft of new and revised industry guidance. The fruits of their work - around 100 member representatives give up their time to serve on NASC committees and working groups - will ensure that vital industry expertise and wisdom is passed on for the benefit of all.
Iconic guidance update At the NASC AGM in November 2015 the confederation launched the latest revision of SG4 (SG4:15 Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations). SG4, possibly the most iconic of all confederation guidance, has become a benchmark for health and safety compliance. Over two hundred thousand copies of the SG4 pocket guide have been published since inception. The continuing popularity of SG4 will receive a further 4
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boost now that the 2015 edition has been launched.
Build UK Following the demise of UKCG in July 2015 the reins have been taken up by Build UK. The new pan industry group commenced operations in September 2015 and faces a massive challenge in bringing the supply chain and principal contractors together. NASC has from the outset signalled that it fully intends to play its part in the Build UK agenda. Over the next 18 months the NASC will bring its considerable expertise to the table to ensure that the industry becomes a safer and fairer place for all.
New President The NASC AGM in November 2015 also sees a change of NASC President. We warmly welcome Alan Lilley (Commercial Scaffolding Ltd) into the role. We also pay tribute to Kevin Ward (Scaffold
Erection Services Ltd) for everything that he has done to promote and advance the confederation during his two year tenure. Changes on NASC Council again demonstrate the importance of member representation. The NASC requires a steady turnover of members on its committees to ensure that the approach does not become stale. Our thanks are due to all. Almost unheralded the NASC has completed nearly 70 years of operation. Founded at the end of the Second World War, the NASC has become a truly representative organisation. During 2016 we will reflect on what has been achieved during this time. For now though it is time to thank all the NASC members and staff who have worked tirelessly to make the organisation what it is today. Happy reading! â–
Robin James is Managing Director of the NASC
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Fit for purpose
The NASC has never been in a stronger position, says new NASC president Alan Lilley. But to build on this success and take the confederation forward more membership involvement is required and more SMEs must be encouraged to join
t is with a sense of pride that I take on the role of President of the Confederation for the next two years. At the time of writing this article the NASC is celebrating its 70th birthday having officially formed back in 1945. Over this long period of time there have been many changes, none more so than in the last decade with the introduction of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and EN12811, the European standard specifying performance requirements and methods of structural design for access and working scaffolds. Both pieces of legislation required a response from the scaffolding industry and it was the NASC that took on the responsibility and the cost implications with the publications of TG20 The Guide to Good Practice for Tube and Fittings, and SG4 Preventing Falls in Scaffolding back in 2005, both proving to be a great success. I am pleased to report that the Confederation has never been in a stronger position than it is at this time. The membership is at an all time high and with the past success of our publications we are able to undertake new guidance whilst at the same time reviewing existing guidance on a five year cycle. I now believe the NASC to be the premier trade association within the construction industry. This has been brought about by the collective efforts of Robin James and his staff based in London and in particular the past Presidents I have worked with: Kevin Ward, Rob Lynch, Gerry Cooper and Bob Whincap who have worked tirelessly to ensure that the interests of the members and the scaffolding industry at large were always taken into account when making strategic decisions. I would like to thank the chair persons and members of the standing committees who give a considerable amount of their time free to ensuring that the various guidance published by the NASC is kept up to date and relevant to changing legislation and current best practice.
Skills challenge Training has always been an important part of the confederation’s work particularly over the past few years as the country has come out of recession. A challenge was set by Kevin Ward two years ago for the industry to train 400 new apprentices 6
The new NASC president wants to encourage increased membership
by the end of 2015. I am pleased to report that this target has been met and indeed exceeded and I would like to congratulate the scaffolding industry and all who were involved on an excellent achievement. The Teenage Cancer Trust will benefit from reaching this target and Kevin will present a cheque for the funds raised in conjunction with the training at the NASC Annual Ball in Leeds on Friday 27 November 2015.
“My aim during my presidency is to significantly increase the membership by the end of my term in 2017 by raising the profile of the Confederation. I believe there are many small companies who have aspirations to join and I would urge them to contact the Confederation”
The work carried out by the NASC is not only for the benefit of its members but for the scaffolding and access industry at large. This has been shown to be the case with the industry embracing TG20:13 and SG4:10 and indeed the success of all our publications. A raft of revised guidance has been published over the past 12 months and will culminate with the publication of SG4:15 which will be launched at the 2015 annual general meeting.
Strictly speaking My other role within the confederation is as chairman of the Audit committee – a post I have held for the past four years. I make no apologies for the strict criteria and code of conduct by which applicants are judged and against which members are audited. It is this strict audit procedure which gives our clients confidence when requesting that they will only consider NASC members for tenders and awarding contracts. Over the past two years we have seen a marked increase in the quality of applications leading to a greater conversion to membership. It has been said by many that the NASC is a closed ‹
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PRESIDENT’S REPORT 6 ‹ shop. This could not be further from the truth. We are open to all bone fide companies where access and scaffolding constitutes a significant part of their business that are able to meet our criteria. My aim during my presidency is to significantly increase the membership by the end of my term in 2017 by raising the profile of the Confederation. I believe there are many small and some medium sized scaffolding companies who have aspirations to join and I would urge them to contact the Confederation who will offer advice in completing their application to ensure it will have the best possible chance to succeed at the desk top audit stage.
C E L E B R AT I N G
In September this year the UK Contractors Group (UKCG) merged with the National Specialist Contractors Council (NSCC) to form Build UK. This was done to provide a collective voice for the contracting supply chain. Its membership is comprised of 23 of the industry’s largest contractors and 40 leading trade associations, including the NASC. This will enable our confederation to have an influence and voice within the largest body that represents the construction industry.
Finally I would ask that members consider becoming more involved within the Confederation by putting themselves forward for consideration for membership of committees, and for chair and vice chair positions of the regions. Your involvement is crucial in taking the NASC forward and to increase its
profile to the wider construction and related industries. Remember our strength is our membership. ■
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Competence and compliance An increasing number of principal contractors are specifying NASC only companies because they understand it demonstrates their commitment to high standards and best practice. Here is all you need to know about NASC membership
he National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) has been the established national trade association for the scaffolding industry for nearly 70 years. Its mission statement is to ensure the scaffolding and access industry maintains the highest practicable standards of workmanship via cohesive development and detailed regulation.
How does the NASC help the construction industry? By providing regulated scaffolding companies who have to work to a strong audited procedure for compliance. By appointing an NASC member company you can be assured of a scaffolding company that is competent and abides by the latest working practices for scaffolding.
The NASC at work There are a number of organisations associated with the construction industry. The NASC is one of the largest with over 200 member companies accounting for over 70% of the UK’s total spend on scaffolding. All NASC guidance and publications are in line with the latest developments in construction and building. The NASC consults regularly with the following organisations to strive for best practice and development in scaffolding: l HSE (Health and Safety Executive) l Build UK l CISRS (Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme) l CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) l CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) l BSI (British Standards Institute) l Strategic Forum for Construction l APS (Association for Project Safety) The NASC has elected Officers plus a members’ Council which oversees all NASC activity, provides direction and makes strategic decisions. The Officers are elected by rotation and are drawn from the membership. 12
The confederation is run on a day-to-day basis by permanent staff who are mainly based in London.
How does a company become a member of the NASC? Membership of the NASC is open to any company working in the scaffolding sector. However, acceptance is via a strict application process. Applicants are first required to complete (in full) a detailed application form. Failure to meet all the requirements will result in the application being denied. Once the application form has been received and a desktop audit is completed satisfactorily, independent auditors then inspect the applicant’s office, yard and a number of sites to ensure that best practice is an everyday occurrence. Upon verification that all parts of NASC criteria have been met, the company will be recommended to NASC Council for ratification. Only after the company has paid its annual subscription fee will it be issued with a certificate of NASC membership. Members are then re-audited after an initial 12-month period to ensure continued compliance, followed by a biennial audit thereafter. There are three categories of membership: l Full membership: Companies that supply, erect and dismantle scaffolding with at least 75% directly employed trained labour. l Full membership (non-contracting): Companies who supply scaffolding equipment via hire, sale or manufacturing. l Information membership: Companies that provide a service to the scaffolding industry. Why should you use a NASC regulated company? When you employ an NASC member to carry out work or supply equipment you are making an informed decision: you know what to expect, your expectations are met and, of course, ultimately you are making the right choice.
NASC members are rigorously audited
“By appointing a NASC member company you can be assured of a scaffolding company that is competent and abides by the latest working practices for scaffolding” Is the work of the NASC really making a difference? Over the past three decades the number of NASC scaffolders in the UK has risen from approximately 8,000 in 1980 to over 14,000 by the end of 2013. Despite the rise in the number of scaffolders, the incidence rate for accidents has declined steadily. The number of reported accidents in 1980 was 532; by 2014 that figure had reduced to 105. The NASC will continue to strive towards its ultimate goal of zero accidents/ incidents. The NASC produces an annual safety report, which is published to industry. All full contracting members must contribute to this report with factual evidence. This report is available free upon request.
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WHY JOIN THE NASC? Being a full member of the NASC provides a number of benefits
Qualification for scaffold contracts that now set ‘NASC only’ policies l Attendance at NASC regional meetings and AGM l Use of NASC member services l Opportunity to attend NASC events and NASC Annual Ball l Circulation of NASC newsletters, literature and mailshots l Opportunity to participate in the work of NASC standing committees l 50% discount on NASC hard copy publications l Certificate of NASC membership l Inclusion of company details in NASC annual yearbook and NASC website l Use of NASC logo on company literature and advertisements l Access to secure area of NASC website including free downloads of publications l
Technical support and advice UK and European standards advice Technical advice
Employment advice Wage rates and conditions of employment Disciplinary, dismissal and redundancy procedures l Regular bulletins with articles and developments in employment law l l
Health and safety advice Guidance on preparation of company health and safety policy statements l Advice on risk assessment/method statements l Seminars, publications, meetings l
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM AN NASC MEMBER? As part of the application process and on-going membership a full member company must meet the following criteria: Trading for two years A member company must have provided evidence of trading accounts for at least two years as prepared by the company accountants/auditors. The company must also be VAT registered. Directly employed operatives A minimum of 75% of hourly paid operatives must be directly employed. A high standard of trained personnel All NASC members must have at least 90% of the workforce registered with the CISRS (Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme) and have the appropriate 50% level of fully-qualified operatives. Adequate health and safety provision Members must provide a satisfactory signed Health and Safety policy statement, provide evidence that they meet current health and safety legislation
and agree to complete the NASC annual accident return. Working practice All members must adhere to the latest guidance published by the NASC. Insurance An NASC member must hold a minimum of £5m public liability insurance, plus at least £10m employers liability cover. Materials NASC Hire, Sale and Manufacturing members must abide by their own code of practice that ensures materials conform to the highest standards. Code of conduct The NASC publishes a code of conduct which all members must abide by.
Contractual advice Guidance on contracts/subcontracts
Legal advice Legal advice to assist members in dispute resolution
Tax advice and updates Specific guidance for scaffolding l companies Credit control 25% discount on specialist construction credit reference and debt recovery agency, Top Service
Other benefits Relationships with other construction industry bodies (HSE, UKCG etc) l Security – the NASC promotes awareness of security issues in the industry liaising with security officers and the police l Code of conduct – ensures the highest standards of workmanship, integrity and courtesy l
What happens if a member company doesn’t conform? In the first instance a member company is asked to take action to conform. If this is not actioned swiftly then membership may be terminated. NASC YEARBOOK 2016 13
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Checks and balances
NASC auditors have been undergoing training and having their own audit process reviewed in order to continue to reassure members the process is fair, honest and impartial. Alan Lilley reports.
nother year and another successful round of audits completed for all NASC full members. Over 200 contracting scaffolding companies have seen their premises visited by our auditors as well as their live sites. It is important to stress that we inspect live working sites which have operatives erecting or dismantling scaffolding as part of the audit process as it gives us an opportunity to inspect how the company’s operatives work. Our auditors look for compliance with the Work at Height Regulations of course, but with a particular eye on compliance with SG4, SG6 and TG20 from the operatives in the field, but also to ensure that the company management are doing their duty to further train and offer refresher training to operatives. The next round of audits has just begun. The auditing period runs from September 2015 through to May 2017. This is a slight extension to the usual 18 month window which enables our auditors to spread out the audits over a longer period to avoid congestion. Our ever-growing membership will again face a full audit within this time.
Training day Earlier this year our auditors, together with myself and Jamie McGuire, NASC membership manager undertook a day’s training. The course was ‘Membership Criteria Auditor Training’ which was carried out by QUALICO UK Ltd who specialise in auditor training. As NASC membership lifts the profile of access and scaffolding providers, specifiers and contractors need to know they are receiving the highest quality of service. Consequently, many public and private organisations – and an increasing number of local authorities – continue to specify that their scaffolding and access providers must be members of the NASC. It is critical that the Confederation provides assurance and confidence to Members’ clients by verifying adherence to the membership criteria. A process of application audit, biennial office and live site audit, plus interim year desktop audit, is used to obtain objective evidence of a member’s adherence to the criteria. The aim of the training was for an independent auditor/trainer to view the existing audit procedure against the NASC criteria and the way this is interpreted 20
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and reported by the auditors, which will enhance the member’s confidence in the fairness and equitable application of the audits. QUALICO UK Ltd attended an audit with one our auditors to get a full understanding of the existing procedures beforehand to be able to offer the best training. There is no doubt in my mind that the course was of benefit to the team and although the committee meets twice a year to discuss ongoing issues and to fine tune certain parts of the audit and membership, it was a chance for someone from outside the NASC to review our procedures.
“The aim of the training is for an independent auditor/ trainer to view the existing audit procedure against the NASC criteria which will enhance the members’ confidence in the fairness and equitable application of the audits”
As well as Audit Committee Chairman I am also an officer of the NASC. This November will see me become NASC president for a two-year period and it is my intention to increase the profile of the Confederation to the wider construction industry. My goal is to enlarge the NASC membership especially amongst the smaller scaffold companies. I believe there are a significant number of small companies who have aspirations to join but are not sure they meet the criteria. I would urge them to contact us so we can guide them through the process and offer them advice. This would ensure any resultant application from them would have the greatest chance of success. I would like to thank Jamie and the audit team for their hard work over the past two years and wish all our members a successful and prosperous year ahead. n
Alan Lilley is chair of the NASC Membership and Audit Committee and Managing Director of Commercial Scaffolding.
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Continuous development Incoming ASITO chairman Mike Burr aims to keep busy and pick up where his predecessor left off pushing continual improvement within training offered to the scaffolding sector. Included on the agenda is CPD
he NASC AGM in November 2015 will see a change of chairman for the ASITO group. After three years in the position Dave Francis (Brand/SGB) will hand over the reins to the previous vice chair Mike Burr (LTC Group87 Ltd). The ASITO group wishes to thank Dave for the very active role he played during his chairmanship which has seen the Group involved with many developments, including the Scaffolding Diploma, the introduction of the CISRS Operative Training Scheme (COTS) course, the commencement of the CISRS Standardisation programme and establishing the annual CISRS instructors seminar, to name but a few. We are very pleased that Dave will remain a member of the ASITO Group and will continue to develop these and other such initiatives in order to improve the training and safety of all involved with scaffolding. We would also like to wish a very long, healthy and happy retirement to Richard Fuller (Xervon Palmers) who is stepping down after over 15 years’ service with the Training Group. His calm and levelheaded approach was greatly appreciated particularly during some of the more heated debates that have taken place around the ASITO table.
Apprenticeships As with all other sectors the issue of apprenticeships remains a high priority for ASITO, NASC and CISRS, who are all fully engaged within this area. We must of course congratulate and thank all of those who took part in the NASC President’s Apprenticeship Challenge between 2013 -2015 which saw around 450 new apprentices taken on by the membership within this period, whilst raising over £50,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust. At the end of 2014 we saw the introduction of the NASC Scaffolding Apprentice of the Year Award which was aimed at rewarding an apprentice who was not only a skilled operative but had shown a willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty whilst working their way through their qualification. Josh Kerwin of Kaefer C&D was the winner of this award which saw both him and his employer receive a trophy and a cash prize. At the time of writing we are receiving nominations for the 2015 Award.
Double winner Matthew Hutton
The ASITO, supported by other scaffolding contractor members, has submitted an Expression of Interest to The Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in order to develop a Trailblazer Apprenticeship programme. We do feel that the current apprenticeship programme serves the industry well, but the view is this is as an opportunity for some fine-tuning in order to ensure that both apprentices and employers gain the maximum benefit from the process. NASC member companies were once again well represented in the National Construction College (NCC) Apprentice awards. Congratulations to all nominees and winners. A special mention must go to Matthew Hutton of Oxford Spires Scaffolding Limited who took both the Year 2 Scaffolding and overall Apprentice of the Year awards at NCC Midlands.
Full list of nominations for NCC Apprentice Awards 2015 NCC Scotland Year 2 Scaffolding Apprentice l Sean Mcdonald Interserve Industrial Services l Daniel Sinclair Cape Industrial Services NCC Midlands Year 1 Scaffolding Apprentice l Jim Watkins Malvern Scaffolding Ltd
NCC Midlands Year 2 Scaffolding Apprentice l Matthew Hutton Oxford Spires Scaffolding Ltd l Shaun Baker Oxford Spires Scaffolding Ltd NCC Midlands Apprentice of the Year For all Trades l Matthew Hutton Oxford Spires Scaffolding Ltd NCC South and London Year 1 Scaffolding Apprentice l Stuart Wardell Seabro Ltd NCC South and London Year 2 Scaffolding Apprentice l Spencer Stewart Lyndon Scaffolding PLC l Charlie Paxton Lyndon Scaffolding PLC l Billy Summers Trad NCC East Year 2 Scaffolding Apprentice l Kevin Lynn Cape Industrial Services Ltd l Wayne O’Dell RBS Scaffolding Ltd NCC East Essential Skills Award l Cian Woods MR Scaffolding (Anglia) Ltd
CISRS Standardisation Work continues at a pace in relation to the CISRS standardisation programme. The revised Part 1 package has been issued to all providers complete with PowerPoint, tutor notes, drawings, test papers, revision materials etc. Part 2 is almost complete and should be issued before the end of 2015 with work on the Advanced course already underway. In future, all CISRS courses will be regularly reviewed and reissued to Approved providers to ensure they remain relevant and up to date.
The Year Ahead Probably the biggest agenda item for 2016 is the introduction of Continuous Professional Development (CPD)/ refresher training for scaffolding operatives. This is an issue which has been discussed many times over the years and is high on the HSE agenda. We are of the opinion that it is now time to grasp the nettle and put a process in place. We are aware that many ‹ NASC YEARBOOK 2016 21
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for and the types of sites they work on) are kept up to date with changes within the industry, through toolbox talks or additional training. However, this is definitely not the case for all and we feel that the introduction of formal CPD will have benefits for the individual, the employer and the client. We are considering the method of delivery, content and duration very carefully in order to ensure that the correct topics are covered and we do not simply duplicate training which has already taken place.
Scaffolding Supervisor Refresher Training A two-day refresher course for CISRS Scaffolding Supervisors will be introduced in March 2016. Those wishing to retain the CISRS Supervisor status will be required to complete this refresher course on a five-yearly cycle.
Successful Funded Training Projects Since 2012 we have completed four successful CITB Qualifying the Workforce campaigns and although this funding is no longer available, we are seeking other sources of
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funding which could support a similar initiative. We will also continue to run 10 fullyfunded CISRS Systems Scaffold Product Training Scheme (SSPTS) in 2016, which will see around 90 operatives complete CISRS systems product free of charge. Training is an ever-evolving area
within our sector and, as such, the ASITO Group will always have plenty to do. Thanks to all of those involved for their hard work and continued support. ■
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This year has seen a record level of guidance being updated. Adrian Rooney reports on how the NASC Health & Safety Committee continues to work hard to ensure the safety of workers and workplaces.
he Health and Safety Committee continues to be driven to deliver best and sensible guidance to the industry. It takes the lead in ensuring that members are informed of, and driven to provide, best practice. The Health and Safety committee is an active group which forms a powerful, committed team with a depth of knowledge that is unsurpassed. The Committee is made up from the most experienced people in our industry, dedicated to bringing members the required guidance and advice to ensure that our workers and workplaces become safer.
Guidance updates The Safety Guidance notes continue to form best practice for our industry by targeting the industry as a whole. It is intended to give the best guidance and advice to enable us to conform to legislation that ultimately establishes responsibilities. This year will have been the most productive in updating guidance. The following guidance is all new: l SG4 Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations. The document is often quoted but still needs to become accepted practice in the whole industry. It is essential that Technical guidance in TG20 is supported by safe methodology. l SG2 Asbestos has undergone further modification. l SG6 Manual Handling has seen little change but is updated. l SG9 Lifting Equipment has a completely refreshed look with more imagery covering broader issues. l SG18 Welfare Facilities are for greater consideration by the whole industry. More consideration is needed in this area. l SG19 Formulating a Rescue Plan has also seen modification. l SG21 Entry into Confined Spaces l SG22 Induction Training. l SG30 Working from Vehicles has had a complete shake up with new legislation and guidance. l SG31 Management of Slips Trips and Falls. Again a complete new approach with photographs. l SG27 Temporary Edge Protection is a complex area and is considered with TG1 Roof Edge Protection. There are only four Safety Guidance notes to consider next year. 26
The NASC Health & Safety Committee strives for best practice in the industry
Industry representation The Health & Safety Committee has representatives on various industry organisations including the Asbestos Liaison Group, CONIAC, UKCG, NEBOSH and Build UK. The H&S Committee works closely and actively with CISRS and all training bodies within the industry to link safety to training and training to safety. The NASC Annual Safety Report sets out our aims and what the industry can expect from NASC members but also documents comparisons in accident statistics, fatalities and injuries to operatives, causes of accidents, analysis of accidents and injuries to third parties and members of the public. There were no fatalities in 2014. We recognise the dangers facing our trade and all operatives on site. We must endeavour to ensure that this becomes the norm as it has for many years. Our aims are always to ensure that safe working procedures cover every known aspect of our work, regulations and all legislation ensuring our place is maintained at the forefront in making our workplace safer. It is also intended that we will monitor and consider associated guidance from other sources that may impact on safe working in our field
to ensure that any misinformation or conflicting advice does not lead to bad practice or confusion. While there are still many obstacles to get over I look forward to the year ahead to strengthen the work that has been done to date and be able to demonstrate that the NASC remains the driving force for taking the lead in improving health and safety in the scaffolding industry. I would also draw your attention to the makeup of the subcommittee which continues to work hard to bring the industry solid advice in working safely. We welcome John Underwood from HSE to strengthen the group further and we thank HSE for its continued support. n
Adrian Rooney is chair of the NASC Health & Safety Committee and Managing Director of Midland Scaffolding Services Ltd.
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The NASC technical committee continues to represent members and work on their behalf on issues and changes surrounding standards. It is also encouraging members to provide input on technical issues they are facing says James Attridge
ames Attridge has completed his first year as chair of the Technical Committee. Significant changes in structure have opened up opportunities for a younger team and consideration for new members is under discussion. This should serve the members well in the coming years, although there are unlikely to be significant changes to standards, at least for another three years. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is now represented by Paul Thomas who has already begun discussions about the difference in edge protection and guard rail. We will ensure clarity for all parties involved in this area. It will be a major step forward to members and the scaffolding industry as a whole. We currently advise that edge protection requires design. The work will ensure that the differences between EN13374 and EN12811 will not be in doubt and that the requirement for edge protection is technically correct. The committee is working with the Health and Safety Committee in this regard in the rewrite of TG1 and considering Safety Guidance at the same time. Safe working procedures are as critical as Technical capability and standards.
TG20:13 reaches out TG20:13 the core technical work, with support from BuildUK members has rapidly been accepted and calculations verified with support from HSE. It continues to be adopted by non-member scaffolders. We aim to reach out to all scaffolders –not just members – and eliminate doubt on site. Design will still play a major part due to the flexibility of tube and fitting scaffolds. The extremes of TG20 in house build and specialist areas such as offshore and suspended scaffolds will continue to depend on design, of course. Compliance sheets are clear in their capability and proving to support all areas where data is required.
Standard committees We continue to be represented in BSI committees and in Europe where we strengthen our ties to ensure that we are in touch with change. There are potential new standards from Europe in regard to prefabricated products with a new working group WG15. There is also a renewed BS1139-2 and BS1139-6. We will also work
The Technical Committee is the voice of members on standards
We have endeavoured to ensure technical representation is maintained at regional meetings. Feedback and involvement is essential to stretching the group to perform
and we would welcome enquiries from members in regard to technical issues that need addressing. If you consider further guidance is beneficial then we will bring it to the group. It is your committee and here to serve. We would again express our thanks for the work of all members who have served over the years in the development of TG20 and other guidance. Membership is a prime requirement to serve on Committees unless a specific skill or knowledge is required in renewing and developing specific guidance. Membership of the committee is well balanced and should give longevity. We offer our thanks to their dedicated commitment and expertise. n
“TG20:13 has rapidly been accepted and continues to be adopted by non-member scaffolders.We aim to reach out to all scaffolders – not just members – and eliminate doubt on site”
James Attridge is Chair of the NASC Technical Committee and Director of JFE Attridge Scaffolding Services Co Ltd.
to practical guidance on used product and its ability to meet those standards. We have recently considered splits in used scaffold boards and aim to introduce advice in this regard. Guidance notes will continue to be developed and issues will continue to need review. We are considering established designs for which we have data that may form part of a new guidance to support TG20.
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Des Moore explains the NASC Code of Practice and how the Hire, Sales and Manufacturing Commitee works to ensure compliace with CoP
Des Moore is Chair of the NASC Hire, Sales & Manufacturing Committee and Managing Director of TRAD Scaffolding Group.
Jerry Watts is Director of QSI Ltd and auditor for the NASC Code Practice audit process.
he NASC Code of Practice for scaffolding products was originally introduced in 2007 for system scaffolds. The scope of the audit has since been expanded to incorporate EN39 Tube, EN74-1 couplers, BS2482 timber board, and aluminium beams. TG20 compliant unit transoms and high tensile 3.2mm tube will be incorporated to the list of audited products in 2016. The rationale behind the NASC CoP audit was to introduce a level of compliance that supplier members should adhere to, with the audit process covering quality systems and procedures; product testing; raw material and components; and process control. Where appropriate, relevant BS, EN and ISO Standards are utilised. Audits are carried out by a third party company, QSI Ltd, at member company UK sites, and, in most cases, at manufacturing sites worldwide. A list of compliant products is posted on the NASC website. The NASC CoP audit is specific to new product at point of entry to the UK. In some instances compliant products are also
The NASC Code of Practice audit was introduced in 2010 for System Scaffold products. Since that time the programme has been advanced to include EN39 Tube, supplied by other NASC hire/sale members. EN74-1 Couplers, BS2482 Timber Boards, The NASC Hire, Sales and Manufacturing Aluminium Beams and most recently High Committee meets regularly throughout the Tensile Tube. year. Its principal purpose is to advance the The rationale behind the Code of Practice agenda for the supplier sector generally. It not audit was to introduce a level of compliance only monitors the NASC CoP audit process, that NASC members should adhere to, with but also discusses areas where the sector might be able to develop innovative products the audit covering Quality Management, which might be of benefit to the membership Product Testing and Raw Material and Component control. 2016 also sees the and the industry as a whole. requirement for mandatory manufacturing One of the group’s central objectives is site visits for all System Scaffold products active dialogue and engagement with the with a significant number of additional audit contracting membership, with a view to ensuring that scaffolding products used by the questions in relation to Product and Process industry comply with NASC CoP requirements. Control. Compliant products are listed on the Liaison with ASITO (the industry training group) is also an important aspect of the work NASC website with the NASC contracting membership being encouraged to utilise of the committee, specifically with regard to products which comply with the NASC Code the requirement for CISRS system scaffold of Practice for scaffolding projects.” product training. ■
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Contractual matters are part of daily life in a scaffolding business and the Contracts Committee exists to offer advice to NASC members. Trevor Clarke reports on a productive year for the Committee involving revisions to key guidance.
015 has been a busy year for the NASC Contracts Committee. The primary focus of the group has been to progress the revision of guidance on the following matters, all of which are long overdue for review: Late Payment of Commercial Debt; Payment under the Construction Act; Adjudication â€“ its use by the Subcontractor; and Preparation of Schedules of Rates. Additionally the committee has been drafting supplementary guidance which has provisionally been entitled as follows: Credit Control. How to Chase Debt. Attention is also being given to the following items, all of which will be issued in the New Year: Preparation of Quotations; Pre-tender information from the Client; Pre-contract Meetings; Engineering and Construction Subcontract. New or revised guidance on the following forms part of the committeeâ€™s ongoing agenda: Substance Abuse; Induction Training; and Employment Contracts.
As part of its remit the committee provides representation to the pan-industry Contractors Legal Group. NASC input, as specialists and supply chain representatives, is highly-valued by the principal contractors. There is clear benefit to the NASC membership as a whole from being part of this group. The committee has also continued to reap the benefit of participation on the committee by Liz Bridge of the Joint Taxation Committee (JTC). Her insight on taxation and related matters is welcomed and is greatly appreciated. The NASC membership as a whole is also able to benefit by accessing copies of JTCâ€™s regular monthly Newsline bulletin, copies of which are posted on the NASC website. The committee remains a small but dedicated band which punches above its weight in terms of what it delivers. Geographically speaking, representation is excellent. Member input from the South West, the Midlands, and the North helps to complement the experience of London and
Trevor Clarke is chair of the NASC Contracts Committee and Managing Director of Amber Scaffolding Ltd.
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Fall prevention guide: NASC updates SG4:15 The NASC is pleased to announce the latest edition of the flagship safety guidance note SG4 - ‘Preventing falls in Scaffolding Operations’
ince its inception almost 20 years ago, SG4 has stood the test of time and developed to become the established performance standard for the protection of scaffolders working at height. This popular publication is widely accepted by HSE, Principal Contractors, client organisations and other stakeholders across all sectors of industry, both nationally and internationally.
SG4 continues to focus on the current preventative and protective measures which represent good practice, such as methods for creating the Scaffolders’ Safe Zone. The new title, ‘Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations’ reflects the focus of the guidance to protect scaffolders working at height during erection, alteration and dismantling operations, which formed the fundamental objective of the working party.
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Although many of the principles of SG4 remain unchanged from the previous edition, the latest revision has broadened in scope to reflect the significantly increased number of TG20 compliant scaffolds, changes to current good practice and scaffolding industry innovations. THESE INCLUDE: Erecting floor height lifts Bridging with beams Loading bay gate installation Cantilever scaffolding Chimney stack scaffolding New personal fall protection equipment
This revision reinforces our commitment to our membership to ensure the guidance remains current and it has been revised to reflect the needs of the scaffolding industry as a whole and to form the basis for continual improvement in scaffolding safety.
Work at height is by far the biggest risk faced by scaffolders and adhering to the principles within the guidance will not only serve to offer continual improvement in accident prevention, but also to assist users to meet their legal obligations in relation to work at height. As with previous versions, this guidance is again supported by a user guide, (SG4:YOU) to provide essential information to scaffolders in a user-friendly format. Additional supporting information for employers will be available via the NASC website (www.nasc.org.uk).
“SG4 Works! The NASC accident statistics speak for themselves and in light of these, this revision has been more of a fine-tuning exercise rather than trying to reinvent the wheel…” Kevin Ward, NASC Immediate Past President 34
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Centre Point conversion project starts with soaring success on scaffolding PROJECT: CENTRE POINT TOWER CLIENT: ALAMACANTAR MAIN CONTRACTOR: BROOKFIELD MULTIPLEX NASC MEMBER: TRAD SCAFFOLDING
At each cantilevered section, TRAD installed bespoke netted fans. Before installing the main sheeting, it incorporated temporary netting on to the beamwork and scaffold. Throughout the build, it used tethered tools, materials and fittings. To further reduce risk, TRAD erected the cantilevers on wheels within the building, so they could be rolled out when 90% complete. The result is one of London’s most impressive scaffold installations, and a testament to the close collaboration between TRAD’s designers, the contract team led by senior manager Alan McShane, and the management of Brookfield Multiplex.
result of months of planning and negotiation, TRAD Scaffolding undertook what is arguably one of London’s most challenging scaffold projects of recent times. Working on behalf of client Alamacantar and main contractor Brookfield Multiplex, TRAD’s brief was to erect a multilevel, cantilevered scaffold structure, including a temporary roof, around the iconic Centre Point Tower. This building rises to 117 metres and 33 floors, and dominates one of Europe’s busiest road junctions.
Challenge accepted The Richard Seifert-designed building has attracted both admiration and controversy since its construction at the east end of Oxford Street in 1966, and was given listed status in 1995. The developers have taken on Rick Mather Architects and Conran and Partners to design the project, who, it said would “revive its sixties design appeal alongside cutting edge design and technology”. It will be turned into 82 one-
Centre Point took working at height to new levels
to five-bedroom apartments boasting pool, spa and fitness facilities, as well as views over the west end. The project, which will include a new public square
“In preparation for its transformation into flats, the planning and build of the scaffold structure presented several unique challenges. Directly below the building is the live Crossrail site and to overcome risks to the public TRAD adopted numerous safety control measures”
and 41,780 square feet of retail space, is next to Tottenham Court Road station which will eventually be served by the new Crossrail links. In preparation for its transformation into flats, the planning and build of the scaffold structure presented TRAD with several unique challenges. Directly below the building is the live Crossrail site, and in order to overcome the significant risks to both the public and the busy traffic below, TRAD adopted numerous safety control measures.
Various sectors of the construction industry have offered positive comments, and even some of TRAD Scaffolding’s competitors have seen fit to praise the project. With over 12,600 square metres of material to be raised by hoist in four cantilevered sections, and in the face of very difficult wind and rain issues, TRAD delivered the project on time, without incident or accident, and to the highest standards of engineering workmanship, thanks to the diligent approach of TRAD’s onsite project supervisor Kevin Hattersley and his 20-strong team. TRAD completed the temporary roof structure in September and are now carrying out the spiral sequence adaption phase, which involves providing access to the building’s thousands of windows and concrete areas. TRAD management and on-site teams are already busy planning the dismantle stages which will involve a bottom-upward removal and clear, to unveil what will be a fully and spectacularly restored building.
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Scaffold is welcome guest at wedding venue PROJECT: ASHTON MEMORIAL NASC MEMBER ALLIED SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR KEEPMOAT
llied Scaffolding Ltd was contracted to carry out scaffolding to Grade 1 Listed Building Ashton Memorial, Lancaster. Originally built in 1909 by industrialist Lord Ashton in memory of his wife, the building has been used since the late 1980s as a local tourist attraction and wedding venue. The building required an extensive refurbishment including cleaning and repairs to stone work, roofing, painting and internal decoration to restore it to its former glory. Various scaffolds were required to enable works to be carried out including external scaffold towers to clean and repair the Portland Stone. This part of the operation, although not technically difficult, had to protect the permanent heritage features as well having complex planning challenges ensuring couples who had weddings booked were
Wedding venue Ashton Memorial was in use during works
not disappointed to find a scaffold spoiling their dream wedding. With this in mind every aspect of scaffolding was meticulously planned, erected, dismantled and re-erected where required without having an impact on operations. Internally a large scaffold mat was built by fixing proprietary
brackets into the wall. The conical shape of the building was used so as not to impose loads on the hall floor. A bespoke plan was developed with the client to protect and maintain the building but also provide a practical solution to trades. This was complicated further as the
only way to service materials to this location was through a small service door 20m from ground. Materials were passed using a mobile hoist piece by piece so as not to overload the building façade and also ensuring the safety of operatives. Ian Reynolds project manager for Keepmoat was happy with the results. “I arranged many meetings with Allied and we drew up sketches of how to carry out the works without the appearance of covering the building with scaffold. Everything was against us: the building remained in use with weddings and public access, and the weather imposed constraints as the memorial is situated on top of a hill overlooking the open channel. Allied was no doubt the right team for the job and carried out the works swiftly and with professional interest to achieve our goals.”
The right treatment for hospital refurbishment PROJECT: RAMPTON SECURE HOSPITAL NASC MEMBER BURFLEX SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR BALFOUR BEATTY
urflex Scaffolding has completed the installation of more than 530 linear metres of scaffolding at Rampton Secure Hospital in Nottinghamshire. The access is central to an extensive refurbishment programme at the site and encompasses a wide range of activities including internal and external façades and roof refurbishment. Burflex installed scaffold access around the building’s C and D wings to a height of 11 metres, providing five lifts that could be simultaneously used by the restoration workers on the project. The Layher Allround system helped address key access issues at the site. The high security fences called for a crane to be brought in to move
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equipment into the working area. The wide bays and no crossbracing that were specified for the work also helped to provide unhindered movement around the scaffold structure. Its design also
helped Burflex Scaffolding to address a key consideration at the site. Through close work with the scaffold manufacturer, Burflex was able to specify ‘gap-fill decks’ which were positioned between
the main platform and hop-up platforms to produce a gap-free, trip-free level working area. Burflex also installed staircases and innovative four leg, but high load capacity, loading bay platforms at key points in the scaffold layout to optimise movement of both the workforce and the positioning of material. “This is clearly an important facility and one where the highest levels of operation are vital – a principle that extends fully to the refurbishment work being undertaken,” says Rich Fieldhouse operations manager at Burflex Scaffolding. “It is a good demonstration of how we can work closely with the equipment supplier to identify and install the most appropriate systems to meet precise requirements.”
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Bristol City Hall demanded detailed design
RSC work included a wrap depicting the building
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PROJECT: BRISTOL CITY HALL NASC MEMBER: BRYSON SCAFFOLDING LTD MAIN CONTRACTOR: OVERBURY PLC
ryson Scaffolding Ltd was appointed by Overbury Plc to provide scaffold to contribute to both the internal and external refurbishment of Bristol City’s purpose built Council House, now named City Hall. Original building works commenced pre-WW2 and were completed a decade after. The Grade 2 listed landmark building is still occupied by its original commissioning body and is at the heart of the City Council’s legislative and promotional functions. The building consists of curved and staggered elevations with a mixture of ground levels, basements and non-load bearing obstacles which presented scaffolding difficulties. This was overcome with detailed designs and beam work, transferring and disbursing loads to suitable load bearing surfaces.
The scaffolding works commenced July 2015 and are scheduled to be dismantled at various stages leading up to April 2016. The early project requirements were for hoist scaffolding and 2nr external boarded rubble chutes provided at each floor level to enable waste material from the demolition works to be removed from the building. Bryson Scaffolding Ltd had to site equipment within a confined area whilst ensuring that access could be gained by large waste removal vehicles. The construction programme then dictated for all external elevations to be erected in a progressive manner to provide access to all windows for refurbishments works. Later aspects of work included internal access scaffolding to all staircases and a large scale birdcage to the Old Council Cash Hall providing access for mechanical, electrical and many other finishing trades.
PROJECT: ROYAL SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY SWAN WING NASC MEMBER: TAMWORTH SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR: THE SHAYLOR GROUP
amworth Scaffolding Co Ltd was awarded the scaffolding contract at the end of April 2015 for the £4.8m refurbishment of the oldest part of the Royal Shakespeare Company home, ‘The Swan Wing’ for main contractor The Shaylor Group. Part of the initial brief was the need for the remaining RSC to remain open to the public whilst restoration works were taking place and the need for quiet time working while rehearsals and live performances were taking place. The scaffold consisted of a fully designed, independent scaffold and HAKI temporary roof to form a weather-proof enclosure whilst the existing roof coverings were taken off and replaced. Also employed was a 12m x 12m loading bay constructed with 750mm deep aluminium beams with a 5.0 kN/m2 loading. From this a 500kg goods hoist and a staircase were erected.
An internal birdcage scaffolding was erected off RMD soldiers to spread the loads across existing load bearing walls to form working platforms and also protection decks to the existing glass lanterns. A HAKI public access staircase was used as a temporary fire escape while the works are carried out. The RSC commissioned a scaffold wrap measuring 28m x 16m which was fixed to the front elevation of the scaffold depicting an image of the existing building. The 1879 wing forms the entrance of the current Swan Theatre, and was built as part of the original Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. The façade and interior of the building will be significantly restored, revealing the heritage within the building. The works are due to be completed in spring 2016 to coincide with the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.
Safe landing on Leicester Square PROJECT: LEICSTER SQUARE BUILD NASC MEMBER JDC MAIN CONTRACTOR BROOKFIELD MULTIPLEX
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rookfield Multiplex won the project to redevelop a landmark building on Leicester Square in central London. The scheme, designed by Make Architects, will provide high-end retail at ground level and seven floors totalling 90,000ft² office space in a
redevelopment of the whole block. The building will receive a new core, new floorplates, a new upper storey of accommodation and a new roof. The main perimeter facade of the old building was retained and shored up with steelwork but the roof will have a contemporary bladed
structure. JDC installed the temporary access scaffold which included Readylok transoms providing a clear access walkway to all working lifts. Various areas at ground level had to be bridged to maintain access into the site and existing services. The project is due to complete in 2016.
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It was purchased by The P J Livesey Group and Henry Boot, with PJ Livesey acting as the main contractor who are completely refurbishing this impressive building, both externally and internally and turning it into luxury apartments along with a retail unit. The site is set within its own grounds and has impressive views over the world famous York Racecourse. P J Livesey’s on site offices accessed via a Layher Staircase and cabin gantry, specially designed to fit in with the cabin configuration. The external of the building will be accessed via a fully boarded, debris netted, 350mtr x 12 Lift independent scaffold to enable P J Livesey to service both the windows and the stone works. The standards are being positioned to the sides of the windows and adjustable transoms are being utilised to enable easy window access. The scaffold will incorporate 2 x 2000kg Electric Hoists, one either side of the Rear which will service materials and manpower to roof level. The scaffold is being tied to the building with Eye Bolt ties and plastic plugs and the holes are being back filled by P J Livesey via cherry picker at their request. The scaffold will incorporate a 24m high Layher temporary staircase with 12 No landing levels and a loading bay.
At roof level new penthouse suites are being erected, which require internal and external scaffolds. The roof will be accessed via the Layher staircase and hoists. The assistance of a crane will expedite the roof scaffolds with the materials being positioned at various landing points. The internal scaffold is predominately made up of multi-level birdcages to enable the individual apartments to be built. These are being erected on a strip and move basis in line with the bricklayers requirements. Internal lifts shafts are also required for both blockwork and engineers access. Part of the building is to be completed early with a view to using them as Show Apartments so to enable this the external scaffold is being erected in phases, 3 on the front and 3 on the rear. Each phase incorporates a hire period of 22 weeks. SAY Scaffolding Ltd where picked for this project due to both our reputation for working with historic buildings and our ability to interpret the client’s requirements at quote stage and understand their vision for the job. We are proud to be involved with such a prestigious project, once again breathing life back into a world famous building.
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Xervon jumps through complex Hoola HUB challenge with design solution PROJECT: HOOLA DEVELOPMENT NASC MEMBER: XERVON PALMERS MAIN CONTRACTOR: CARILLION
ERVON Palmers has provided scaffolding for Carillion’s Prestigious ‘Hoola’ London Dockside HUB Development. An innovative scaffold structure has been erected at the prestigious 24-storey “Hoola” twin tower residential HUB development in London’s Royal Docks, on the banks of the River Thames, run by one of the UK’s leading main contractors Carillion. The large new scaffolding contract is the latest in a number of scaffolding and access provision contracts for XERVON Palmers with main contractor Carillion.
Complex challenges The complex nature of the works meant that tube and fitting was the preferred scaffolding equipment – necessitating the deployment of highly skilled, tube and fitting scaffolders for this job in London City. The scaffolding requirements initially looked reasonably straightforward. However, post contract developments resulted in a more complex
Work is underway on the £90m Hoola residential development
job requiring a significant scaffold design to allow the scaffolding to cater for Carillion’s requirements and the complicated architecture of the circling ‘Hoola’ balconies on both 24-storey towers. Described by those on the contract (including all 42 XERVON Palmers scaffolding operatives) as “one of the UK’s most challenging structures to provide scaffolding for” the scaffold’s primary function is as a protection deck for the public, with 24 complicated fan designs spanning both towers protecting the scaffolders on the development and the public below. There are also significant loading bays to facilitate the installation of pre-fabricated
“The scaffolding requirements initially looked straightforward. However, post contract developments resulted in a more complex job...described by those on the contract as ‘one of the UK’s most challenging structures to provide scaffolding for’”
pods and a number of Uniscaff staircases, which will stay on the construction site after the scaffold structure is dismantled in January 2016 – almost a year after the scaffolding project commenced.
Prestige and pride The £90m Hoola development – funded by Chinese investors – is one of London’s most prestigious new developments and will provide 360 new homes, from studios to three bedroom apartments, many with views across the Thames, the O2 Arena and the Thames barrier, with the Emirates cable car soaring overhead.The deal involves the design and construction of one 24 storey tower and one 23 storey tower, to house residential apartments and one commercial unit. The buildings will have particularly strong environmental features including blue roofs, which have been developed to manage surface water runoff and storage and energy sharing agreements to provide district heating.
Ian McFarlane, director for business and project Development at XERVON Palmers said he is pleased with how things have progressed. “The scaffolding being provided at Hoola is challenging and complex, and we are very proud of our designers, managers and operatives for working together with Carillion to provide the complex and innovative scaffold – reflecting the bold, modern development it’s attached to and doing a superb job of protecting both the construction workers and general public on or near the development site.” Donald Morrison, CEO of XERVON Palmers also commented on the project. “Hoola confirms what XERVON Palmers is capable of: creating significant, large-scale scaffold structures on iconic new (and heritage) structures. Working closely with leading main contractors on major projects like this is one of our core aims and we’re proud to provide quality scaffolding to support Carillion on this project.”
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Modern solutions to Victorian access problems PROJECT: GRAND HOTEL BIRMINGHAM NASC MEMBER SCAFFOLD ERECTION SERVICES MAIN CONTRACTOR GRESWOLDE CONSTRUCTION LTD
xtensive and innovative designed scaffold was called for at the major restoration works to the Grade 2 listed Victorian Grand Hotel in Birmingham which has been ongoing since 2012. The Grand has had many past redevelopments although none on a scale as large as the current restoration and remodelling plans that will deliver a modern hotel and retail building restored to its past grandeur. Not least amongst the access problems to overcome was the need to provide a scaffold for first phase courtyard roof and façade works whilst maintaining the integrity of the lower roofs to the many courtyard building extensions. A scaffold fixed to the walls above the lower roofs was the solution. Using bespoke wall shear anchors a design has been developed and implemented that has a nine lift-high scaffold
Access to courtyard demanded complex solutions
supported entirely off a gallows bracket scaffold fixed onto the wall to half of the elevation where no ground based scaffold can be constructed. Where a ground based scaffold is available to be constructed to the courtyard floor the remainder of the elevation scaffold is supported
by prefabricated beam spans anchored to the wall. In addition SES has designed and erected 30- high loading platforms and access stairs supported in part by prefabricated beam spans. To the opposite courtyard an intricate designed mat of beam work supports an access scaffold
to the elevations above the Grand Ballroom. This scaffold in turn allowed access scaffold to be constructed to 18 splendid Victorian chimneys. SES has also designed and constructed a back propping system through the hotel basements and vaults to support all of the work required in the courtyard. The access has continued as extensive structures are built to the rear street elevations to enable the remaining roof works and façade restoration and to the new Sky suites being constructed above the courtyards main buildings. Greswolde project manager Dave Jenkins has many years’ experience with specialist restoration companies. “This project is by far the most complex remodelling work I have been involved in to date and the access works are one of the most difficult aspects to overcome. ”
No ground support poses university challenge PROJECT: UNIVERSITY CAMPUS AYLESBURY VALE (UCAV) NASC MEMBER PRO ACCESS SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR MORGAN SINDALL PLC
n innovative access solution was demonstrated in Aylesbury by Pro Access Scaffolding Ltd. The creation of a cantilevered roof access structure during the construction of a new multi-million pound educational centre by main contractor Morgan Sindall plc, met clear-cut challenges. There were significant space restrictions at the site to the extent that the building of an access support scaffold from the ground was not possible. The solution was to take advantage of Layher Allround design to install the structure from the slab on the building’s third floor. From here, the remaining scaffold was raised 3.5 metres to create a perimeter structure from which the roof cladding
Cantilevered roof access in tight space
could then be constructed. The design of the building features an overhanging roof which called for the access scaffold to be cantilevered three metres beyond the perimeter.
“The versatility and inherent strength of the scaffold system enabled us to address this requirement in a highly effective way,” says Pro Access director, Mark Chapman, adding that
this avoided the need to use a tube and fitting alternative which would have taken longer to build, required more material and more design input. The method used also minimised the impact of the roof scaffold build on the façade construction. The curtain wall and glazing operations were able to proceed unhindered with, again, a beneficial impact on project scheduling. “The installation of the access scaffold for the roof installation also gained from the fact that we were able to use the building’s internal stairwell for personnel access,” continues Chapman. He explains that this helped to keep the scaffold’s footprint to a minimum – a further aid in addressing the space limitations at the site.
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Narrow Edinburgh road presented challenges
Sheffield student accommodation
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PROJECT: SHEFFIELD STUDENT ACCOMMODATION NASC MEMBER: SILVER STAR SERVICES MAIN CONTRACTOR: CREATE CONSTRUCTION
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he 1960s Telecom House in Sheffield is being transformed into 368 studios with the 14-storey landmark building set to grow with the addition of a15th floor. The project has had to accommodate a pedestrian walkway and an adjacent five-storey car park which, effectively, acts as a podium from which the residence rises above. The installation rises up to 35 lifts – approximately 70 metres – to provide multi-level access. “The lightweight design of the system used simplifies handling which then combines with built-in rosette connectors that enabled erection times to be reduced when compared to tube and fitting alternatives,” says Tony Clarkin managing director of Silver Star Scaffolding Services. Clarkin also highlights the scaffold’s wide bay design and the fact that it does not require cross-bracing. This not only helps to optimise safe movement around the structure
for the various trades on site, but is also of great significance when large size components need to be handled – of particular importance here as the design of the building features large window fittings. Other considerations that had to be accommodated included a significant gradient at ground level and restrictions associated with building directly from the top level of the car park. Pedestrian access is being maintained across the front of the building by the creation of a protective canopy using triple aluminium beams. On the car park, Silver Star Scaffolding has built the scaffold from specially installed steel sections which were designed to minimise contact with the surface. The installation, which utilised the Layher Allround system, was used in conjunction with mast climbers. Each scaffold lift was fully fitted out with decking to give permanent access to all working faces with two full height stairtowers also installed.
ighly effective workforce access and aesthetic appearance have combined in the centre of Edinburgh where Project Scaffolding has installed scaffold structures during the construction of a new mixed use development for Standard Life Investments and Peveril Securities. The installation – using Layher Allround – created a multi-lift façade scaffold along an extremely narrow public road and provided full access to a series of 15 stacked cabins which form the site office complex for the project. Two public access stair systems were installed each with three 180° turns to minimise the footprint, and which led onto three 50-metre walkway runs each approximately 1.1 metres wide. One side of the new building faces onto Meuse Lane which presented particular challenges due to the limited road width. Here, a façade scaffold was erected to provide multi-level
access offering key advantages for the installation of the glass and fascia sections. Wide bays and almost no cross-bracing requirements are important factors here as was the fact that there were minimal tie-in opportunities. The scaffold walkways along Meuse Lane were designed to be less than two metres wide, ensuring minimal impact on the adjacent road width, while the installation of a fan structure along its full length provided important protection below. The fully decked scaffold then rose 11 lifts above the fan to provide comprehensive access to the structure. Also above the fan structure, an external access stairway was constructed so as not to interfere with the required work area within the façade. “This is an important building in a highly regarded part of the Scottish capital so all aspects of the scaffold installation had to meet critical performance and aesthetic objectives,” says Stephen Guthrie, Scotland director at Project Scaffolding.
Crossing the tracks PROJECT: CREDITON STATION NASC MEMBER SRK SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR AMCO RAIL
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inimal track closures were achieved at Crediton Station by a temporary bridging installation undertaken by SRK Scaffolding. The project was part of a refurbishment and repair programme. SRK Scaffolding used the Layher bridging system and
pedestrian stairs with a GRP slip resistant overlay and bespoke handrail system. The company erected two support towers on facing platforms, to which the stairs were then connected, together with a third temporary tower from the rails themselves.
The bridge, which spanned 15 metres and was positioned five metres above the rails, also used Layher protect panels to a height of two metres which were fixed both sides of the bridge walkway to act as a safety screen.
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Technology and art combine to make showstopping scaffold performance PROJECT: EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OPENING EVENT NASC MEMBER: TURNER ACCESS MAIN CONTRACTOR: EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL & 59 PRODUCTIONS
he Edinburgh International Festival transforms the city for three weeks in August with the finest creators and performers from the worlds of the arts. Edinburgh’s iconic Usher Hall theatre was the venue for the Festival’s opening event, The Harmonium Project, and the scene for Turner Access to provide an events access package. Using the Turner OCTO® Scaffolding System, Turner Access provided five structures for viewing, control, projection and sound that allowed animations to be projected onto the walls. The animated projections were made by 59 Productions who combined technology and art to make a work that celebrated the science of singing.
Artistic challenges The project itself presented several challenges for the Turner Access Contracts and Design Divisions. It was of the utmost importance that the scaffolding structures were
Edinburgh International Festival event required technical and aesthetic solutions
aesthetically pleasing so they did not detract from the visual impact of the performance. It was also crucial that the structures offered complete peace of mind to the principal contractor with regards to safety and security due to the very close proximity of the audience and general public. The sound and lighting structures had to be completely rigid to prevent any movement whatsoever and the integral strength of the structures had to be of such quality that they minimized any unwanted movements that could again affect the quality of the performance. With months of preparation by the sound and creative engineers, the directors and
“The sound and lighting structures had to be completely rigid and the integral strength of the structures had to minimize any unwanted movements that could affect the quality of the performance.”
event planners, it was crucial that the structures were built quickly and to the exact time specification, in line with the programme timetable. The flush top standards meant that each structure was extremely neat in appearance, with no protruding elements whatsoever. Visual safety checks were quick and easy when the pre-handover inspection of the scaffolds was carried out.
Feeling flush Trip hazards were eliminated with flush decking throughout the viewing platform structure which was crucial with members of the public using the scaffold to view the performance on the night. The OCTO® joint is also designed to be vibration resistant which meant the four sound and lighting structures were completely rigid. Concrete ballast blocks were added to the structures to further ensure stability. Maximising productivity
through use of fewer components, the contract utilised 2.5m bay lengths, which reduced the volume of equipment on site. This was particularly important for this project as it meant less time unloading and physically moving scaffolding in such a densely populated area. Lighter components allowed the Turner Access scaffolding operatives to build all five structures within the two days allocated. An audience of almost 20,000 people gathered to view the spectacular transformation of the Usher Hall theatre. The project was completely unique in its visual and musical performance and in the scope of its creativity and imagination. John Robb, head of technical at Edinburgh International Festival said: “It is always a pleasure to work with Turner Access. Their professionalism and attention to detail is second to none. The finished structures were exactly what were desired.”
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Banking on rolling roof for Lloyds project PROJECT: LLOYDS BRISTOL NASC MEMBER CHRIS SEDGEMAN SCAFFOLDING LTD MAIN CONTRACTOR WATES SMARTSPACE
he project for Lloyds head office in Bristol consists of two main scaffolds. The first to the internal area of the building was to allow for an inspection of the diamond shaped glass atrium roof. The challenge was that the scaffold had to be erected 24m high with under floor heating under porcelain tiles and also a lower ground car park. Sedgeman came up with the idea of suspending the scaffolding from the top floor. This would then eliminate the need to have scaffolds in the car park. The scaffold was designed to ensure the tiles were protected whilst positioning the equipment into place by using a new soundproof monarflex which was padded enough to protect the floor. Scaffold was erected from the top floor down. Floor and
Rolling roofs were used for Lloyds glass atrium work
ceiling tiles had to be removed so the scaffold could be fixed to the concrete floor. The scaffold was fully decked with steel battens to reduce the weight load, sheeted and insulation boards added. Scaffold had to be erected during the night and the site
cleared for employees to arrive the next day. Scaffold was being erected within the offices, therefore we had to ensure the access was provided at all times, the scaffold was designed with no diagonal braces was used to ensure there was full access at all times.
The challenges on the outside were posed by the shape of the glass atrium. The client needed to take all the glass out in one go, but beams and a lifting gantry would take too long, so a multiple rolling roof was used. A crane positioned all of the scaffolding equipment into place in one day. The scaffolders then set out the whole scaffold comprising four rolling roofs. The first rolling roof was 10 x 2.57m bays; the second roof was 6 x 2.57m bays; the third roof was 4 x 2.57m bays and the fourth roof on the side is 7 x 2.57m bays. Due to the ease of rolling the roof just two men stayed on site. The client expected to remove the glass in three weeks – it actually took just one. At the time of going to press new glass was due to be put into position and the scaffolds removed from site.
Extreme high winds pose challenge for church PROJECT: ST MARY THE VIRGIN NASC MEMBER KIRK SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR MAYSAND LTD
irk Scaffolding was contracted to provide access scaffold for the general repairs and new roofing works for St Mary the Virgin Church in Mirfield. Kirk provided an internal birdcage type access/support scaffold to allow the new bell frame steel supports to be fitted. The project required conventional scaffolding materials in conjunction with a Duo Pitch Ubix type temporary roof frame over the full church tower. The full temporary roof enclosure was over clad with Keder roof sheeting and monarflex type side wall sheeting. The design had to take into account the very high wind the scaffold would be subjected to. At 45m high the scaffold structure was to give full access and encapsulation to the Church tower. The initial layout of the scaffold was critical to ensure the structure was
High winds were a major consideration in church project
correctly set out around the 1.8m wide x 2.0m long stone buttresses on the tower corners to give full access to corners and alcoves while also ensuring a flush finish for ease of sheeting. The main design consideration was the 11m beam
span on the rear elevation to be supported on 3.6m cantilevers from the two side elevations. The 11m main span needed to carry 11 lifts of fully boarded access plus a 10.5m roof span over the top of the tower. The main span was
achieved using four rows of 750dp Apollo ‘X-Beams’. The cantilever also utilised four rows of 750dp alloy beams. These beams required supporting on short steel ladder beams connected to five rows of standards. The total reaction load from rear span and cantilevers on either side of the tower was 125kN. The height of the structure and requirement for a roof cover also created a design problem as the last tie level was 9.5m down from eaves level. The exposed rural location resulted in wind loads of 120kN on the top six lifts, meaning that additional bracing needed to be introduced to stiffen the scaffold and transfer the loadings back to the corner box ties and ties to the parapet level. Due to high winds a scaffold hoist was fitted to raise materials in a safe and controlled manner.
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Weather protection systems were required for Phase II of restoration
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PROJECT: ROYAL WILLIAM YARD DEVELOPMENT NASC MEMBER: LTC SPECIALIST SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR: EASE MANAGEMENT CLIENT: OCEAN STUDIOS
PROJECT: AUDLEY END HOUSE PHASE II NASC MEMBER: CONNECT SCAFFOLDING CLIENT: ENGLISH HERITAGE
TC Specialist Scaffolding, a Division of LTC Group87 Ltd, is working on the latest phase of the regeneration of the Royal William Yard on the Plymouth waterfront. The Grade 1 former Royal Naval victualling buildings will be home to cafés, bars, restaurants, a museum, art galleries, offices and residential spaces. Designed by Victorian architect Sir John Rennie and constructed between 1825 and 1831, Royal William Yard is considered to be one of the most important groups of historic military buildings in Britain, it is also the largest collection of Grade 1 listed military buildings in Europe. The yard was closed by the military in 1992 at which time developer Urban Splash agreed to regenerate the listed site into the most vibrant waterfront location in Devon. This phase of works known as Ocean Studios converts
part of the Factory Cooperage into 31 individual studios for arts and craft. Due to the building’s listed status scaffold always proves to be complicated as it cannot be tied to the fabric of the building. Therefore the design had to include kentledge for which LTC used water butts placed on a map of lattice beams. The building is ‘U’ shaped and required a temporary roof over the centre section. The scaffold and temporary roof is traditionally built using tube and fittings, aluminium lattice beams and corrugated iron sheets but incorporates Haki loading bays and birdcages and the use of its new steel scaffold boards. This particular project is part of the penultimate project in the regeneration of the Royal William Yard, with the final phase seeing the bell tower converted into a five-star hotel and luxury apartments overlooking the marina.
ollowing its successful involvement in Phase I of an extensive restoration programme at Audley End House, Connect Scaffolding Ltd was awarded the contract to provide comprehensive access and weather protection systems for Phase II of the work. One of England’s grandest stately homes, the early 17thcentury country house south of Cambridge, was built to entertain royalty and is set in parkland designed by Capability Brown. Renowned as one of the finest Jacobean houses in England, it is open to the public and plays host to many events and concerts in the grounds. Conservation specialists needed to carefully restore key features of the house on the rear elevations, including the North and South Wings of the property, with major repairs required to the exterior stone façades and windows. In conjunction with engineers from the equipment supplier – Layher Ltd. – Connect Scaffolding developed a
bespoke design that provided a freestanding access solution using the Allround system. External buttressing was used at key points and extensive bridging was installed over nonload bearing, low level roofs and over access areas for the House staff. Staircases were provided on all elevations to give the craftsmen easier access to each level while, for additional protection from the elements, the scaffold was fully clad with LPS 1207 fire retardant sheeting. One key issue was the covered gulley that runs around the entire perimeter which was not load bearing so a 700mm cantilever was required on the inside which could provide sufficient load capacity for the stone repairs to be carried out. A 300kg Geda Platform hoist was installed to provide safe and easy access for raising the scaffold materials to each level. All works were completed over winter in time for the house opening to the public in spring.
Rolling role at railway PROJECT: BRISTOL TEMPLE MEADS NASC MEMBER INTERLINK SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR: ARMAC
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olling scaffold has played a major role in the removal of a redundant mail conveyor bridge at Bristol Temple Meads Station. The bridge comprised four spans over the tracks and the steel trusses were due to be lifted out by crane, but the roof, side cladding and concrete floor
needed to be removed first. Layher access scaffold was suspended from a rolling frame so that the scaffold could be rolled out over the tracks reducing possession requirements. A pair of scaffolds was erected to allow simultaneous works on two spans of the bridge. The enclosed
scaffold box allowed steelwork and cladding to be cut out, and a mini excavator used to remove the concrete floor. Steelwork was cut out from a liftshaft to allow one of the scaffolds to be rolled through onto the third span; the second scaffold was then re-erected on the fourth span.
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Scaffold firm shows its head for heights when tackling tower façade access test PROJECT: ARCHWAY TOWER NASC MEMBER: BROGAN GROUP CLIENT: ESSENTIAL LIVING
pecialist access contractor, Brogan Group, was contracted this year to provide an access package for the redevelopment of the mammoth Archway Tower in Islington., London. The Archway Tower, at 2 Junction Road, Archway, is a 195-foot (59 m) office building built over Archway tube station, first completed in 1963. The Tower is a redevelopment project involving the conversion of office space to residential, that was previously occupied by the Court of Protection and the Office of the Public Guardian. Essential Living purchased the building in 2013 for £6m, saying that its intention was to use the new permitted development rules to make the brutalist 16-storey Archway Tower into “one of the country’s biggest office-toresidential conversions”. The redevelopment will create more than 100 new homes to rent inside the tower.
All the way up The project required a complex, combined access design by Brogan Group as it called for full height perimeter access in the form of scaffolding and mastclimbers along with access to the full façade of the building’s south elevation to carry out demolition and recladding works. The 56m high elevation in this area formed part of the party wall situated above the roof
A complex access design was needed for London’s Archway Tower
of Archway Station’s primary entrance on Junction Road, which is used by over 125,000 passengers every week. This created an additional constraint for Brogan’s design team, as disruption to station users and the local area had to be minimised. Access to the façade was provided by double-stacked mastclimber work platforms but, due to the location, these could not be founded at ground level or from the existing station roof. To overcome this, Brogan designed a cantilevered soldier bracket
“Access to the façade was provided by double-stacked mastclimber work platforms but these could not be founded at ground level or from the station roof”
system fixed to the building façade, located above the station roof, to support the mastclimbers at four separate locations. Each mast location required bracket supports to accommodate the four-ton mast loads with fixings back to the structural columns. In addition, the absence of cranage on site necessitated a full deck to be erected across the elevation over the roof, using the same soldier system. This enabled the mastclimber units to be driven into position before being erected to the façade’s full height, with an additional function of providing a protection and access deck over the station roof.
Double bubble Brogan installed double-stacked platforms on both twin and single masts. The two-platform
mast climber configuration allowed for the façade work to be completed efficiently, safely and enabled two crews to work simultaneously on the same elevation. Darren Breen, site manager, commented: “From our early meetings with Brogans, they were able to meet our design requirements with the construction of a twin mast, twin platform, mastclimber to work in conjunction with a 60m high scaffold for the external cladding removal. Led by an extremely efficient site management team, they produced excellent productivity in the installation. Their attention to health and safety and dedication to its promotion was singly the best I have seen from a contractor and I have actively canvassed for them to be on all my future projects.”
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Crowds congregate at Cathedral roof installation PROJECT:WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL NASC MEMBER BLENCOWE SCAFFOLDING CLIENT WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL
lencowe Scaffolding, long standing working partners to Winchester Cathedral, was approached to design, build and erect scaffolding in line with the Cathedral’s £20.5m restoration works programme with £4m being spent on major roof repairs alone. The temporary roof has been constructed to provide protection while the existing lead-work – (some dating back 150 years) is removed for remelting and replacement. The cathedral’s own roof has an incline of 60° which was accommodated by building the scaffold structure in a series of stepped lifts. In turn, this supports runners for the translucent roofing sheets which were pulled into position over the apex to create a comprehensive weather-proof cover. Blencowe Scaffolding used the Layher roofing system for the work. “The roof is located
Installing the temporary roof drew crowds at Winchester
on support scaffolding with ties located after close consultation with the stonemasons,” says David Blencowe, director of Blencowe Scaffolding. The inbuilt rosette connector system meant there were no separate fittings and the risk of material falling from height is significantly
minimised. The system also has far fewer components than a traditional system, is much lighter to handle and quicker to put up than traditional systems. The system also allowed Blencowe Scaffolding to put up the system with a minimal number of ties, minimising the
need to drill into the stonework, and the team worked closely with the stonemasons to try to put ties only into spoiled stones. Due to Blencowe Scaffolding’s longstanding relationship with the cathedral, the stonemasons trusted the scaffold team’s knowledge. It is believed that the temporary roof is the biggest single scaffold structure ever to be put on a British Cathedral. The temporary roof framework was fully constructed in the graveyard alongside the cathedral and then craned into position in four lift operations – the precision of the ground level build was critical as the structure had to match the irregularities of such an old building. The lifting process itself proved something of an attraction for the local population and regional news teams, who turned out in numbers to witness this rarely seen event.
Boatyard brief calls for towers to instal ship mast PROJECT: PORTSMOUTH DOCKYARD: BOATHOUSE NO.4 NASC MEMBER MODUS ACCESS UK MAIN CONTRACTOR INTERSERVE CONSTRUCTION
oathouse Number 4 at Portsmouth’s historic dockyard has been the focus for a comprehensive refurbishment to create a venue that combines boatbuilding and heritage skills with display and leisure attractions. “The scaffolding installation has presented specific challenges both on the outside and inside of this vast building,” says Christopher Dowse, director of Modus Access. “The scaffolding system we used has enabled us to meet these head on with features such as wide bay design and versatile rosette connection system.” Modus Access made full use of the Layher Allround system. Modus Access installed façade scaffolds to eight lifts in
The boathouse at Portsmouth is undergoing renovation
height along three sides of the building, one of which had to be built from a concrete plinth. The façade configuration also addressed the need to
bridge over an existing two-storey apex roof structure at one corner of the building. This was achieved by linking together six beams to carry the
load of the scaffold above. Inside the building, Modus Access also installed further scaffold structures to provide access to the wall fabrics and the roof area. The latter features a series of partially glazed pent sections. One of the most unusual parts of the project saw the internal erection of a scaffold to enable the installation of an eight-metre high ship’s mast. The team at Modus Access erected two free-standing, nine-metre high scaffold towers which were bridged at the top, with stair systems to provide access to the mast at multiple levels. The opening of Boathouse Number 4 will mark a major new lease of life for an old and famous building.
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Battersea Power Station’s multi-million reno fuels biggest scaffold job in town PROJECT: BATTERSEA POWER STATION NASC MEMBER: QFS SCAFFOLDING MAIN CONTRACTOR: SKANSKA
at almost every level meaning that the system needed to be adaptable to lend itself to change. The structure has to be supported from the original retention foundation that spans over 15m at the base. QFS opted for the versatile HAKI universal scaffold system was best placed for the project. The HAKI system allowed the grid layout to change and adapt as the scaffold progressed meaning that the metal decks were not reliant on standard positioning. Board to board ledgers and deck direction changes make the system versatile so the setting out of complex structures becomes a lot easier. If a metal deck size does not work then a simple switch to variable timber board can be made by adding the system transoms. The absence of cross bracing and the wide bay design, provides clear unobstructed walkways throughout. Anthony Noble, QFS contracts director, commented: “The product support received from the HAKI team has been key to delivering difficult and challenging access solutions.”
FS Scaffolding Ltd has been commissioned by Skanska, to provide the scaffold and access solutions required to the Grade II Listed Battersea Power station. The station ceased generating electricity in 1983, but has for many years been one of the best-known landmarks in London and recognised throughout the world. The station’s renowned status owes much too numerous popular culture references, which include the album cover of Pink Floyd’s Animals. Skanska was awarded the £750m contract to rebuild Battersea Power Station at the end of 2014. The Grade II listed building is the centrepiece of the 42-acre regeneration scheme that is taking place on the south side of the Thames.
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Battersea Power Station is a £750m construction project
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“The sound and lighting structures had to be completely rigid and the integral strength of the structures had to minimize any unwanted movements that could affect the quality of the performance. ”
structures varying in both layout and height. Given the complexity of the project and the fast pace of the enabling program QFS carried out extensive research into the system market to find a viable solution to deliver the access requirements. One of the main focal points was to find a system adaptable enough to cater for the existing steel façade retention within the main Boiler House Area. The steels span 150m in length, 14m in width and 52m in height. The layout is varied
The £750m rebuild project is one of the largest scaffolding access contracts in London with QFS erecting in excess of 3500 tonnes of system scaffold. QFS Management are no strangers to contracts of such complexity; the in-house design team has worked closely with HAKI and Skanska to develop the extensive and challenging access requirements for the project. Works on the Power Station are scheduled for completion in 2019.
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Science park short schedule proves no problem PROJECT: BIRMINGHAM SCIENCE PARK NASC MEMBER MALVERN SCAFFOLDING LTD MAIN CONTRACTOR: THOMAS VALE CONSTRUCTION (BOUYGUES)
-Centrum is the newest building at Birmingham Science Park. It is set to be a landmark building amongst the new wave of construction and development in central Birmingham. The concrete-frame and clad building is a joint venture between Thomas Vale Construction (Bouygues) and Birmingham City Council. The I-Centrum scaffold needed to be fully erected as soon as the concrete frame was finished in order to keep to a tight programme. A full elevation 40m long and 12m high was erected in one week so that the follow-on trades of Metsec framing and then Cementitious Board could start almost immediately. As part of the pre-planning Malvern developed the complete scaffold design in conjunction with HAKI, identifying all the
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Early planning on I-Centrum project was essential with tight timing
requisite tie positions. A specific tie configuration and components were specified and this enabled Thomas Vale to cast-in the correct anchors at appropriate intervals directly into the concrete frame as it was poured. This early planning was a key contributing factor in
getting the scaffold erected quickly and compliantly when the frame was ready. The HAKI Scaffold was tied directly into the anchors from the inside legs and provided the follow on trades with unobstructed steel decked working platforms seven boards wide.
The two inside boards were installed onto retractable brackets which meant that when the time came for one of the boards to be removed to facilitate installation of the external cladding this could be done with ease. A whole elevation being achievable in one day with just one operative. HAKI staircases were installed on all elevations, along with HAKI loading towers. These were initially configured for use by a tower crane. And then with a simple re-design and swapping of deck components, could be adapted to allow for telehandler loading on multiple levels. The Thomas Vale project manager said: “We could see Malvern’s solution would enable us to install each elevation in just one week which worked with our tight programme. The ability to install/remove table lifts was also very beneficial.”
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MEMBERSHIP CRITERIA 6
Making the grade Being a member of the NASC demonstrates commitment to stringent practice and compliance with a rigorous set of standards which clients are increasingly specifying. Below is the membership criteria
ASC membership is open to all bona fide UK registered access and scaffolding companies. Full membership is open to all companies where access and scaffolding constitutes a significant element of their business. Applicants must be registered with ConstructionSkills as defined in Schedule 1 of the Industrial Training (Construction Board) Order 1964 (Amendment) Order 1982. Multi-disciplined companies who conform with the above criteria are eligible for membership providing the scaffolding division can be audited independently, including the provision of management accounts. The application must relate to the scaffolding division only. Non Contracting Full membership of the NASC is restricted to companies which are wholly engaged in the hire, sale, and manufacturing of access and scaffolding and associated products. It excludes companies who also carry out erection and dismantling work. In order to become a member an applicant has to be able to demonstrate that they have met the following criteria during the 12 months prior to application: a) Trading The applicant has to have been trading for two full years as a limited liability company and needs to be able to produce financial statements prepared by the company accountants to the board of Directors for the period. b) VAT The applicant must be VAT registered. c) Insurance The applicant must hold adequate levels of insurance appropriate to the turnover and wages of the business which includes a minimum Public Liability of 5 million and Employersâ€™ Liability of 10 million. d) Employment The applicant must be able to show that all management and supervision are directly employed (PAYE). A minimum of 75% of all yard and site operatives must be directly employed as a condition of membership. e) Training The NASC is committed to the full registration of site employees under the CISRS scheme. Applicants must be able to produce records and evidence of previously completed training to meet the following minimum requirements: 70
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l Minimum 90% of the scaffolding workforce must hold a current CISRS card. This includes scaffolding labourers, trainee scaffolders, scaffolders and advanced scaffolders either PAYE or subcontract. l Minimum 50% of the scaffolding workforce (excluding yard staff and drivers) must hold either a Scaffolder or Advanced Scaffolder card. l All applicants must demonstrate their commitment to the continued training and development of the workforce and provide evidence to support this. f) CITB The applicant must be registered with CITB for levy purposes. g) Health and Safety The applicant must: l Provide a satisfactory Health & Safety policy that meets current Health & Safety legislation. l Provide a Risk Assessment and Method Statement that is compliant with the CDM Regulations 2015. l Provide evidence of a satisfactory Health & Safety management system. Agree to complete the NASC annual accident return. h) Audit The applicant must complete the NASC biennial membership audit and the biennial self certification audit. i) Security The applicant must ensure that all scaffolding plant and equipment which it
owns or uses is clearly identifiable. NASC members are expected to be actively involved in crime prevention and should report all thefts of scaffolding plant and equipment to the NASC and the police. j) Meeting Attendance The applicant must be represented by a senior member of staff at a minimum of one NASC regional meeting per calendar year. The applicant must be prepared to nominate a representative to participate in NASC standing committees e.g. training, health and safety, technical and contractual. k) Construction Industry Joint Council (CIJC) Members shall operate terms and conditions of employment in accordance with agreements reached from time to time by the Construction Industry Joint Council or its successors, or equivalent terms and conditions, as a minimum requirement. I) Code of Conduct Applicants must be prepared to abide by the NASC Code of Conduct and the NASC Bye Laws and Rules. m) Management & Supervision The applicant must provide evidence of how the company manages and supervises its workforce effectively (this must include actual documented evidence of ongoing supervision records).
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CODE OF CONDUCT 6
Rules of engagement Adherence to the following Code of Conduct is a condition of membership of the National Access and Scaffolding Confederation STANDARDS
Members of the NASC shall at all times so order their conduct as to uphold the integrity and trading standards of the access and scaffolding industry and pay particular regard to the maintenance and observance of this code. Service to clients shall be rendered with absolute fidelity on a fair and equitable basis with due regard to the best standards of workmanship, integrity and courtesy. The utmost care and good faith shall be observed in the preparation of statements and estimates, having regard to the necessity for accuracy and reliability of such documents in providing a basis for transactions to be carried out with the full confidence and mutual trust of the parties concerned. In the interest of the parties, all contracts and agreements, together with any alterations thereto shall, whenever possible, be in writing.
Members shall be loyal to the interests of the NASC and shall play an active part in the work of the NASC, attend and participate at meetings. A minimum requirement is attendance at one NASC regional meeting per annum. They shall be prepared to accept nomination to office and generally further the interests of the NASC and its members. A Member shall not divulge or disclose confidential information from NASC sources to non-members. Should a Member at any time be asked by resolution of Council to explain his conduct in any matter to which the Code relates he shall submit all pertinent facts to the Officers or Committee nominated for that purpose. No Member shall consciously endeavour to attract or offer employment to an employee of a fellow Member without first having advised the fellow Member; but membership of the NASC in no way prohibits negotiation between any member and a person who on his own initiative, or in response to public advertisement, replies to that Member for employment. Members shall operate terms and conditions of employment in accordance with agreements reached from time to time by the Construction Industry Joint Council or its successors and shall abide by such statutory wage controls as may apply in
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respect of all employees, and shall take all reasonable steps to ensure wherever possible and practicable that their labour force is operated on a ‘directly employed’ basis. A Member shall guard against association with or the use of his name by any person or organisation which it might reasonably be anticipated would bring the NASC into disrepute. Members shall refrain from publicly expressing critical comment on the services, conduct or charges of a fellow Member. Members shall accept the duty of referring to the Managing Director of the NASC any breach of this Code which may appear likely to bring discredit on the NASC or its members. Members shall pledge themselves to assist each other in all matters of common concern and to provide the Managing Director of the NASC with such statistics and other information as may from time to time be requested. Training in the range of skills required by the trade shall be accepted as a collective responsibility and Members shall play their part in upholding and improving standards by participation especially in training schemes sponsored or recommended by the Council of the NASC.
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Members shall use their best endeavors to identify other members’ items of capital equipment and scaffolding stocks which may come into their possession. If any such items are identifiable by colour, names or distinguishing marks as shown in the NASC Scaffolding Marking Directory, then members shall notify the Member to whom they belong. Members shall undertake to return such items to other members who can prove ownership. Dealings in secondhand scaffolding equipment by members shall be closely checked and a member shall not purchase or offer for sale or hire any item properly identified as belonging to another member without that member’s prior written permission. Any such permission must be confirmed in writing with the owner, partner, or director of the member company whose equipment is being offered for purchase, sale or hire. Safety is of paramount importance and members shall maintain, operate and review as necessary, a safety policy which takes account of current health and safety regulations, standards, codes of practice and guidance issued from time to time by the NASC.
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FREE PUBLICATIONS (SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY) National Pavement Licence Criteria NASC/UKCG Guidance to Aid the Appointment and Management of Scaffolding Contractors NASC Yearbook CISRS General Information Booklet
CONTRACTUAL GUIDANCE TITLES Pavement Licences Set-off Programmes Contractual Issues Relating to Hiring of Hoists Scaffold Design Late Payment of Commercial Debts Preparation of Quotations Payment Under the Construction Act Adjudication – Its Use by the Sub-contractor Preparation of Schedules of Rates Contract Clauses Pre-tender information from the client Pre-Contract Meetings Engineering and Construction Subcontract Employment Contracts Commercial Pitfalls for the Scaffolding Contractor Daywork Liquidated and Ascertained Damages
HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDANCE TITLES Control of Substance Hazardous to Health in Scaffolding (COSHH) Asbestos Licences and Ancillary Work Involving the Scaffold Contractor Earthing of Scaffolding Structures SG4: Your User Guide to SG4 SG4:15 Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations Overhead Power Lines Manual Handling in the Scaffolding Industry User Guide to SG6: SG6 DVD Risk Assessments & Method Statements Reporting of Accidents Procedure Use, Inspection and Maintenance of Lifting Equipment and Accessories in the Scaffolding Industry Requirements for the Use of Brickguards Noise Health Surveillance in Scaffolding Safety Nets Drugs and Alcohol at Work Management of Fall Protection Equipment Welfare Facilities for the Scaffolding Contractor A Guide to Formulating a Rescue Plan Consultation with the Workforce Entry into Confined Spaces Induction Training Access and Egress from Scaffolds via Ladders & Stair Towers etc Scaffolding & Hoists Temporary edge protection on open steelwork Safe system of Work for Scaffolding associated with Timber Frame Building Construction Internal Edge Protection on Scaffold Platforms Working From Vehicles Management of Slips, Trips and Falls Guidance on the provision of inside board brackets Guide to the Construction and Use of Scaffold Loading Bays and Loadbearing Platforms Guidance on Protection of the Public Handover of Scaffold Structures Unauthorised Modifications to Scaffolds Scaffold Handover of Certificate (Pad of 50) 74
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HIRE/SALE/MANUFACTURING GUIDANCE Code of Practice for the Hire, Sale and Use of System Scaffolds
SECURITY GUIDANCE Reporting of Theft to the Police Stock Control Vehicle Theft
NASC/UKCG SCAFFOLDING SITE SAFETY PACK Scaffolding Site Safety Pack (10 packs)
Temporary Edge Protection for Sloping and Flat Roofs Erection, Use and Dismantling of Temporary Rubbish Chutes on Scaffolding Anchorage Systems Timber Scaffold Boards – An Introduction to the Revised Standard BS2482:2009 Care and maintenance of scaffold boards Scaffold board nail plates Fire damage Guide to the design and construction of temporary roofs and buildings Fire retardant treatments for timber scaffold boards and battens Stress corrosion cracking in HT steels and alloys Tying down of scaffold boards Non-standard boarded platforms Supplementary couplers and check couplers Anchoring to the ground Identification of EN74 scaffold fittings Guide to good practice for tube & fittings: scaffolding including: TG20:13 eGuide, Operational Guide, Design Guide, and User Guide (A6 pocket size) Guide to good practice for tube & fittings scaffolding (eGuide) Guide to good practice for tube & fittings scaffolding (Operational guide) Design Guide to good practice for tube & fittings scaffolding (Design Guide) Guide to good practice for tube & fittings scaffolding (User guide - A6 pocket size)
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CISRS APPROVED TRAINING PROVIDERS
CISRS approved training providers SCOTLAND & NORTHERN IRELAND CITB Co. Antrim Tel. 02890 825 466/Course Bookings 028 9082 4205 www.citbcsni.org.uk Excel Training International Paisley Tel. 0141 416 2199 www.excel-td.co.uk Muehlhan Training Services Aberdeen Tel. 01224 875952 www.muehlhantraining.com National Construction College (Scotland) Renfrewshire Tel. 0344 994 8800/Course Bookings 0844 844 0466 www.citb.co.uk/training
NORTH & NORTH WALES Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd Immingham Tel: 01469 553800 www.beis.com/uk Generation Training Services Wakefield Tel: 0800 587 5224 www.generationtraining.co.uk Highways & Groundworks NVQ Assessment Centre Ltd Liverpool Tel. 0151 3290478 www.highwaysandgroundworksnvq assessmentcentreltd.co.uk Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Chester Tel: 0151 373 7660 www.interserve.com Lawson Training Ltd Workington Tel. 01946 833313 www.lawsontraining.co.uk The Manchester College Manchester Tel.0161 6117822 www.themanchestercollege.ac.uk NETA Training Group Stockton-on-Tees Tel. 01642 616 936 www.neta.co.uk
Newcastle College Newcastle upon Tyne Tel.0191 200 4533 www.ncl-coll.ac.uk Safety and Access Ltd CATCH Training Centre, Stallingborough Tel. 01469 552848 www.safetyaccess.co.uk Simian Skill Ltd Warrington Tel. 0845 602 2418 www.simian-skill.com Training 2000 Blackburn Tel.01254 54659 www.training2000.co.uk
MIDLANDS HAKI Ltd Tamworth Tel: 01827 282525 www.haki.co.uk National Construction College (Midlands) Birmingham Tel. 0121 459 4262 / Course Bookings 0300 456 5620 www.citb.co.uk/training Safety & Access Ltd Nottingham Tel. 0115 979 4523 www.safetyaccess.co.uk West Anglia Training Association (WATA) Huntingdon Tel. 01480 435544 www.wata.co.uk
LONDON & SOUTH EAST Britannia Safety & Training Wymondham Tel. 0800 019016 / 01953 606100 www.britanniaits.com CHSG – Construction Health & Safety Group Chertsey Tel. 01932 561 871/563 121 www.chsg.co.uk Layher Ltd Letchworth Tel. 01462 475 100 www.layher.co.uk National Construction College (East) Kings Lynn Tel: 01485 577724 /Course Bookings 0844 844 0466 www.citb.co.uk/training
National Construction College (South) Erith Tel: 01322 349638 /Course Bookings 0844 844 0466 www.citb.co.uk/training National Construction College (Waltham Forest) Leytonstone Tel: 0208 539 8729 / Course Bookings 0844 844 0466 www.citb.co.uk/training Training for Construction North London Tel: 0208 887 9466 www.trainingforconstruction.co.uk
SOUTH WEST & SOUTH WALES LTC Training Services Plymouth Tel. 01752 485303 www.ltctrainingservices.co.uk QCF Developments Ltd Cardiff Tel. 01656 331261 www.qcfdevelopments.co.uk
INTERNATIONAL – OSTS SCHEME Cape Philippines Philippines Tel. +63 2 555 1599 www.capeplc.com Safety & Access Middle East UAE Tel. 00 971 (0) 43695067 www.safetyaccess.co.uk Safety & Access Middle East Qatar Tel. 0115 9794523 www.safetyaccess.co.uk Safety & Access South Korea S.Korea Tel. 0115 9794523 www.safetyaccess.co.uk Safety & Access UK PVT Ltd India Tel. 0115 9794523 www.safetyaccess.co.uk Simian Skills UAE Tel. 00 971 (0) 43387332 www.simian-risk.com n
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Raising the bar
Martyn Reed reports on developments at SAEMA in 2015 including new training courses, development of standards and the provision of technical guidance documents
he primary objective of SAEMA still remains as the provision of ‘safe places of work’ for the users of the façade access systems that SAEMA members design, manufacture, install and maintain. During the 2015 period there have been some changes in various regulations, such as the CDM regulation with other statutory documents amended. In 2015, as in earlier years, SAEMA has been working with various developers and their architectural teams, on many of the projects that will, in time, become the iconic buildings that will be seen in the UK’s towns and cities. This means that SAEMA members have become involved in advances in building techniques and the ever-changing face of modern architecture and the challenges set to the designers involved in the façade access systemsindustry.
The SAEMA/CITB Courses that are now available are: l The SAEMA/CITB Permanently Installed Cradle System Testers & Examiners Course, l The SAEMA/CITB Basic Hydraulics Course. l The Permanently Installed Cradle users Training Course. l A seminar for ‘Duty Holders’ on their legal responsibilities regarding the façade access systems that they have under their administration. l A Temporarily Installed Cradle Riggers Course and Level 2 NVQ, which is aimed at the people who provide and install temporary cradles. This course is aimed at the candidates who undertake it achieving a level 2 NVQ in Temporary Cradle Rigging, which will allow them to be issued with a CSCS card that will confirm their ability to rig, re-site and dismantle any temporary cradle system.
The current situation
Also in 2015 SAEMA has continued to work on various projects that were set out as targets at the start of the year. The targets set by the officers of the Association included: l Raising of the profile of the Association within the façade access equipment industry l The provision of training courses, delivered via the CITB Training Centre at Bircham Newton, which are primarily aimed at the staff of SAEMA member companies (but are also available to any other relevant interested parties), who are involved in the façade access industry.
SAEMA represents 90% of companies involved in the permanently installed cradle market. SAEMA also has within its Membership 60% of companies involved in the temporarily installed cradle market place of the UK’s suspended access industry. Many of the Access Consultants employed by the Developer and/or his Architectural Design Team continue to specify ever more complex suspended access solutions with unique features and duties. This results in the Façade Access Systems being designed on a “project by project” basis, which runs a high risk of under performance of the site specific equipment. It is SAEMA’s aim to encourage developers, architects and contractors to engage with its member companies in the “early stages” of a buildings design. Such early engagement in a project will result in a more logical and practical approach being taken to the provision of safe, user-friendly façade access systems for the project being planned. Late engagement with SAEMA Member Companies often results in the loss of opportunity to employ proven access industry products, which have been developed over many years’ research and experience behind.
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SAEMA members were also involved in the reviewing of the European design standard En 1808, which is the ‘bible’ for façade access system designers and sets out the European design criteria for suspended access system equipment. SAEMA members are working on the other British Standards/Codes of Practice that use BSEn 1808 as their base, e.g. BS6037 and BS5974 are now under review to ensure they are in line with the revisions of BSEn1808. It is hoped that the reviewing of the above two BS Codes of Practice will be published in 2016. In 2015 SAEMA became involved, through its membership and participation in the work of the Access Industry Forum (AIF), with the HSE and their review of the Working at Height Regulation.
Technical committee The Technical Committee of SAEMA has in 2014-2015 worked on the writing of Technical Documents that will in due course find their way onto the SAEMA web site to allow anyone who has an interest in the façade access industry. SAEMA is planning to title the Technical Documents “SAEMA Statements”, which will allow the Association to formulate its collective views on any Safety Related Topics. This will mean that interested third parties can see and understand the background thinking to the Association’s chosen position on the various topics. Topics covered by the completed SAEMA Statements are: l 4005 - SAEMA Guidance Document on Using Permanently Installed Suspended Access Equipment l 14008 - SAEMA Guidance Documents on Lone Working l 14007 - SAEMA Guide to the use of Components of Existing BMU Systems as Anchorage Points for Rope Access l 14001 - SAEMA Document for Emergency Cradle Rescue Planning l 14002 - SAEMA Guide on Loadings New SAEMA Guidance Documents can be downloaded in the coming months from www.saema.org. n
British and European Standards SAEMA members were involved in the development of the new British Standard Code of Practice BS 8560.
Martyn Reed is chair of SAEMA.
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SAEMA A-Z directory Access Testing 0114 256 1197 email@example.com
D+R Group plc www.drscaff.co.uk 020 7639 4861 firstname.lastname@example.org
Skyform (Scotland) Ltd www.skyformuk.co.uk 0141 810 5722 email@example.com
Adastra Access Ltd www.adastra-access.co.uk 01922 745 125 mark.murdoch@adastra-access. co.uk
Faรงade Hoists www.facadehoists.co.uk 01761 418454 firstname.lastname@example.org
SSD Ltd www.interserve.com 021 524 7569 email@example.com
Ansoroy Ltd www.ansoroy.co.uk 020 7738 6030 firstname.lastname@example.org
Insight Enterprises Ltd www.insightenterprises.co.uk 0333 800 6060 Phil@insightenterprises.co.uk
Suspended Access Systems Ltd www.sasltd.uk 020 8290 6381 email@example.com
Apollo Cradles Ltd www.apollocradles.co.uk 01226 700079 firstname.lastname@example.org
Integral Cradles Ltd www.i-cradles.com 0845 074 2758 email@example.com
Tractel (UK) Ltd www.tractel.com 01142 482266 firstname.lastname@example.org
Atrium Gantrys Maintenance Ltd www.atriumgantrys.co.uk 01634 711200 email@example.com
Jackson Lift Group www.jacksonlifts.com 020 8293 4176 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cento Engineering Company Ltd www.cento.co.uk 01245 477708 email@example.com
Power Cradles Ltd www.powercradlesltd.co.uk 020 8694 0939 firstname.lastname@example.org
CoxGomyl UK Ltd www.coxgomyl.com 01322 335288 email@example.com Cradlecraft Ltd www.cradlecraft.co.uk 01322 335288 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pressford Services Ltd www.pressfordservices.com 01474 825167 email@example.com
Cradletech PJP Services www.cradletechpjpservices.co.uk 01322 555999 Chris@cradletech.co.uk Craig Engineering Total Access Systems Ltd www.craigeng.co.uk 01482 821262 firstname.lastname@example.org
PTSG Access and Safety Ltd www.ptsg.co.uk 01977 668771 email@example.com Rotrex OnSite www.rotrex.co.uk 01708 522589 firstname.lastname@example.org Skyform Ltd www.skyform.com 01474 879990 email@example.com
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a. Installation of replacement luffing crane type BMU with 1000kg plant lifting capacity. b. Halo monorail system and powered platform proved to be ideal for this project. c. Installation of 24 metre reach self elevating telescopic crane type BMU.
d. A Special temporarily installed modular double-decked platform met the Main Contractors requirements on this chimney project.
f. A Temporarily Installed Platform incorporating a 90 degree corner unit. g. Compact crane BMU with luffing jib and non-anchored track system.
e. Compact crane type BMU with luffing jib operating on elevated track system within plant zone.
SAEMA is affiliated to the NASC, is a member of the NSCC and the AIF
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FULL MEMBERS | HEAD OFFICES
3 D Scaffolding Ltd The Oasis Northbank Industrial Park, Irlam, Manchester M44 5BL T: 0161 777 9303 www.3dscaffoldingltd.co.uk 360 Scaffolding Ltd Willingham Hall, Rasen Road, North Willingham, Market Rasen LN8 3RJ T: 01673 849 966 www.360scaffolding.co.uk
A A & J Maintenance Support Ltd 11/13 Panmure Street, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 2ER T: 01382 774287 www.ajm-scaffolding.co.uk A&A Scaffolding Plus Eight (2003) Ltd Garner Street, Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 7AX T: 01782 202474 www.aandascaffolding.co.uk AAA Scaffold Ltd Unit 7, Belper Enterprise Park, Greets Green Road, West Bromwich B70 9EN T: 0121 553 1611
Abbi Access Services Ltd Unit 36, Clwyd Close, Hawarden Industrial Park, Manor Lane Hawarden, CH5 3PZ T: 01244 629919 www.abbiaccess.com Abbey Scaffolding (Swindon) Ltd Unit 31, Whitehill Industrial Park Whitehill Way, Royal Wootton Bassett Swindon SN4 7DB T: 01793 480347 www.abbeyscaffold.com Access 2 Ltd T/A Sandwell Scaffold 11 Osyth Close, Brackmills Industrial Estate, Northampton NN4 7DY T: 01604 766 141 www.sandwellscaffold.co.uk Access Solutions Scaffolding Ltd VIP Industrial Park, 50 Anchor & Hope Lane, London SE7 7TE T: 020 8853 8840 www.access-solutions-scaffolding.co.uk Ace Scaffolding (M/CR) Ltd Ace House, Weymouth Road, Winton, Eccles M30 8BT T: 0161 787 7872 www.acescaffolding.net Acorn Scaffolding (Yorkshire) Ltd Moor Lane Trading Estate, Moxon Way, Leeds LS25 6ES T: 0800 078 7916 www.acornscaffolding.com
Advance Scaffolding (Lancashire) Ltd Unit 4-6 C Blackrod Industrial Estate Off Scot Lane, Bolton BL6 5SG T: 01942 830 058 www.advancescaff.co.uk Advanced Scaffolding (Bristol) Ltd Unit 2, Crown Road Industrial Estate, Warmley, Bristol BS30 8JJ T: 01179 673877 www.advancedscaffolding.com Alan Wilks Scaffolding Ltd The Sidings, Main Street, Evesham, WR11 7XB T: 01386 421782 www.alanwilksscaffolding.co.uk Allen & Foxworthy Ltd Roslea House, Hargreaves Road, Groundwell Industrial Estate, Swindon, Wiltshire SN25 5AZ T: 01793 706634 www.allenandfoxworthy.co.uk Allied Scaffolding Ltd Littlebank Street, Oldham OL4 1JA T: 0161 633 0425 www.alliedscaffolding.co.uk Alltask Ltd Alltask House, Commissioners Road, Medway City Estate, Strood, Rochester, ME2 4EJ T: 01634 298000 www.alltask.co.uk/scaffolding
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Alustar UK 15 Bankside, The Watermark Gateshead, NE11 9SY T: 0191 461 9300 www.alustar.no ALP Scaffolding Services Ltd High Barnes Farm, Roxton, Bedford, MK44 3ET T: 01234 870600 W: www.alpscaffolding.co.uk Altrad Beaver 84 Ltd Churchill House, Sopwich Crescent, Hurricane Way, Wickford, Essex SS11 8YU T: 01268 727112 www.beaver84.co.uk Altrad NSG Ltd Fourth Avenue, Deeside Industrial Park, Deeside, Flintshire CH5 2NR T: 01244 833100 www.altradnsg.com Amber Scaffolding Ltd 4a Star Road Trading Estate, Partridge Green, West Sussex RH13 8RA T: 01403 712500 www.amberscaffolding.co.uk Anglesey Scaffolding (Ynys Mon) Company Ltd Site 15, Amlwch Business Park, Amlwch, Anglesey LL68 9BQ T: 01407 831331 www.angleseyscaffolding.co.uk
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FULL MEMBERS FULL MEMBERS | HEAD OFFICES HEAD OFFICES Anglewest Ltd Lower Mount Farm, Long Lane, Cookham SL6 9EE T: 01628 551880 www.anglewest.com APE Scaffolding Ltd Globe Works, Queensway, Rochdale OL11 2QY T: 0845 2697273 www.apescaffolding.co.uk Apex Scaffolding (Exeter) Ltd Apex House, Pinbrook Road, Exeter EX4 8HH T: 01392 460099 www.apexscaffolding.co.uk Apex Scaffolding (Leicester) Ltd Unit 6 Blaby Industrial Park, Winchester Avenue, Blaby, Leicester LE8 4GZ T: 0116 277 7666 www.apexscaffolding-leicester.co.uk Archway Services plc Boundoak Industrial Estate, Eversley Road, Reading RG2 9PN T: 0118 976 1610 www.archwayservices.com Arctic Scaffolding Co Ltd Unit 1, Bannel Lane, Buckley Flintshire CH7 3AP T: 01244 543568 www.arcticscaffolding.co.uk Artel Scaffolding Ltd 5 Oakleigh Gardens, London N20 9AB T: 020 8343 9600 www.artelscaffolding.com ASC Edinburgh Limited 1 Gilmerton Station Road, Edinburgh EH17 8RZ T: 0131 443 1616 www.asclimited.net ASC Scaffolding Ltd The Transfer Station, Parsonage Street, Oldbury B69 4PH T: 0121 552 2797 www.ascscaffolding.com Ash Scaffolding Ltd Unit H Smarden Business Estate, Monks Hill, Ashford TN27 8QL T: 01233 770373 www.ashscaffoldingltd.co.uk Ashdurn Ltd 41 Redhill Road, Haymills, Birmingham B25 8HQ T: 0121 772 1422 www.ashdurnscaffolding.co.uk Ashton Scaffolding Services Ltd 189 South Liberty Lane, Ashton, Bristol BS3 2TN T: 0117 966 7130 www.ashtonscaffolding.com ATPAC Ltd Unit F, Burt’s Wharf, Crabtree Manorway North, Belvedere, Kent DA17 6LJ T: 0208 1237868 www.at-pac.com Austins Cradles Ltd Unit 7, Sussex House Business Park, 270-274 Old Shoreham Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 7DX T: 01273 734744 www.austinscradles.co.uk
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B & A Scaffolding Ltd Unit D, Therm Road, Cleveland Business Park, Cleveland Street, Hull HU8 7BF T: 01482 325952 www.bandascaffolding.co.uk B J Champion Scaffolding Ltd Champion House, Roentgen Court, Roentgen Road, Basingstoke RG24 8NT T: 01256 866000 W: www.thechampiongroup.co.uk Bee Jay Scaffolding Ltd Airevale House Rodley Lane, Rodley, Leeds LS13 1BJ T: 0113 239 3240 www.beejayscaffolding.ltd.uk Blencowe Scaffolding Ltd Unit 1, Fieldfare Business Park, Old Malthouse Lane, Ford, Salisbury SP4 6DR T: 01722 329010 www.blencowescaffolding.co.uk Brogan Group Ltd The Railway Sidings, Oakleigh Road South, London N11 1HJ T: 020 8361 0090 www.brogangroup.com Brunel Scaffolding Ltd 5 James Watt Close, Hawksworth Industrial Estates, Swindon SN2 1EL T: 01793 531539 www.brunel-scaffolding.co.uk Bryson Scaffolding Ltd The Old Concrete Yard, Albert Road, St Phillips, Bristol BS2 0YA T: 0117 300 5555 www.brysonscaffolding.co.uk BSL (Systems) Ltd Unit 4, Durley Park Close, North Cheshire Trading Estate, Wirral CH43 3DZ T: 0151 207 2090 www.bslsystemsltd.co.uk Burflex (Scaffolding) Ltd Burflex House, Clay Street, Hull HU8 8HA T: 01482 339 340 www.burflex.co.uk
Cape Industrial Services Ltd 6&7 Lyncastle Way, Barleycastle Lane, Appleton Thorn Trading Estate Warrington WA4 4ST T: 01925 865900 www.capeplc.com Carlisle Scaffolding Ltd Unit 3B Duchess Avenue, Kingmoor Park North, Carlisle CA6 4SN T: 01228 548483 www.carlislescaffolding.co.uk Central Scaffolding (Burton) Ltd Unit 153, Fauld Industrial Estate, Tutbury, Burton-on-Trent DE13 9HS T: 01283 810707 www.centralscaffolding.com Cheshire Scaffolds Ltd Haigh Avenue, Whitehill Trading Estate, Stockport SK4 1NU T: 0161 476 2223 www.cheshirescaffoldsltd.co.uk Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Ltd Unit No 2B, Longrock Industrial Estate, Penzance TR20 8HX T: 01736 364562 www.sedgeman.co.uk City Scaffold Services (Midlands) Ltd Unit 2, 1669 Bristol Road South, Longbridge, Birmingham B45 9UA T: 0121 4535431 www.citiscaff.co.uk Combisafe International Ltd Safety Centre, Cheaney Drive, Grange Park, Northampton NN4 5FB T: 01604 660600 www.combisafe.com Commercial Scaffolding Ltd Leads Road, Hull, HU7 0DF T: 01482 782181 www.commscaf.co.uk Complete Access (Scaffolding) Ltd Newmillerdam Industrial Park, Barnsley Road, Wakefield WF2 6QW T: 01924 255222 www.casl.gb.com
Complete Access Specialist Contracts Ltd Unit 14 Oaks Business Park, Oaks Lane, Barnsley S71 1HT T: 01226 294455 www.complete.gb.net Connect Scaffolding Ltd Hadham Park, Hadham Road, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts CM23 1JH T: 03332 400919 www.connectscaffolding.co.uk Connolly Scaffolding Ltd Unit H2, Wheel Forge Way, Trafford Park, Manchester M17 1EH T: 0161 886 4910 www.connollyscaffolding.co.uk Construction Site Scaffolding Ltd 45 Shortwood Road, Pucklechurch, Bristol BS16 9PL T: 0117 957 5880 Contract Scaffolding Services Ltd Carleton Depot, London Road Carlisle CA1 3DS T: 01228 549411 www.contractscaffolding.co.uk Controlled Scaffolding Ltd 15 Brewery Street, Birmingham B6 4JB T: 0121 333 4774 www.cslscaff.co.uk Coventry Scaffolding Co (London) Ltd 471 Southend Lane, London SE26 5BT T: 020 8659 8888 www.coventryscaffolding.co.uk Crest Scaffolding Ltd 656 Liverpool Road Irlam, Manchester M44 5AD T: 0161 776 1055 www.crestscaffoldingltd.com Crossway Scaffolding (Elland) Ltd Pennine View, Dewsbury Road, Elland, West Yorkshire HX5 9JU T: 01422 370033 www.crosswayscaffolding.co.uk CWR Scaffolds Ltd
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Pomfret Street, Burnley BB11 4AF T: 01282 412069 www.cwrscaffolds.co.uk
D D + R Group Plc Railway Approach, Consort Road, London SE15 2PR T: 020 7639 4861 www.drscaff.co.uk D. Stewart Scaffolding Ltd Unit 4, Aptec Enterprise Park, Darlington Road, West Auckland DL14 9PD T: 01388 835881 www.dstewartscaffoldingltd.co.uk D Ward Scaffolding Co. Ltd 21 Nursery Road, Hockley, Birmingham B19 2XN T: 0121 5155035 www.wardscaffolding.com Deborah Services Limited Unit C, Cedar Court Office Park, Denby Dale Road, Calder Grove WF4 3QZ T: 01924 416 000 www.deborahservices.co.uk Denholm Industrial Services Ltd 200 Carmichael Street, Glasgow G51 2QU T: 0141 445 3939 www.denholm-industrial.com Design Scaffolding (Bristol) Ltd Unit 3, Bakers Park, Cater Road, Bishopsworth, Bristol BS13 7TT T: 0117 964 9000 www.designscaffolding.com
E E A Scaffolding & Systems Ltd 16 Sedgwick Road, Luton LU4 9DT T: 01582 575200 www.eascaffolding.co.uk Empire Scaffolding (GB) Ltd Wigwam Lane, Hucknall, Nottingham NG15 7SZ T: 0115 964 1600 www.empirescaffolding.co.uk Euro Scaffolding Services Ltd Unit 1 Heathfield Way, Kingsheath Industrial Estate, Northampton NN5 7QP T: 01604 583 334 www.euroscaffolding.co.uk Everup Scaffolding Company Ltd Atlas Trading Estate, Colebrook Road Birmingham B11 2NT T: 0121 766 5221 www.everupscaffolding.co.uk
F Fast Fix Scaffolding Ltd Wrays Farm, Horsehill, Horley, Surrey RH6 0HN T: 01293 863074 www.fastfixscaffolding.com Focus Scaffolding Ltd Meadow Road Compound, Whitehaven, Cumbria CA28 9HY T: 01946 592338 www.focus-scaffolding.co.uk Formula Scaffolding Ltd 70 High Street, West End, Southampton, SO30 3DU T: 02380 466900 www.formulascaffolding.co.uk
Fourways Plant Ltd Second Avenue, Montagu Road, London N18 2PG T: 020 8884 3339 www.fourwaysplant.com Fred Champion Scaffolding Ltd Unit 2a, Doublebois Industrial Estate Doublobois, Liskeard PL14 6LE T: 01579 320080 www.fcscaffolding.com
G GB Scaffolding (Gainsborough) Ltd Somerby Way, Heapham Road Industrial Estate, Gainsborough, North Lincolnshire DN21 1QG T: 01427 614792 www.gbscaffoldinghire.co.uk Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Trinity Street, Off Tat Bank Road, Oldbury B69 4LA T: 0800 7838376 www.generationuk.co.uk George Roberts (North West) Ltd Unit D Wakefield Road, Netherton, Liverpool L30 6TZ T: 0151 524 2434 www.scaffoldingsales.com Gibby Scaffolding Ltd 13/15A Brazil Street, Holderness Road, Hull HU9 1JR T: 01482 210613 Gilray Plant Ltd Cedar Depot, Church Manorway, Erith DA8 1DE T: 01322 442006 www.gilray.co.uk GKR Scaffolding Ltd Independent House, Arnolde Close, Medway City Estate, Rochester ME2 4QW T: 01634 719341 www.gkrscaffolding.co.uk Globe Scaffolding Ltd 56-58 Factory Lane, Croydon CR0 3RL T: 020 8947 3479 www.globescaffolding.co.uk Gloucester Scaffolding Ltd The Orchards, Hayden Hill, Old Gloucester Road, Hayden, Cheltenham GL51 0SW T: 01242 680439 www.gloucesterscaffolding.com
H H & H Contract Scaffolding Ltd Units 14-16 Steventon Storage Facility, Hanney Road, Steventon OX13 6AP T: 01235 835522 www.handhscaffolding.com H M Scaffolding Ltd Greatfield Farm, Wootton Bassett, Swindon SN4 8EH T: 01793 770022 H.T. Scaffolding Systems Ltd Low Hall Mill, Holbeck Lane, Holbeck, Leeds LS11 9UP T: 0113 246 8290 www.htscaffolding.co.uk Hadley Scaffolding Ltd Whitewall Yard, Royal Eagle Close, Medway City Estate, Rochester ME2 4NF T: 01634 727700 www.hadleyscaffolding.com
HAKI Ltd Magnus, Tame Valley Industrial Estate, Tamworth B77 5BY T: 01827 282525 www.haki.co.uk Hewaswater Scaffolding Ltd Hewaswater, St. Austell PL26 7JF T: 01726 885218 www.hewaswaterscaffolding.co.uk RSEH Ltd T/A Heywood Scaffolding Services Unit L3 Birch Business Park, Whittle Lane, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 2SX T: 01706 365742 www.heywoodscaffolding.com High Peak Scaffolding Ltd Unit 6 Waterswallows Industrial Park Waterswallows Road, Buxton SK17 7JB T: 01298 872 666 www.highpeakscaffolding.co.uk Hi-Pro Scaffolding Ltd Unit 2, Beamish Close, Sandy SG19 1SD T: 01767 688390 www.hiproscaffolding.com
I IBN Scaffold Access Ltd Whaley Road, Barugh Green, Barnsley S75 1HT T: 01226 206356 www.ibnscaffold.co.uk Ideal Scaffolding (Southern) Ltd 32a Sturt Road, Frimley Green, Camberley, Surrey GU16 6HY T: 01252 660666 www.ideal-scaffolding.com Independent Scaffolding Services Ltd Unit 5 Albion Industrial Estate, Oldbury Road, West Bromwich B70 9BP T: 0121 553 6677 www.indscaff.co.uk Inspired Scaffolding Services Ltd Brailwood Close, Bilsthorpe, Nottinghamshire NG22 8UG T: 01623 870 688 www.iss-scaffolding.co.uk Interlink Scaffolding Ltd Unit 11, Station Lane Industrial Estate, Birtley, Tyne & Wear DH3 1DQ T: 0191 492 2000 www.interlinkscaffoldingltd.co.uk Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Floor 7, Intersection House, 110 Birmingham Road, West Bromwich B70 6RP T: 0121 524 7770 www.interserve.com IOT Scaffolding Ltd Telegraph Hill Industrial Estate, Unit 33-35 Laundry Road, Minster, Ramsgate CT12 4HY T: 01843 825888 www.iotuk.co.uk
J J & I Scaffolding Ltd Unit 38 Mayfield Industrial Estate Mayfield, Dalkeith, Lothian EH22 4AD T: 0131 660 5141 www.jandiscaffolding.co.uk JC Beale Scaffolding Ltd The Old Woodyard, Upton Grey, Basingstoke RG25 2RL T: 01256 861781 www.jcbeale.co.uk
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Barnet Scaffolding Services Ltd T/A JDC Scaffolding London 1 Barnet Hill, Barnet EN5 5RD. T: 020 8441 6446 www.jdc-scaffolding.co.uk JFE Attridge Scaffolding Services Co Ltd The Levels Industrial Estate, Brereton Rugeley, Staffordshire WS15 1RD T: 01889 582156 www.attridge-scaffolding.co.uk J.W. Scaffolding Ltd Unit 5 Charminster Farm Industrial Estate, Wanchard Lane, Charminster, Dorchester DT2 9RP T: 01305 269348 www.jwscaffolding.co.uk
K K Scaffolding Ltd Souldern Gate, Banbury Road, Souldern, Bicester OX27 7HT T: 01869 345999 www.kscaffoldingltd.co.uk Kaefer C & D Ltd 63 Portland Street, Mansfield Woodhouse, Mansfield NG19 8BG T: 01623 781 200 www.candgroup.co.uk King Scaffolding Ltd White Street, St Judes, Bristol BS5 0TS T: 0117 941 1358 www.kingscaffolding.co.uk Kirk Scaffolding Ltd Greenbank Works, Gorse Street, Blackburn BB1 3EU T: 01254 672337 www.kirkscaffolding.co.uk
L Landmark Scaffolding Ltd Lawn Farm, Warren Lane, Woolpit, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9RS T: 01359 244477 www.landmarkscaffold.co.uk Layher Ltd Works Road, Letchworth SG6 1WL T: 01462 475100 www.layher.co.uk Lenehan Scaffolding (Preston) Ltd Unit G8 Redscar Industrial Estate Longridge Road, Preston PR2 5NQ T: 01772 793930 www.lenehanscaffolding.co.uk Lindway Scaffolding Ltd Unit 16, Bridge Street, Clay Cross, Derbyshire S45 9NU T: 01246 866919 www.lindwayscaffolding.co.uk LTC Group 87 Ltd T/A LTC Specialist Scaffolding Wixenford Depot, Colesdown Hill, Plymouth PL9 8AA T: 01752 480400 www.ltcspecialistscaffolding.co.uk Lyndon Scaffolding plc Valepits Road, Garretts Green, Birmingham B33 0TD T: 0121 789 7979 www.lyndonscaffolding.co.uk Lysander Scaffolding Ltd Lysander Place, Tempsford Airfield, Everton, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2JW T: 01767 690003 www.bsgpropertyservices.co.uk
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M MJD & Sons (Scaffolding) Ltd 103 Portland Avenue, Irvine, Ayrshire KA12 8NL T: 01294 275117/8 www.mjdandsons.co.uk M. Bliss (Subcontract Brickwork) Ltd Unit 1, Mallard Close, Earls Barton, Northampton NN6 0JF T: 01604 811122 www.mblissbrickwork.co.uk MACT Scaffolding (London) Ltd Selsdon Goods Yard, Selsdon Road, South Croydon CR2 0EA T: 0208 688 8010 W: www.mact.co.uk Maidstone Scaffolding Ltd Norton Industrial Estate, Collier Street, Near Marden, Tonbridge TN12 9RR T: 08450 944 475 www.maidstonescaffolding.co.uk Malvern Scaffolding Ltd Unit 2, Lower Interfields, Malvern WR14 1UU T: 01886 833700 www.malvernscaffolding.co.uk Mar Scaffolding (Scotland) Ltd Unit 35, Thistle Industrial Estate, Church Street, Cowdenbeath, Fife KY4 8LP T: 01383 611 710 www.marscaffolding.co.uk McDonald Scaffolding (Services) Ltd Rosskeen Old Manse, Invergordon, Inverness, Ross-shire IV18 0PR T: 01349 853 222 www.mcdonaldscaffolding.com Muehlhan Industrial Services Ltd T/A Muehlhan Scaffolding Unit 2 Proserve Centre, Souterhead Road, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen AB12 3LF T: 01224 638181 www.muehlhan.com MG Scaffold (Oxford) Ltd Unit 16, Athelney Way, Cheltenham, GL52 6RT T: 01242 238912 www.mgscaffolding.uk.com Midland & General Scaffolding Ltd 13, Cannock Wood Industrial Estate Cannock Wood, Rawnsley, Cannock, WS12 0PL T: 01543 898023 www.midlandandgeneral.com Midland Scaffolding Services Ltd High Street, Scaldwell, Northampton, NN6 9JS T: 01604 880111 www.midlandscaffolding.co.uk Millcroft Services plc Salutation House, 1 Salutation Road, London SE10 0AT T: 020 8305 1988 www.millcroft.co.uk Modus Access UK Ltd Western Avenue, Western Dock, Southampton SO15 0HH T: 0870 609 3262 www.modus-access.co.uk MPT Scaffolding Ltd 81 Leighton Road, Stanbridge LU7 9HW T: 01525 211951 www.mptscaffoldingltd.co.uk
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M R Scaffolding Services Ltd 604 Mitcham Road, Croydon, London CR0 3AA T: 020 7252 8080 www.mrscaffolding.com M.R. Scaffolding (Anglia) Ltd The Depot, Yarmouth Road, Blofield Norwich NR13 4DS T: 01603 211 050 www.mrscaffolding.co.uk
N Neal Stoneman Scaffolding Ltd Burrington Way, Plymouth PL5 3LS T: 01752 790487 www.nealstonemanscaffolding.co.uk Network Scaffolding Contractors Ltd The Scaffolding Yard, Station Road, Blackrod, Bolton BL6 5GJ T: 01204 668154 www.networkscaffolding.co.uk Niall Scaffolders Ltd Hartwell Depot, Oxford Road, Hartwell, Aylesbury HP17 8QG T: 01296 427171 www.niallscaffolders.com NJS Scaffolding Ltd Quarry Lane, Chichester PO19 8NY T: 01243 545 548 www.njsscaffolding.co.uk Northern 90 Scaffolding Ltd Palm Business Centre, Stock Lane, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 9EZ T: 0161 652 3337 www.northern90.co.uk
O OBO Scaffolding Company Ltd Boss Hall Road, Sproughton, Ipswich IP1 5BN T: 01473 487 150 www.bts-oboscaffolding.com O.K Scaffolding Ltd 2 Hill Street, Carnetown, Abercynon, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan CF45 4PH T: 01443 741460 Oxford Spires Scaffolding Ltd 1 Bakers Yard, Ardington, Nr Wantage, Oxfordshire OX12 8PT T: 0845 402 6590 www.oxfordspires.co.uk
P P.S.S. Scaffolding Ltd Monforte House, Unit C9, Queens Road, Bridgend Industrial Estate, CF31 3UT T: 01656 662 279 www.pss-scaffolding.co.uk Par Scaffolding Ltd Unit 6, Newhailes Industrial Estate, Newhailes Road, Musselburgh EH21 6SY T: 0131 665 9180 www.parscaffolding.co.uk Pen Mill Scaffolding (Hire & Sales) Ltd The Parade Ground, Boundary Way Lufton Trading Estate, Yeovil BA22 8HZ T: 01935 473232 www.penmillscaffolding.co.uk PERI Ltd Market Harborough Road, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby CV23 0AN T: 01788 861600 www.peri.ltd.uk Premier Scaffolding Services Ltd
Premier House, Windmill Way, Wagonway Industrial Estate, Hebburn, Tyne & Wear NE31 1SP T: 0191 483 9991 www.premierscaffoldinghebburn.co.uk Pro Access Scaffolding Ltd Midway Depot, Stanbridge Road, Leighton Buzzard LU7 9HR T: 01525 373752 www.proaccessscaffolding.com Pro-Fix Access Ltd Aston Copse, Titchfield Road, Titchfield, Hampshire PO14 3EB T: 02380 404411 www.profixaccess.co.uk Project Scaffolding Ltd Dawson’s Wharf, Via Vulcan Street, Middlesbrough TS2 1JR T: 01642 222626 www.projectscaffolding.co.uk
Q QED Scaffolding Ltd Lock Street, St Helens, Merseyside WA9 1HS. T: 01744 751117 www.qedscaffolding.com Q.F.S. Scaffolding Ltd Westminster House, Mark Lane Denton Wharf, Gravesend Kent DA12 2PL T: 01474 334707 www.quickfixscaffolding.co.uk
R R J S Scaffolding Ltd Industrial Estate, Pen-Y-Groes, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL54 6DB. T: 01286 881670 R.E.D Scaffolding Ltd 81 Watling Street, Dartford DA2 6AA T: 01322 271554 www.redscaffoldinglimited.co.uk Ray Seager Scaffolding Services Ltd Glan Conwy Freight Yard, Ffordd Maelgwyn, Tre Marl Industrial Estate, Llandudno Junction, Conwy LL31 9PN T: 01492 860 071 www.rayseager.com RBS Scaffolding Ltd The Grove, Upper Northam Drive, Hedge End, Southampton SO30 4BG T: 02380 471119 www.rbsscaffolding.co.uk RDA Scaffolding Ltd Ashley Drive, Bothwell, Glasgow G71 8BS T: 01698 801807 www.rda-scaffolding.com Renvac Scaffolding Ltd Front Street, Bebside, Blythe, Northumberland NE24 4HP T: 01670 828688 www.renvac-scaffolding.co.uk Rilmac Scaffolding Ltd Greetwell Road, Lincoln LN2 4NH T: 01522 531711 www.rilmac.co.uk Rise Scaffold Services Ltd Acer Road, Saddlebow Industrial Estate King’s Lynn PE34 3HN T: 01553 692021 www.rise-scaffold.co.uk Rodells Ltd Cell Barnes House, Cell Barnes Lane, St Albans AL1 5AS T: 01727 841855
www.rodell-ltd.co.uk Rotamead Ltd Essex Works, Hawk Lane, Battlesbridge, Essex SS11 7RL T: 01268 764786 www.rotamead.co.uk Rotor Scaffolding Services Ltd 56-58 Factory Lane, Croydon CR0 3RL T: 01322 336058 Rowland Scaffold Co Ltd Rowland House, 274 Attercliffe Road, Sheffield S4 7WZ T: 0114 275 5752 www.rowlandscaffold.co.uk RPF Scaffolding Ltd 284 High Road, North Weald, Essex CM16 6EG T: 01992 524 411 www.rpfscaffolding.co.uk
S S & K Scaffolding Ltd Manston, Southampton Road, Bartley, Southampton SO40 2NA T: 01794 324768 www.sandkscaffolding.co.uk S & P Scaffolding Ltd Caspian House, Clay Street, Hull HU8 8HA T: 01482 824 321 www.s-pscaffolding.co.uk Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Building 100, Relay Point, Relay Drive, Tamworth B77 5PA T: 01827 266100 www.beis.com/uk/ S.G.S. Ltd Foster Street, Stoneferry Road, Kingston Upon Hull HU8 8BT T: 01482 610488 www.sg-scaffolding.com S.N. Scaffolds LLP Access House, Windsor Bridge Road, Bath BA2 3DT T: 01225 448352 www.snscaffolds.co.uk S.R.K. Scaffolding Ltd Durston Forestry Yard, Durston, Taunton TA3 5AG T: 01823 413419 www.srkscaffold.co.uk S.Y.S. (Scaffolding Contractors) Ltd Old North Ropery Works, Carr Hill, Balby, Doncaster DN4 8DE T: 01302 340132 www.sysscaffolding.com Safe Access Scaffolding (Midlands) Limited Rock House, Belfield Street, Ilkeston, DE7 8DU T: 0115 9327878 www.safescaffolding.co.uk Safeway Scaffolding Limited Station Road, Coleshill, Birmingham B46 1JB T: 01675 465593 www.safewayscaffolding.co.uk SAY Scaffolding Ltd SAY House, Units 2, 3 & Offices, Rudgate Business Centre, Thorp Arch Industrial Estate, Wetherby LS23 7AT T: 01937 848480 www.sayltd.co.uk SCA Group Ltd 7 Crane Way, Woolsbridge Industrial
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Park, Three Legged Cross, Dorset BH21 6FA T: 01202 820820 www.sca-group.com Scaffold Erection Services Ltd 221-225 Tyburn Road, Erdington, Birmingham B24 8NB T: 0121 322 2088 www.scaffolder.co.uk Scaffold Services Ltd Hawarden Avenue, Leicester LE5 4NN T: 0116 276 8125 www.scaffoldservicesltd.co.uk Scaffolding 4 MGB Ltd Unit 9, Bakers Park, Bishopsworth, Bristol BS13 7TT T: 0117 9465024 www.scaffolding4mgb.co.uk Seabro Ltd 7 Comet Way, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 6GD T: 01702 522442 www.seabro.com Severnside Scaffolding Ltd Morley House, Llanthony Road, Gloucester GL2 5HL T: 01452 529601 www.severnsidemorley.co.uk SHS Integrated Services Ltd Unit 15a Atlantic Business Park, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF63 3RF T: 01446 735364 www.shs.uk.com SHS Integrated Services (Transmission) Ltd Grove Road, Kirk Sandall Industrial Estate, Doncaster DN3 1RY T: 01302 888840 www.shs.uk.com Silver Star Services Ltd Unit 4, Palm Business Centre, Stock Lane, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 9ER T: 0161 665 0828 Sky Scaffolding (Midlands) Ltd Nicolet House, Budbrooke Road Industrial Estate, Budbrooke Road, Warwick CV34 5XH T: 01926 400900 www.skyscaffolding.co.uk Sonic Scaffolding 2000 Ltd Wyndhams Dairy, High Post Road, Winterbourne, Dauntsey, SP4 6HG T: 01980 619114 www.sonicscaffolding2000.co.uk South Lincolnshire Scaffolding Ltd Sallow Holt, Gelston Road, Hough on the Hill, Grantham NG32 2BH T: 01400 251742 www.sls-scaffolding.co.uk Speedier Scaffolding Ltd Manchester Road, Westhoughton, Bolton BL5 3QH T: 01942 841919 www.speedierscaffolding.com Staffordshire Access Scaffolding Ltd Unit 4, P.A Wood Estates, Park Lane, Fenton, Stoke on Trent ST4 3JP T: 01782 593189 www.staffordshire-access-scaffolding. co.uk Standard Scaffolding Specialists Ltd 131A Church Street, Little Lever, Bolton BL3 1BW T: 01204 574064 www.standardscaffolding.co.uk Stanford Scaffolding Ltd Redburn House, 2 Tonbridge Road Harold Hill, Essex RM3 8QE T: 01708 343 427
Star Scaffolding Ltd Unit 6, PDH Industrial Estate, Western Way, Wednesbury WS10 7QQ T: 0121 505 6366 www.star-scaffolding.co.uk Strathclyde Scaffolding Services Ltd Glengallan Road, Oban PA34 4HG T: 01631 565229 www.strathclydescaffoldingservices. co.uk SW Scaffolding Ltd Rear of Park Farm, Spratton Road, Brixworth, Northampton NN6 9DS T: 01604 881731 Swale Scaffolding Ltd Gatherley Road Industrial Estate Brompton on Swale, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 7JQ T: 01748 812777 www.swalegroup.com
T Tamworth Scaffolding Company Ltd 25 Marsett, Wilnecote, Tamworth Staffs B77 4QU T: 01827 892900 www.tamscaff.co.uk Tilson Scaffolding Ltd Hippo House, Liverpool Street, Kingston Upon Hull HU3 4XT T: 01482 223 474 www.tilsonscaffolding.co.uk Tone Scaffolding Services Ltd Sky House, 87-91 Beddington Lane, Croydon CR0 4TD T: 020 8684 3771 www.tonescaffolding.co.uk Tower Scaffolding (South West) Ltd Milber Trading Estate, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4SG T: 01626 331446 www.towerscaffolding.co.uk TRAD Scaffolding Co. Ltd TRAD House, Imperial Street, London E3 3ED T: 020 8980 1155 www.trad.co.uk TR Scaffolding (Bristol) Ltd Unit 11, The Carrick Business Centre,
4-5 Bonville Road, Brislington, Bristol BS4 5NZ T: 0117 3009500 www.trscaffolding.com TTAG Ltd Meadowside Complex, Meadowside Street, Renfrew PA4 8LF T: 0141 886 6322 www.ttagscaffolding.co.uk Tubeline Scaffolding Ltd Units 2 & 3 Manor Farm Cranbourne BH21 5RL T: 01725 551107 www.tubelinescaffolding.co.uk Tubes Scaffolding Ltd Unit 1, Old Harleston Road, Earsham, Bungay, Suffolk NR35 2AG T: 01986 894434 www.tubesscaffolding.co.uk Turner Access Ltd 65 Craigton Road, Glasgow G51 3EQ T: 0141 309 5555 www.turner-access.co.uk
Wood Group Industrial Services Ltd Kirkstone House, St Omers Road, Western Riverside Route, Gateshead NE11 9EZ T: 0191 493 2600 www.woodgroup-isl.com
X XERVON Palmers Ltd 331 Charles Street, Royston Glasgow G21 2QA T: 0141 553 4040 www.xervonpalmers.com XL Scaffolding Ltd Unit 4, Benwick Road Industrial Estate, Station Road, Whittlesey, PE7 2HD T: 01733 208 686 www.xlscaffolding.co.uk
U UK Access Solutions Ltd 1 Bilport Lane, Wednesbury, Walsall, WS10 0NT T: 0121 500 5055 www.ukaccesssolutions.co.uk Unique Scaffolding Ltd Unique House, Kangley Bridge Road, London SE26 5AU T: 020 8778 8483 www.uniquescaffolding.co.uk
V van Thiel United UK Ltd Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4HW T: 01342 837773 www.thiel.nl Viking Scaffold Services Ltd 341 Himley Road, Gornal Wood, Dudley, DY3 2PX T: 01384 258 552 www.vikingscaffold.co.uk
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FULLFULL MEMBERS | REGIONS MEMBERS HEAD OFFICES E I A *Access Solutions Scaffolding Ltd
VIP Industrial Park, 50 Anchor & Hope Lane, Charlton, London SE7 7TE T: 020 8853 8840 www.access-solutions-scaffolding.co.uk *Alltask Ltd Alltask House, Commissioners Road, Medway City Estate, Strood, Rochester, Kent ME2 4EJ T: 01634 298000 www.alltask.co.uk/scaffolding *ALP Scaffolding Services Ltd High Barnes Farm, Roxton, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK44 3ET T: 01234 870600 www.alpscaffolding.co.uk *Altrad Beaver 84 Churchill House, Sopwith Crescent, Shotgate Business Park, Wickford, Essex SS11 8YU T: 01268 727112 www.beaver84.co.uk Altrad Beaver 84 Birtley Road, Bramley, Nr Guildford, Surrey GU5 OLA T: 01483 898777 Altrad Beaver 84 Thingoe Hill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP32 6BE T: 01284 724824 Altrad Beaver 84 Watson Close, Oliver Road, West Thurrock, Essex RM20 3EF T: 01708 861821 Altrad Beaver 84 Bunny Lane, Sheffield English, Nr Romsey, Hampshire SO51 6FT T: 01794 884876 Altrad Beaver 84 Europa Business Park, Magnet Road, Grays, essex RM20 4DB T: 01708 861821 *Amber Scaffolding Ltd 4a Star Road Trading Estate, Partridge Green, West Sussex RH13 8RA T: 01403 712500 www.amberscaffolding.co.uk Amber Scaffolding Ltd Macey House, Batsworth Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3BX T: 020 8640 2570 *Anglewest Ltd Lower Mount Farm, Long Lane, Cookham, Berkshire SL6 9EE T: 01628 551880 www.anglewest.com *Archway Services plc Boundoak Industrial Estate, Eversley Road, Reading, Berks RG2 9PN T: 0118 976 1610 www.archwayservices.com *Artel Scaffolding Ltd 5 Oakleigh Gardens, Whetstone, London N20 9AB T: 020 8343 9600 W: www.artelscaffolding.com *Ash Scaffolding Ltd Unit H Smarden Business Estate, Monks Hill, Ashford, kent TN27 8QL T: 01233 770373 www.ashscaffoldingltd.co.uk
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*ATPAC Ltd Unit F, Burt’s Wharf, Crabtree Manorway North, Belvedere, Kent DA17 6LJ T: 0208 1237868 www.at-pac.com *Austins Cradles Ltd Unit 7 Sussex House Business Park, 270-274 Old Shoreham Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 7DX T: 01273 734744 www.austinscradles.co.uk Austins Cradles Ltd Hammonds Drive, Eastbourne BN23 6PW T: 01323 645544
B *Brogan Group Ltd
The Railway Sidings, Oakleigh Road South, London N11 1HJ T: 020 8361 0090 www.brogangroup.com
C Cape Industrial Services Ltd Boundary Road, Harfreys Industrial Estate, Great Yarmouth NR31 0LW T: 01493 657 111 *Connect Scaffolding Ltd Hadham Park, Hadham Road Bishop’s Stortford CM23 1JH T: 03332 400919 www.connectscaffolding.co.uk *Coventry Scaffolding Co (London) Ltd 471 Southend Lane, London SE26 5BT T: 020 8659 8888 www.coventryscaffolding.co.uk
D *D + R Group Plc
Railway Approach, Consort Road, London SE15 2PR T: 020 7639 4861 www.drscaff.co.uk D + R Group Plc Archers Field, Burnt Mills Industrial Estate, Basildon, Essex SS13 1DH T: 01268 525678 Deborah Services Ltd 23 Maple Road, Saddlebow Industrial Estate, Kings Lynn PE34 3AH T: 01553 771465 Deborah Services Ltd Arminghall Close, Woodcock Road, Norwich NR3 3UE T: 01603 416116 Deborah Services Ltd Station Yard, 56 Brigstock Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey CR7 8RX T: 020 8689 6044 Deborah Services Ltd Yard 6, Industrial Temple Wood Estate, Stock Road, Chelmsford CM2 8LA T: 01277 841670 Deborah Services Ltd Unit 3 Primrose Works, 10 Stour Road, London E3 2NT T: 020 8533 7333 Deborah Services Ltd Units A & B, Tokar Industrial Estate, Yapton Lane, Walberton, Chichester, BN18 0AS T: 01243 588290 Deborah Services Ltd 227-231 Selbourne Road, Luton LU4 9DT T: 01582 491000
*E A Scaffolding & Systems Ltd
16 Sedgwick Road, Luton LU4 9DT T: 01582 575200 www.eascaffolding.co.uk
F *Fast Fix Scaffolding Ltd
Wrays Farm, Horsehill, Horley RH6 0HN T: 01293 863 074 www.fastfixscaffolding.com *Fourways Plant Ltd Second Avenue, Montagu Road, London N18 2PG T: 020 8884 3339 www.fourwaysplant.com Fourways Plant Ltd 232 Carter Street, Fordham, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 5JU T: 01638 721424
G Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Kierbeck Business Park, North Woolwich Road, London E16 2BG T: 020 7473 6056 Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Unit 8 Horton Industrial Estate, Off Horton Road, West Drayton UB7 8JL T: 01895 430630 Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale 22-30 Sturt Road, Frimley Green, Camberley GU16 6HY T: 01252 838696 Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale 4 Riverside Industrial Park, Oliver Road, West Thurrock RM20 3ED T: 0207 4736056 *Gilray Plant Ltd Cedar Depot, Church Manorway, Erith DA8 1DE T: 01322 442006 www.gilray.co.uk *GKR Scaffolding Ltd Independent House, Arnolde Close, Medway City Estate, Rochester ME2 4QW T: 01634 719341 www.gkrscaffolding.co.uk *Globe Scaffolding Ltd 56-58 Factory Lane, Croydon CR0 3RL T: 020 8947 3479 www.globescaffolding.co.uk
H *H & H Contract Scaffolding Ltd
Units 14-16 Steventon Storage Facility, Hanney Road, Steventon, Oxon OX13 6AP T: 01235 835522 www.handhscaffolding.com *Hadley Scaffolding Ltd Whitewall Yard, Royal Eagle Close, Rochester, Kent ME2 4NFT: 01634 727 700 www.hadleyscaffolding.com *Hi-Pro Scaffolding Ltd Unit 2 Beamish Close, Sandy SG19 1SD T: 01767 688 390 www.hiproscaffolding.com
*Ideal Scaffolding (Southern) Ltd 32a Sturt Road, Frimley Green, Camberley GU16 6HY T: 01252 660666 www.ideal-scaffolding.com Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Crabtree Manorway, South Belvedere DA17 6BH T: 020 8326 9560 *IOT Scaffolding Ltd Telegraph Hill Industrial Estate, Unit 33-35, Laundry Road, Minster, Ramsgate CT12 4HY T: 01843 825888 www.iotuk.co.uk
J * Barnet Scaffolding Services Ltd T/A JDC Scaffolding London 1 Barnet Hill, Barnet EN5 5RD T: 020 8441 6446 www.jdc-scaffolding.co.uk
K *K Scaffolding Ltd
Souldern Gate, Banbury Road, Souldern, Bicester OX27 7HT T: 01869 345 999 www.kscaffoldingltd.co.uk
L *Landmark Scaffolding Ltd
Lawn Farm, Warren Lane, Woolpit, Bury St Edmunds, IP30 9RS T: 01359 244477 www.landmarkscaffold.co.uk *Layher Ltd Works Road, Letchworth SG6 1WL T: 01462 475100 www.layher.co.uk Lyndon Scaffolding Plc Suite 3 1st Floor, 21-24 Kings Bench Street, London SE1 0QX T: 020 7929 4752 *Lysander Scaffolding Ltd Lysander Place, Tempsford Airfield, Everton, Sandy, SG19 2JW T: 01767 690003 www.bsgpropertyservices.co.uk
M *MACT Scaffolding (London) Ltd Selsdon Goods Yard, Selsdon Road, South Croydon CR2 0EA T: 0208 688 8010 www.mact.co.uk *Maidstone Scaffolding Ltd Norton Industrial Estate, Collier Street, Near Marden, Tonbridge TN12 9RR T: 08450 944 475 www.maidstonescaffolding.co.uk MG Scaffold (Oxford) Ltd The Yard, Homeworks Farm, Clifton Road, Deddington, Oxon OX15 0TP T: 01869 337070 *Millcroft Services PLC Salutation House, 1 Salutation Road, London SE10 0AT T: 020 8305 1988 www.millcroft.co.uk *Modus Access UK Ltd Western Avenue, Western Dock, Southampton SO15 0HH T: 0870 609 3262
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LONDON & SOUTH EAST www.modus-access.co.uk *MPT Scaffolding Ltd 81 Leighton Road, Stanbridge, Bedfordshire LU7 9HW T: 01525 211951 www.mptscaffoldingltd.co.uk *MR Scaffolding Services Ltd 604 Mitcham Road, Croydon, London CR0 3AA www.mrscaffolding.com *MR. Scaffolding (Anglia) Ltd The Depot, Yarmouth Road Blofield, Norwich NR13 4DS T: 01603 211050 www.mrscaffolding.co.uk MR. Scaffolding (Anglia) Ltd Depot 2, Newmarket Road, Risby, Bury St Edmunds IP28 6RJ T: 01284 711030
N *Niall Scaffolders Ltd
Hartwell Depot, Oxford Road, Hartwell, Aylesbury HP17 8QG T: 01296 427171 www.niallscaffolders.com *NJS Scaffolding Ltd Quarry Lane, Chichester PO19 8NY T: 0143 545 548 www.njsscaffolding.co.uk
O *OBO Scaffolding Company Ltd Boss Hall Road, Sproughton, Ipswich IP1 5BN T: 01473 487 150 www.bts-oboscaffolding.com OBO Scaffolding Company Ltd Unit 4, Heronsgate Trading Estate, Paycock Road, Basildon, SS14 3EU T: 01473 270295 *Oxford Spires Scaffolding Ltd 1 Bakers Yard, Ardington, Nr Wantage, Oxfordshire OX12 8PT T: 0845 402 6590 www.oxfordspires.co.uk
P PERI Ltd Warley Street, Great Warley, Brentwood, Essex CM13 3JZ T: 01277 238820 *Pro Access Scaffolding Ltd Midway Depot, Stanbridge Road, Leighton Buzzard LU7 9HR T: 01525 373752 www.proaccessscaffolding.com
Q *Q.F.S. Scaffolding Ltd Westminster House, Mark Lane Denton Wharf, Gravesend DA12 2PL T: 01474 334707 www.quickfixscaffolding.co.uk
R *R.E.D Scaffolding Ltd
81 Watling Street, Dartford DA2 6AA
T: 01322 271554 www.redscaffoldinglimited.co.uk *Rise Scaffold Services Ltd Acer Road, Saddlebow Industrial Estate King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE34 3HN T: 01553 692021 www.rise-scaffold.co.uk *Rodells Ltd Cell Barnes House, Cell Barnes Lane, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 5AS T: 01727 841855 www.rodell-ltd.co.uk Rodells Ltd Broad Colney Works, Shenley Lane London Colney, Herts AL2 1DG T: 01727 821011 *Rotamead Limited Essex Works, Hawk Lane Battlesbridge, Essex SS11 7RL T: 01268 764786 www.rotamead.co.uk *Rotor Scaffolding Services Ltd 56-58 Factory Lane, Croydon CR0 3RL T: 01322 336058 *RPF Scaffolding Ltd 284 High Road, North Weald, Essex CM16 6EG T: 01992 524411 www.rpfscaffolding.co.uk
S *Seabro Ltd
7 Comet Way, Southend-on-Sea SS2 6GD T: 01702 522442 www.seabro.com Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Site 4, Crescent Estate, Station Road Nursling, Southampton SO16 0YD T: 02380 732136 Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB 609 London Road, West Thurrock, Essex RM20 3BJ T: 01708 861666 Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB The Drift, Off Nacton Road, Ipswich IP3 9QR T: 01473 271313 *Stanford Scaffolding Ltd Redburn House, 2 Tonbridge Road Harold Hill, Essex RM3 8QE T: 01708 343427
U *Unique Scaffolding Ltd
Unique House, Kangley Bridge Road, Lower Sydenham, London SE26 5AU T: 020 8778 8483 www.uniquescaffolding.co.uk
V *van Thiel United UK Ltd
Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Surrey RH1 4HW T: 01342 837773 www.thiel.nl
X XERVON Palmers Ltd Burts Wharf, Crabtree Manorway, North Belvedere, London (Belvedere), Kent DA17 6LJ T: 020 8319 7340 XERVON Palmers Ltd Derbyshire House, St Chads Street, London WC1H 8AG T: 020 7036 1670 XERVON Palmers Ltd Bradley House, Central Way, North Feltham Trading Estate, Feltham TW10 0RX T: 020 8587 0900
T *Tone Hire and Sales Ltd Victoria House, 144-146 Beddington Lane, Croydon, CR0 4TD T: 020 8684 5446 www.tonehireandsales.co.uk *Tone Scaffolding Services Ltd Sky House, 87-91 Beddington Lane, Croydon CR0 4TD T: 020 8684 3771 www.tonescaffolding.co.uk TRAD Hire & Sales Ltd Renwick Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0SB T: 020 8517 1212 TRAD Hire & Sales Ltd 58 Whittle Road, West Portway Industrial Estate, Andover, Hampshire SP10 3FB T: 01264 350505 *TRAD Scaffolding Co Ltd TRAD House, Imperial Street London E3 3ED T: 020 8980 1155
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www.trad.co.uk *Tubes Scaffolding Ltd Unit 1 Old Harleston Road, Earsham, Bungay, Suffolk NR35 2AG T: 01986 894434
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FULL MEMBERS | REGIONS A *Abbey Scaffolding (Swindon) Ltd
Unit 31 Whitehill Industrial Park, Whitehill Way, Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7DB T: 01793 480347 www.abbeyscaffold.com *Advanced Scaffolding (Bristol) Ltd Unit 2, Crown Road Industrial Estate, Crown Road, Warmley, Bristol BS30 8JJ T: 01179 673877 www.advancedscaffolding.com *Allen & Foxworthy Ltd Roslea House, Hargreaves Road, Groundwell Industrial Estate, Swindon, SN25 5AZ T: 01793 706634 www.allenandfoxworthy.co.uk Altrad Beaver 84 Ltd Unit 7, Llandough Industrial Estate Penarth, Cardiff CF11 8RR T: 02920 709046 *Apex Scaffolding (Exeter) Ltd Apex House, Pinbrook Road, Exeter EX4 8HH T: 01392 460099 www.apexscaffolding.co.uk *Ashton Scaffolding Services Ltd 189 South Liberty Lane, Bristol BS3 2TN T: 0117 966 7130 www.ashtonscaffolding.com
B *B J Champion Scaffolding Ltd
Champion House, Roentgen Court, Roentgen Road, Basingstoke RG24 8NT T: 01256 866000 www.thechampiongroup.co.uk *Blencowe Scaffolding Ltd Unit 1, Fieldfare Business Park, Old Malthouse Lane, Ford, Salisbury SP4 6DR T: 01722 329010 www.blencowescaffolding.co.uk Blencowe Scaffolding Ltd The Beresford Centre, Wade Road, Basingstoke RG24 8FA T: 01256 841400 *Brunel Scaffolding Ltd 5 James Watt Close, Hawksworth Industrial Estates, Swindon, SN2 1EL T: 01793 531539 www.brunel-scaffolding.co.uk *Bryson Scaffolding Ltd The Old Concrete Yard, Albert Road, St Phillips, Bristol, BS2 0YA T: 0117 300 5555 www.brysonscaffolding.co.uk
C Cape Industrial Services Ltd 16A Village Farm Road, Village Farm Industrial Estate, Pyle, Bridgend CF33 6BL T: 01656 748200 Cape Industrial Services Ltd Unit Q, Fort Wallington Industrial Estate, Fareham PO16 8TT T: 01329 238331 *Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Ltd Unit No 2B, Longrock Industrial Estate, Penzance TR20 8HX T: 01736 364562 www.sedgeman.co.uk *Construction Site Scaffolding Ltd 45 Shortwood Road, Pucklechurch, Bristol BS16 9PL T: 0117 957 5880
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Deborah Services Ltd Unit 158 Eastern Business Park, Bournemouth International Airport, Christchurch BS16 9PL T: 01202 591255 Deborah Services Ltd Cofton Road, Marsh Barton, Exeter EX2 8QW T: 01392 273595 Deborah Services Ltd Kemys Way, Gas Works Industrial Estate, Morriston, Swansea SA6 8QF T: 01792 774123 Deborah Services Ltd Lamby Way, Rumney, Cardiff CF3 8EQ T: 02920 791188 Deborah Services Ltd Perranwell Station, Perranwall, Truro TR3 7LG T: 01872 863501 Deborah Services Ltd Silverthorne Lane, St Philips, Bristol, BS2 0QD T: 0117 972 3353 Denholm Industrial Services Ltd Building SO33, South Yard, Devonport Royal Dockyard, Plymouth PL2 2BG T: 01752 500377 Denholm Industrial Services Ltd Deltex House, Flathouse Road, Portsmouth PO1 4QS T: 0771 5749790 *Design Scaffolding (Bristol) Ltd Unit 3, Bakers Park, Cater Road, Bishopsworth, Bristol BS13 7TT T: 0117 964 9000 www.designscaffolding.com
Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Unit 2, Olympic Park, Poole Hall Road, Ellesmere Port CH66 1ST T: 0151 373 7660 Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Unit G9, The Business Centre, Cardiff House, Vale of Glamorgan,CF63 2AW T: 01446 731240
*P.S.S. Scaffolding Ltd
F *Formula Scaffolding Ltd
70 High Street, West End, Southampton, SO30 3DU T: 02380 466900 www.formulascaffolding.co.uk *Fred Champion Scaffolding Ltd Unit 2a, Doublebois Industrial Estate, Doublebois, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 6LE T: 01579 320 080 www.fcscaffolding.com
G Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Martin Road, Tremorfa Industrial Estate, Cardiff CF24 5SD T: 02920 463835 Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Meriton Street, St Philips Marsh, Bristol, BS2 0SZ T: 0117 972 4550 *Gloucester Scaffolding Ltd The Orchards, Hayden Hill, Old Gloucester Road, Hayden, Cheltenham GL51 0SW T: 01242 680439 www.gloucesterscaffolding.co.uk
H *H M Scaffolding Ltd
Greatfield Farm, Wootton Bassett, Swindon, SN4 8EH T: 01793 770022 *Hewaswater Scaffolding Ltd Hewaswater, St. Austell PL26 7JF T: 01726 885218 www.hewaswaterscaffolding.co.uk Hewaswater Scaffolding Ltd Cannon Road, Heathfield Industrial Estate, Heathfield, Newton Abbot TQ12 6SH T: 01626 261010
J *JC Beale Scaffolding Ltd
The Old Woodyard, Upton Grey, Basingstoke RG25 2RL T: 01256 861781 www.jcbeale.co.uk J.W. Scaffolding Ltd Unit 5 Charminster Farm Industrial Estate, Wanchard Lane, Dorchester DT2 9RP T: 01305 269348 www.jwscaffolding.co.uk
K *King Scaffolding Ltd White Street, St Judes, Bristol BS5 0TS T: 0117 941 1358 www.kingscaffolding.co.uk
L *LTC Group 87 Ltd T/A LTC Specialist Scaffolding Wixenford Depot, Colesdown Hill, Plymouth PL9 8AA T: 01752 480400 www.ltcspecialistscaffolding.co.uk LTC Group 87 Ltd T/A LTC Specialist Scaffolding Unit 1, Phase 1, United Downs Industrial Park, St Day, Redruth TR16 5HY T: 01209 822216 Lyndon Scaffolding plc Unit 9, Atlantic Trading Estate, Barry CF63 3RF T: 01446 724 920
M *MG Scaffold (Oxford) Ltd
Unit 16, Athelney Way, Cheltenham, GL52 6RT T: 01242 238 912 www.mgscaffolding.uk.com
N Neal Stoneman Scaffolding Ltd Burrington Way Industrial Estate Plymouth PL5 3LS T: 01752 790487 www.nealstonemanscaffolding.co.uk Network Scaffolding Contractors Ltd Unit 7 Moy Road, Taffs Well, Cardiff CF15 7QR T: 02920 810217
O *O.K. Scaffolding Ltd
2 Hill Street, Carnetown Abercynon, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan CF45 4PH T: 01443 741460
Monforte House, Unit C9, Queens Road, Bridgend Industrial Estate, CF31 3UT T: 01656 662 279 www.pss-scaffolding.co.uk *Pen Mill Scaffolding (Hire & Sales) Ltd The Parade Ground, Boundary Way, Lufton Trading Estate, Yeovil BA22 8HZ T: 01935 473232 www.penmillscaffolding.co.uk PERI Ltd Bredon House, Almondsbury Business Centre, Woodlands, Bradley Stoke, Bristol BS32 4QH T: 01454 618117 *Pro-Fix Access Ltd Pylands Lane, Burlesdon, Southampton, SO31 1BH T: 02380 404411 www.profixaccess.co.uk Pro-Fix Access Ltd 107 Balfour Road, North End,Portsmouth, PO2 0NH T: 02380 404411
R *RBS Scaffolding Ltd
The Grove, Upper Northam Drive, Hedge End, Southampton SO30 4BG T: 02380 471119 www.rbsscaffolding.co.uk
S *S & K Scaffolding Ltd Manston, Southampton Road, Bartley, Southampton SO40 2NA T: 01794 324768 www.sandkscaffolding.co.uk Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Unit 12 Humber Way, Severnside Trading Estate, Avonmouth, Bristol BS11 8AE T: 0117 316 7323 *S.N. Scaffolds LLP Access House, Windsor Bridge Road, Bath BA2 3DT T: 01225 448352 www.snscaffolds.co.uk *S.R.K. Scaffolding Ltd Durston Forestry Yard, Durston, Taunton TA3 5AG T: 01823 413419 www.srkscaffold.co.uk *SCA Group Ltd 7 Crane Way, Woolsbridge Industrial Park, Three Legged Cross, Dorset BH21 6FA T: 01202 820820 www.sca-group.com SCA Group Ltd c/o BAE Systems, Building 3/182 Portsmouth Naval Base, PO1 3NJ T: 01202 820820 SCA Group Ltd Site 9, Home Farm, 132 Havant Road Hayling Island, Hampshire PO11 0LJ T: 02392 465245 SCA Group Ltd The Yard, East Yar Road, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 9AS T: 01983 864692 SCA Group Ltd c/o A&P Falmouth, The Docks Falmouth, TR11 4NR T: 01202 820820 *Scaffolding 4 MGB Ltd Unit 9, Bakers Park, Bishopsworth, Bristol BS13 7TT T: 0117 9465024
SOUTH WEST & SOUTH WALES www.scaffolding4mgb.co.uk *Severnside Scaffolding Ltd Morley House, Llanthony Road, Gloucester GL2 5HL T: 01452 529601 *SHS Integrated Services Ltd Unit 15a Atlantic Business Park, Barry CF63 3RF T: 01446 735364 www.shs.uk.com *Sonic Scaffolding 2000 Ltd Wyndhams Dairy, High Post Road, Winterbourne, Salisbury SP4 6HG T: 01980 619114 www.sonicscaffolding2000.co.uk
T *Tower Scaffolding (South West) Ltd Milber Trading Estate, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4SG T: 01626 331446 www.towerscaffolding.co.uk *TR Scaffolding (Bristol) Ltd Unit 11, The Carrick Business Centre, 4-5 Bonville Road, Brislington, Bristol BS4 5NZ T: 0117 3009500 www.trscaffolding.com TRAD Hire & Sales Ltd 58, Whittle Road,West Portway Industrial Estate, Andover SP10 3FB T: 01264 350505
Tubeline Scaffolding Ltd Units 2 & 3, Manor Farm,Cranbourne, Dorset BH21 5RL T: 01725 551107 www.tubelinescaffolding.co.uk
X XERVON Palmers Ltd c/o Zeneca Works, Hallen, Bristol BS10 7SJ T: 01179 380232 XERVON Palmers Ltd c/o Doosan Babcock, Aberthaw Power Station, Barry, Glamorgan CF62 4ZW T: 01446 754 320
MIDLANDS *360 Scaffolding Ltd
Willingham Hall, Rasen Road, North Willingham, Market Rasen LN8 3RJ T: 01673 849966 www.360scaffolding.co.uk
A *A&A Scaffolding Plus Eight (2003) Ltd Garner Street, Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 7AX T: 01782 202474 www.aandascaffolding.co.uk *AAA Scaffold Ltd Unit 7, Belper Enterprise Park, Greets Green Road, West Bromwich, B70 9EN T: 0121 553 1611 *Alan Wilks Scaffolding Ltd The Sidings, Main Street, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 7XB T: 01386 421782 www.alanwilksscaffolding.co.uk Allied Scaffolding Ltd Watling Street Business Park, Watling Street, Cannock WS11 9XG T: 0845 296 8854 Altrad Beaver 84 87-93 Amington Road, Birmingham, B25 8ET T: 0121 706 0000 *Apex Scaffolding (Leicester) Ltd Unit 6 Blaby Industrial Park, Winchester Avenue, Blaby, Leicester LE8 4GZ T: 0116 277 7666 www.apexscaffolding-leicester.co.uk *ASC Scaffolding Ltd The Transfer Station, Parsonage Street, Oldbury, West Midlands B69 4PH T: 0121 552 2797 www.ascscaffolding.com *Ashdurn Ltd 41 Redhill Road, Haymills, Birmingham B25 8HQ T: 0121 772 1422 www.ashdurnscaffolding.co.uk
C Cape Industrial Services Ltd The Flarepath,Elsham Wold Industrial Estate Elsham, Near Brigg, Lincolnshire DN20 0SP T: 01652 688108
*Central Scaffolding (Burton) Ltd Unit 153 Fauld Industrial Estate Tutbury, Burton-on-Trent, DE13 9HS T: 01283 810707 www.centralscaffolding.com *City Scaffold Services (Midlands) Ltd Unit 2, 1669 Bristol Road South, Longbridge, Birmingham B45 9UA T: 0121 4535431 www.citiscaff.co.uk *Combisafe International Ltd Safety Centre, Cheaney Drive, Northampton NN4 5FB T: 01604 660600 www.combisafe.co.uk *Controlled Scaffolding Ltd 15 Brewery Street, Birmingham B6 4JB T: 0121 333 4774 www.cslscaff.co.uk
D *D Ward Scaffolding Co. Ltd 21 Nursery Road, Hockley, Birmingham B19 2XN T: 0121 515 5035 www.wardscaffolding.com Deborah Services Ltd Abbey Street, Lenton, Nottingham NG7 2PD T: 0115 978 1953 Deborah Services Ltd Southern Way, Wednesbury, Birmingham WS10 7BU T: 0121 502 0849 Deborah Services Ltd Unit 5 Fengate Trade Park,Second Drove, Peterborough PE1 5XA T: 01733 890009 Deborah Services Ltd Island Carr Industrial Estate, Island Carr Road, Brigg, Lincolnshire DN20 8PD T: 01652 688606
E *Empire Scaffolding (GB) Ltd
Wigwam Lane, Hucknall, Nottingham NG15 7SZ T: 0115 964 1600 www.empirescaffolding.co.uk *Euro Scaffolding Services Ltd Unit 1 Heathfield Way, Kingsheath Industrial Estate, Northampton
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NN5 7QP T: 01604 583 334 www.euroscaffolding.co.uk *Everup Scaffolding Company Ltd Atlas Trading Estate, Colebrook Road Birmingham B11 2NT T: 0121 766 5221 www.everupscaffolding.co.uk
G *Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Trinity Street, Off Tat Bank Road, Oldbury, West Midlands B69 4LA T: 0121 554 3355 www.generationuk.co.uk Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Kingsfield Way, Off Gladstone Road, Dallington, Northampton NN5 7QN T: 01604 580444
H *HAKI Ltd
Magnus, Tame Valley Industrial Estate, Tamworth B77 5BY T: 01827 282525 www.haki.co.uk
I *Independent Scaffolding Services Ltd Unit 5 Albion Industrial Estate, Oldbury Road, West Bromwich B70 9BP T: 0121 553 6677 www.indscaff.co.uk *Inspired Scaffolding Services Ltd Brailwood Close, Bilsthorpe, Nottinghamshire NG22 8UG T: 01623 870688 www.iss-scaffolding.co.uk *Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Intersection House, 110 Birmingham Road, West Bromwich B70 6RP T: 0121 524 7770 www.interserve.com Interserve Industrial Services Ltd c/o MolsonCoors, Station Street Burton-upon-Trent DE14 1BG
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FULL MEMBERS | REGIONS J *JFE Attridge Scaffolding Services Co Ltd The Levels Industrial Estate, Brereton, Rugeley, Staffordshire WS15 1RD T: 01889 582156 www.attridge-scaffolding.co.uk
K *Kaefer C & D Ltd 63 Portland Street, Mansfield Woodhouse, Mansfield NG19 8BG T: 01623 781200 www.candgroup.co.uk
L *Lindway Scaffolding Ltd
Unit 16, Bridge Street, Clay Cross, Derbyshire S45 9NU T: 01246 866919 www.lindwayscaffolding.co.uk *Lyndon Scaffolding plc Valepits Road, Garretts Green, Birmingham, West Midlands B33 0TD T: 0121 789 7979 www.lyndonscaffolding.co.uk
M *M. Bliss (Subcontract Brickwork) Ltd Unit 1 Mallard Close, Earls Barton, Northampton NN6 0JF T: 01604 811122 www.mblissbrickwork.co.uk *Malvern Scaffolding Ltd Unit 2, Lower Interfields, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 1UU T: 01886 833700 www.malvernscaffolding.co.uk MG Scaffolding Ltd The Scaffold Yard, Homework Farm, Clifton Road, Deddington, Oxon OX15 0TP T: 01869 337070 *Midland & General Scaffolding Ltd 13 Cannock Wood Industrial Estate, Cannock Wood, Rawnsley, Cannock, Staffordshire WS12 0PL
T: 01543 898023 www.midlandandgeneral.com *Midland Scaffolding Services Ltd High Street, Scaldwell, Northampton, NN6 9JS T: 01604 880111 www.midlandscaffolding.co.uk
P *PERI Ltd
Market Harborough Road, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby CV23 0AN T: 01788 861600 www.peri.ltd.uk PERI Ltd Curdworth House, Kingsbury Road, Curdworth, Sutton Coldfield B76 9EE T: 01675 475509
R *Rilmac Scaffolding Ltd
Greetwell Road, Lincoln LN2 4NH T: 01722 329010 www.rilmac.co.uk
S Safe Access Scaffolding (Midlands) Ltd Rock House, Belfield Street, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8DU T: 0115 9327878 *Safeway Scaffolding Limited Station Road, Coleshill, Birmingham B46 1JB T: 01675 465593 www.safewayscaffolding.co.uk *Access 2 Ltd T/A Sandwell Scaffold 11 Osyth Close Brackmills Industrial Estate, Northampton NN4 7DY T: 01604 766141
Access 2 Ltd T/A Sandwell Scaffold Unit 2B, Charles Street, West Bromwich B70 0AZ T: 0121 557 9464 *Scaffold Erection Services Ltd 221-225 Tyburn Road, Erdington, Birmingham B24 8NB T: 0121 322 2088 www.scaffolder.co.uk *Scaffold Services Ltd Hawarden Avenue, Leicester LE5 4NN T: 0116 276 8125
www.scaffoldservicesltd.co.uk *Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Building 100, Relay Point, Relay Drive Tamworth, Staffordshire B77 5PA T: 01827 266100 www.beis.com/uk/ Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Rush Lane, Dosthill, Tamworth, Staffordshire B77 1LT T: 01827 255900 Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Unit 3, Manby Road, South Killingholme, Immingham DN40 3DX T: 01469 553800 *Sky Scaffolding (Midlands) Ltd Nicolet House, Budbrooke Road Industrial Estate, Budbrooke Road, Warwick CV34 5XH T: 01926 400900 www.skyscaffolding.co.uk *South Lincolnshire Scaffolding Ltd Sallow Holt, Gelston Road, Hough on the Hill, Grantham, NG32 2BH T: 01400 251742 www.sls-scaffolding.co.uk South Lincolnshire Scaffolding Ltd 10 Tenens Way, Riverside Industrial Estate, Boston, Lincolnshire PE21 7PA T: 01205 363366 Speedier Scaffolding Ltd 19a Hamil Road, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 1BA T: 01782 825560 *Staffordshire Access Scaffolding Ltd Unit 4, P.A Wood Estates, Park Lane, Fenton, Stoke on Trent ST4 3JP T: 01782 593189 www.staffordshire-access-scaffolding. co.uk *Star Scaffolding Ltd Unit 6, PDH Industrial Estate, Western Way, Wednesbury WS10 7QQ T: 0121 505 6366 www.star-scaffolding.co.uk *SW Scaffolding Ltd Rear of Park Farm, Spratton Road, Brixworth, Northampton NN6 9DS T: 01604 881731
T *Tamworth Scaffolding Company Ltd 25 Marsett, Wilnecote, Tamworth, B77 4QU T: 01827 892900 www.tamscaff.co.uk TRAD Hire & Sales Ltd TRAD House, Brickhouse Lane, West Bromwich, B70 0DY T: 0121 522 2333
U *UK Access Solutions Ltd
1 Bilport Lane, Wednesbury, Walsall WS10 0NT T: 0121 500 5055 www.ukaccesssolutions.co.uk
V *Viking Scaffold Services Ltd
341 Himley Road, Dudley DY3 2PX T: 01384 258552 www.vikingscaffold.co.uk
X *XL Scaffolding Ltd
Unit 4, Benwick Road Industrial Estate, Station Road, Whittlesey, Peterborough, PE7 2HD T: 01733 208686 www.xlscaffolding.co.uk
NORTHERN & NORTH WALES *3 D Scaffolding Ltd
The Oasis, Northbank Industrial Park, Irlam, Manchester M44 5BL T: 0161 777 9303 www.3dscaffoldingltd.co.uk
A *Abbi Access Services Ltd Unit 36 Clwyd Close, Hawarden Industrial Park, Manor Lane, Hawarden CH5 3PZ T: 01244 629919 www.abbiaccess.com
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*Ace Scaffolding (M/CR) Ltd
Ace House, Weymouth Road, Winton, Eccles M30 8BT T: 0161 787 7872 www.acescaffolding.net *Acorn Scaffolding (Yorkshire) Ltd Moor Lane Trading Estate, Moxon Way, Sherburn in Elmet, Leeds LS25 6ES T: 0800 0787916 www.acornscaffolding.com *Advance Scaffolding (Lancashire) Ltd Unit 4-6, Blackrod Industrial Estate, Off Scot Lane, Blackrod, Bolton BL6 5SG T: 01942 830058
*Allied Scaffolding Ltd
Littlebank Street, Oldham OL4 1JA T: 0161 633 0425 www.alliedscaffolding.co.uk Allied Scaffolding Ltd Brockholes View, Preston PR1 4BH T: 0845 296 8854 Allied Scaffolding Ltd 75 Lime Street, Liverpool L1 1JQ HD6 1LQ T: 01484 720600 Altrad Beaver 84 Pitt Street, Westbank, Widnes, Cheshire WA8 0TG T: 0151 420 3331
Altrad Beaver 84 Stoneygate Lane, Abbotsford Rd, Felling, Gateshead, NE10 0EX T: 0191 469 7504 *Altrad NSG Ltd Fourth Avenue, Deeside Industrial Park, Deeside, Flintshire CH5 2NR T: 01244 833100 www.altradnsg.com *Alustar UK 15 Bankside, The Watermark, Gateshead NE11 9SY T: 0191 4619300 www.alustar.no
›› *Anglesey Scaffolding (Ynys Mon)
Company Ltd Site 15, Amlwch Business Park, Amlwch, Anglesey LL68 9BQ T: 01407 831331 www.angleseyscaffolding.co.uk *APE Scaffolding Ltd Globe Works, Queensway, Rochdale OL11 2QY T: 0845 2697273 www.apescaffolding.co.uk *Arctic Scaffolding Co Ltd Unit 1, Bannel Lane, Buckley, Flintshire, CH7 3AP T: 01244 543568 www.arcticscaffolding.co.uk
B *B & A Scaffolding Ltd
Unit D, Therm Road,Cleveland Business Park, Cleveland Street, Hull HU8 7BF T: 01482 325952 www.bandascaffolding.co.uk *Bee Jay Scaffolding Ltd Airevale House, Rodley Lane, Rodley, Leeds LS13 1BJ T: 0113 239 3240 www.beejayscaffolding.ltd.uk *BSL (Systems) Ltd Unit 4, Durley Park Close, North Cheshire Trading Estate, Wirral CH43 3DZ T: 0151 207 2090 www.bslsystemsltd.co.uk BSL (Systems) Ltd 5-7 Glegg Street, Liverpool, L3 7DX T: 0151 207 2090 Brogan Group 82 King Street, Manchester M2 4WQ T: 0161 225 8600 *Burflex (Scaffolding) Ltd Burflex House, Clay Street, Hull HU8 8HA T: 01482 339340 www.burflex.co.uk
C *Cape Industrial Services Ltd
6 & 7 Lyncastle Way, Barleycastle Lane, Appleton Thorn Trading Estate, Warrington WA4 4ST T: 01925 865900 www.capeplc.com Cape Industrial Services Ltd Unit 11 Royce Avenue, Cowpen Industrial Estate, Billingham, Cleveland TS23 4BX T: 01642 370077 Cape Industrial Services Ltd Unit 2 Fields End Business Park Davey Road, Goldthorpe, Barnsley S63 0JF T: 01709 886050 *Carlisle Scaffolding Ltd Unit 3B Duchess Avenue, Carlisle, CA6 4SN T: 01228 548483 www.carlislescaffolding.co.uk *Cheshire Scaffolds Ltd Haigh Avenue, Whitehill Trading Estate, Stockport, Cheshire SK4 1NU T: 0161 476 2223 www.cheshirescaffoldsltd.co.uk Cheshire Scaffolds Ltd 8 Bankfield Court, Ferryview Commercial Road, Wirral CH62 3NN T: 0151 3343334 *Commercial Scaffolding Ltd Leads Road, Hull, Yorkshire HU7 ODF T: 01482 782181 www.commscaf.co.uk
*Complete Access Specialist
Contracts Ltd Unit 14 Oaks Business Park, Oaks Lane, Barnsley S71 1HT T: 01226 294455 www.complete.gb.net *Complete Access (Scaffolding) Ltd Newmillerdam Industrial Park Barnsley Road, Wakefield WF2 6QW T: 01924 255222 www.casl.gb.com *Connolly Scaffolding Ltd Unit H2, Wheel Forge Way, Trafford Park, Manchester M17 1EH T: 0161 886 4910 www.connollyscaffolding.co.uk *Contract Scaffolding Services Ltd Carleton Depot, London Road, Carlisle CA1 3DS T: 01228 549411 www.contractscaffolding.co.uk *Crest Scaffolding Ltd 656 Liverpool Road, Irlam, Manchester M44 5AD T: 0161 776 1055 www.crestscaffoldingltd.com *Crossway Scaffolding (Elland) Ltd Pennine View, Dewsbury Road, Elland, West Yorkshire HX5 9JU T: 01422 370033 www.crosswayscaffolding.co.uk *CWR Scaffolds Ltd Pomfret Street, Burnley BB11 4AF T: 01282 412069 www.cwrscaffolds.co.uk
D *D. Stewart Scaffolding Ltd Unit 4 Aptec Enterprise Park Darlington Road, West Auckland Durham DL14 9PD T: 01388 835881 www.dstewartscaffoldingltd.com *Deborah Services Ltd Unit C, Cedar Court Office Park, Denby Dale Road, Calder Grove WF4 3QZ T: 01924 416000 www.deborahservices.co.uk Deborah Services Ltd Hawthorne Court, Howley Park Road Morley, Leeds LS27 0BN T: 0113 244 4629 Deborah Services Ltd 10 Green Lane, Pelaw, Gateshead NE10 0QH T: 0191 469 8125 Deborah Services Ltd Brenda Road, Hartepool TS25 2BT T: 01429 261444 Deborah Services Ltd Elm Grove, Sale, Cheshire M33 7JY T: 0161 969 3925 Deborah Services Ltd Unit 14, Meadow Bank Works, Meadow Bank Road, Rotherham S61 6NF T: 01709 554149
F *Focus Scaffolding Ltd
Meadow Road Compound, Whitehaven, Cumbria CA28 9HY T: 01946 592338 www.focus-scaffolding.co.uk Focus Scaffolding Ltd Site 1, Sellafield, Seascale, Cumbria CA20 1 PF T: 01946 729803
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G *GB Scaffolding (Gainsborough) Ltd Somerby Way, Heapham Road Industrial Estate, Gainsborough, North Lincolnshire DN21 1QG T: 01427 614792 www.gbscaffoldinghire.co.uk Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Forward House, Portobello Road Industrial Estate, Birtley, Newcastle DH3 2SL T: 0191 492 1190 Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Unit 2, Ledger Park, Haigh Park Road, Stourton, Leeds LS10 1RT T: 0113 277 8822 Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Unit 4, Vauxhall Industrial Estate, Greg Street, Reddish, Stockport SK5 7BR T: 0161 477 0131 George Roberts (North West) Ltd Unit D, Wakefield Road, Netherton, Liverpool L30 6TZ T: 0151 524 2434 www.scaffoldingsales.com *Gibby Scaffolding Ltd 13/15A Brazil Street, Holderness Road, Hull, HU9 1JR T: 01482 210613
H *H.T. Scaffolding Systems Ltd
Low Hall Mill, Holbeck Lane, Holbeck, Leeds LS11 9UP T: 0113 246 8290 www.htscaffolding.co.uk H.T. Scaffolding Systems Ltd 379 Bury Road, Prestwich, Manchester M25 1AW T: 0161 798 4902 * RSEH Ltd T/A Heywood Scaffolding Services Unit L3 Birch Business Park, Whittle Lane, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 2SX T: 01706 365742 www.heywoodscaffolding.com *High Peak Scaffolding Ltd Unit 6, Waterswallows Industrial Park, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 7JB T: 01298 872666 www.highpeakscaffolding.co.uk
I *IBN Scaffold Access Ltd
Whaley Road, Barugh Green, Barnsley S75 1HT T: 01226 206356 www.ibnscaffold.co.uk IBN Scaffold Access Ltd Building 67, Europa Business Park, Bird Hall Lane, Cheadle Heath, Stockport SK3 0XA T: 0161 428 2898 *Interlink Scaffolding Ltd Unit 11, Station Lane Industrial Estate, Birtley, Tyne & Wear DH3 1DQ T: 0191 492 2000 www.interlinkscaffoldingltd.co.uk Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Chain Bridge Road, Blaydon on Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE21 5SZ T: 0191 414 2481 Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Rough-Hey Road, Grimsargh, Preston PR2 5AR T: 01772 796665
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FULL MEMBERS | REGIONS Q Interserve Industrial Services Ltd Unit 2, Olympic Park, Poole Hall Road Ellesmere Port CH66 1ST T: 0151 373 7660
K Kaefer C & D Ltd West Side, Tyne Dock, South Shields Tyne & Wear NE34 9PL T: 0191 489 5279 www.candgroup.co.uk Kaefer C & D Ltd Ethan House, Royce Avenue, Cowpen Lane Industrial Estate, Billingham TS23 4BX T: 01642 371850 *Kirk Scaffolding Ltd Greenbank Works, Gorse Street, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 3EU T: 01254 672337 www.kirkscaffolding.co.uk
L Layher Ltd North Point Business Park, Selby Road, Eggborough DN14 0JT T: 01977 661605 *Lenehan Scaffolding (Preston) Ltd Unit G8 Redscar Industrial Estate Longridge Road, Preston PR2 5NQ T: 01772 793 930 www.lenehanscaffolding.co.uk Lyndon Scaffolding plc Hendham Vale Industrial park, Hazelbottom Road, Manchester M8 0AD T: 0161 205 2100 Lyndon Scaffolding Plc Pallion Shipyard, Pallion New Road, Sunderland SR4 6WE T: 0191 580 5500
N *Network Scaffolding Contractors Ltd The Scaffolding Yard, Station Road, Blackrod, Bolton BL6 5GJ T: 01204 668154 www.networkscaffolding.co.uk *Northern 90 Scaffolding Ltd Palm Business Centre, Stock Lane, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 9EZ T: 0161 652 3337 www.northern90.co.uk
P PERI Ltd Unit E2, Whitwood Enterprise Park, Speedwell Road, Whitwood, Castleford WF10 5PX T: 01977 554361 *Premier Scaffolding Services Ltd Premier House, Windmill Way, Wagonway Industrial Estate, Hebburn, Tyne & Wear NE31 1SP T: 0191 483 9991 www.premierscaffoldinghebburn.co.uk *Project Scaffolding Ltd Dawsonâ€™s Wharf, Via Vulcan Street, Middlesbrough TS2 1JR T: 01642 222626 www.projectscaffolding.co.uk
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*QED Scaffolding Ltd
Lock Street, St Helens WA9 1HS T: 01744 751117 www.qedscaffolding.com
R *R J S Scaffolding Ltd
Industrial Estate, Pen-Y-Groes, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL54 6DB T: 01286 881670 *Ray Seager Scaffolding Services Ltd Glan Conwy Freight Yard, Ffordd Maelgwyn, Tre Marl Industrial Estate, Llandudno Junction, Conwy LL31 9PN T: 01492 860071 www.rayseager.com *Renvac Scaffolding Ltd Front Street, Bebside Blythe, Northumberland NE24 4HP T: 01670 828688 www.renvac-scaffolding.co.uk *Rowland Scaffold Co Ltd Rowland House, 274 Attercliffe Road, Sheffield S4 7WZ T: 0114 275 5752 www.rowlandscaffold.co.uk
S S & P Scaffolding Ltd Caspian House, Clay Street, Hull HU8 8HA T: 01482 824321 www.s-pscaffolding.co.uk Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Crabtree Lane, Clayton Industrial Estate, Openshaw, Manchester M11 1BR T: 0161 230 4061 Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB Pontefract Road, Stourton, Leeds LS10 1SP T: 0113 271 2951 *S.G.S. Ltd Foster Street, Stoneferry Road, Kingston Upon Hull HU8 8BT T: 01482 610488 www.sg-scaffolding.com *S.Y.S (Scaffolding Contractors) Ltd Old North Ropery Works, Carr Hill, Balby, Doncaster DN4 8DE T: 01302 340132 www.sysscaffolding.com Access 2 Ltd T/A Sandwell Scaffold Unit 19 Westbrook Park, Trafford Park Road, Manchester M17 1AY T: 0161 873 7922 www.sandwellscaffold.co.uk *SAY Scaffolding Ltd SAY House, Units 2, 3 & Offices, Rudgate Business Centre, Thorp Arch Industrial Estate, Wetherby, Yorkshire LS23 7AT T: 01937 848480 www.sayltd.co.uk SCA Group Ltd c/o A&P Tyne, Wagonway Road Hebburn, NE31 1SP T: 07887 418690 SCA Group Ltd c/o A&P Tees, Teesport, Commerce Park Dockside Road, Middlesbrough TS6 6UZ T: 07887 418690 *SHS Integrated Services (Transmission) Ltd Grove Road, Kirk Sandall Industrial Estate, Doncaster DN3 1RY T: 01302 888840
www.shs.uk.com *Silver Star Services Ltd Unit 4, Palm Business Centre, Stock Lane, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 9ER T: 0161 665 0828 *Speedier Scaffolding Ltd Manchester Road, Westhoughton, Bolton BL5 3QH T: 01942 841919 www.speedierscaffolding.com Speedier Scaffolding Ltd 39-47 Eaton Street, Liverpool L3 6BS T: 0151 2365121 Speedier Scaffolding Ltd Scarth Road, Sowerby Woods Business Park, Barrow in Furness, Cumbria LA14 4RF T: 01229 821932 Speedier Scaffolding Ltd 19A Hamil Road, Burslem, Stoke-onTrent ST6 1BA T: 01782 825560 *Standard Scaffolding Specialists Ltd 131A Church Street, Little Lever, Bolton BL3 1BW T: 01204 574064 www.standardscaffolding.co.uk *Swale Scaffolding Ltd Gatherley Road Industrial Estate, Brompton on Swale, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 7JQ T: 01748 812777 www.swalegroup.com
X XERVON Palmers Ltd PO BOX 1949, Wilton Contractors Compound, Wilton International, Boundary Road, North Middlesbrough TS90 8JG T: 01642 440210 XERVON Palmers Ltd Unit 1, Mentor Business Park, Hadrian Road, Wallsend, Tyne & Wear NE28 6HH T: 0191 262 1403
T *Tilson Scaffolding Ltd
Hippo House, Liverpool Street, Kingston Upon Hull HU3 4XT T: 01482 223474 www.tilsonscaffolding.co.uk *TRAD Hire & Sales Ltd TRAD House, Cromwell Road, Bredbury, Stockport, SK6 2RF T: 0161 494 2999 www.tradhireandsales.co.uk TRAD Hire & Sales Ltd TRAD House Unit 1B, 16 Cross Green Way, Cross Green Industrial Estate, Leeds LS9 0SE T: 0113 249 9555
U UK Access Solutions Ltd Forward Works, Bridge Lane, Woolston, Warrington WA1 4BA T: 01925 266134
W *Wood Group Industrial Services Ltd Kirkstone House, St Omers Road, Western Riverside Route, Gateshead NE11 9EZ T: 0191 493 2600 www.woodgroup-isl.com/
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A *A & J Maintenance Support Ltd
11/13 Panmure Street, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 2ER T: 01382 774287 www.ajmscaffolding.co.uk *ASC Edinburgh Ltd 1 Gilmerton Station Road, Edinburgh EH17 8RZ T: 0131 443 1616 www.asclimited.net Altrad Beaver 84 Ltd Altrad Beaver 84 Duntillan Road, Salsburgh, Shotts, North Lanarkshire ML7 4NZ T: 01698 870200
C Cape Industrial Services Ltd Kirkton Drive, Dyce, Aberdeen AB21 0BG T: 01224 215800 Cape Industrial Services Ltd Mill Road Industrial Estate, Linlithgow, West Lothian EH49 7SF T: 01506 670200
D Deborah Services Ltd Ash Street, Off Lochee Road, Dundee DD1 5AR T: 01382 227552 Deborah Services Ltd Unit 2, West Harbour Road, Granton, Edinburgh EH5 1PP T: 0131 552 7534 Deborah Services Ltd 37 Colquhoun Avenue, Hillington Industrial Estate, Glasgow G52 4PL T: 0141 810 8350 *Denholm Industrial Services Ltd 200 Carmichael Street, Glasgow G51 2QU T: 0141 445 3939 www.denholm-industrial.com
G Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale 4 Westerton Road, East Mains Industrial Estate, Broxburn, Edinburgh EH52 5AU T: 01506 863864 Generation (UK) Ltd T/A Generation Hire and Sale Duchess Road, Rutherglen, Glasgow G73 1AU T: 0141 647 6969
I Interserve Industrial Services Ltd 22 Castle Road, Bankside Industrial Estate, Falkirk FK2 7XY T: 01324 627430 Interserve Industrial Services Ltd 35 North Canal Bank Street, Glasgow G4 9XQ T: 0141 552 0003 Interserve Industrial Services Ltd 600 Gilmerton Road, Edinburgh EH17 8RY T: 0131 672 2698
Interserve Industrial Services Ltd 70/72 Perrie Street, Lochee, Dundee DD2 2RD T: 01382 610511
J *J & I Scaffolding Ltd Unit 38 Mayfield Industrial Estate, Mayfield, Dalkeith, Edinburgh EH22 4AD T: 0131 660 5141 www.jandiscaffolding.co.uk
K Kaefer C & D Ltd 7a Drovers Road, East Mains Industrial Estate, Broxburn, West Lothian EH52 5AZ T: 01506 856000
L Layher Ltd 3 Letham Road, Houstoun Industrial Estate, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 5BY T: 01506 440220 Lyndon Scaffolding plc Brocks Way, East Mains Industrial Estate, Broxburn, West Lothian EH52 5NB T: 01506 855444
M *Mar Scaffolding (Scotland) Ltd
Unit 35, Thistle Industrial Estate, Church Street, Cowdenbeath, Fife KY4 8LP T: 01383 611710 www.marscaffolding.co.uk *McDonald Scaffolding (Services) Ltd Rosskeen Old Manse, Invergordon, Inverness, Rossshire IV18 0PR T: 01349 853 222 www.mcdonaldscaffolding.com *MJD & Sons (Scaffolding) Ltd 103 Portland Avenue, Irvine, Ayrshire KA12 8NL T: 01294 275117/8 www.mjdandsons.co.uk *Muehlhan Industrial Services Ltd T/A Muehlhan Scaffolding Unit 2 Proserve, Souterhead Road, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen AB12 3LF T: 01224 638181
*RDA Scaffolding Ltd
Ashley Drive, Bothwell, Glasgow G71 8BS T: 01698 801 807 www.rda-scaffolding.com
S SCA Group Ltd c/o BAE Systems, 1048 Govan Road, Govan, Glasgow G51 4XP T: 07557 436766 Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB 2580 London Road, Carmyle, Glasgow G32 8XZ T: 0141 763 1333 Brand Energy & Infrastructure Services UK Ltd T/A SGB 29 Bankhead Drive, Sighthill Industrial Estate, Edinburgh EH11 4DN T: 0131 442 3438 *Strathclyde Scaffolding Services Ltd Glengallan Road, Oban PA34 4HG T: 01631 565229 www.strathclydescaffoldingservices. co.uk
T TRAD Hire & Sales Ltd TRAD Wharf, 244 Bernard Street, Glasgow G40 3NX T: 0141 550 3666 *TTAG Ltd Meadowside Complex, Meadowside Street, Renfrew PA4 8LF T: 0141 886 6322 www.ttagscaffolding.co.uk *Turner Access Ltd 65 Craigton Road, Glasgow G51 3EQ T: 0141 309 5555 www.turner-access.co.uk
X *XERVON Palmers Ltd
331 Charles Street, Royston, Glasgow G21 2QA T: 0141 553 4030 www.xervonpalmers.co.uk XERVON Palmers Ltd c/o Cala Chem, Earls Road, Grangemouth, Stirlingshire FK3 8XG T: 01324 494124
P *Par Scaffolding Ltd
Unit 6, Newhailes Industrial Estate, Newhailes Road, Musselburgh, Edinburgh EH21 6SY T: 0131 665 9180 www.parscaffolding.co.uk PERI Ltd 3 Weavers Court Business Park, Linfield Road, Belfast BT12 5GH T: 02890 224028 PERI Ltd 331 Charles Street, Glasgow G21 2QA T: 0141 553 5252 Project Scaffolding Ltd 36 Grange Road, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 5DE T: 01506 441144
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48.3 Scaffold Design Ltd Pilgrims Court, 15-17 West Street, Reigate, Surrey RH2 9BL T: 01737 244047 www.483scaffolddesign.com Access Design & Safety Ltd The Design Studio, 1 Parsons Street, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 1JJ T: 01384 459090 www.designsafe.co.uk Access Training Services Ltd 12 Park Avenue, Redcar North Yorkshire TS10 3JZ T: 01642 474535 www.accesstrainingservices.co.uk Apex Scaffold Design Ltd Unit 5, Basepoint Business Centre, Bromsgrove Technology Park, Isidore Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 3ET T: 01527 888975 www.apexscaffolddesign.com
Highland Temporary Works Ltd 22B Longman Drive, Inverness IV1 1SU T: 01463 237945 www.htwdesign.co.uk
PB Scaffold Design Ltd ICON Business Centre, 4100 Park Approach, Thorpe Park, Colton, Leeds LS15 8GB T: 0113 397 0411 www.pbscaffolddesign.co.uk
Training 2000 Ltd Furthergate Industrial Park, Harwood Street, Blackburn, Lancs BB1 3BD T: 01254 54659 www.training2000.co.uk Tubular Techniques Ltd 137b High Street, Tonbridge, Kent TN9 1DH T: 01732 370300 www.tubulartechniquesltd.co.uk
B BAM Construct UK Ltd Breakspear Park, Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP2 4FL T: 01442 238300 www.bam.co.uk Brady Corporation Ltd T/A Scafftag Wildmere Industrial Estate, Banbury, Oxon OX16 3JU T: 01295 228288 www.brady.co.uk
C CADS (Computer and Design Services Ltd) Arrowsmith Court, 10 Station Approach, Broadstone, Dorset BH18 8AX T: 01202 603031 www.smartscaffolder.com Citation Citation House, 1 Macclesfield Road, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 1BZ T: 01625 415500 www.citation.co.uk CITB Bircham Newton, Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE31 6RH T: 0344 9944400 www.citb.co.uk
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I Icopal Ltd Barton Dock Road, Stretford, Manchester M32 0YL T: 0161 8654444 www.icopal.com Independent Design House Ltd Studio 2, Westree House, 2 Westree Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8HB T: 01622 690410 www.idh-design.co.uk Independent Site Inspection Services Ltd Worcester Park Garden Centre, Riverhill, Old Malden Lane, Worcester Park, Surrey KT4 7QB T: 0208 3353600 www.isis-inspect.co.uk
K Kier Professional Services Ltd Tempsford Hall, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2BD T: 01767 355665 www.kier.co.uk
M Morgan Sindall plc Corporation Street, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 2DW T: 01788 534 500 www.morgansindall.com
O Optima Scaffold Designs LLP Amerycke Court, Long Ashton Business Park, Yanley Lane, Long Ashton, Bristol BS41 9LB T: 01275 393944 www.optima-designs.co.uk
R Raprig Design Ltd Suite F4 Jape One Business Centre, Dell Road, Shawclough, Rochdale OL12 6BZ T: 01706 343933 www.raprigdesigns.co.uk Raptor Scaffold Design & Consultancy Ltd Bosavern Cottage, St Just, Penzance, Cornwall TR19 7RD T: 07794 044950 www.raptorscaffolddesigns.co.uk
S Safety & Access Ltd Dabell Avenue, Blenheim Industrial Estate, Bulwell, Nottingham NG6 8WA T: 0115 979 4523 W: www.safetyaccess.co.uk Scaftec Ltd Panorama Business Village, 8 Lonmay Place, Queenslie, Glasgow G33 4ER T: 0141 771 4400 www.scaftec.co.uk Simian Risk Management Ltd Wallis House, The Quadrant, Birchwood Park, Warrington WA3 6FW T: 0845 602 2418 www.simian-risk.com Spencer Coatings Ltd T/A Meynell Paints 6 York Street, Aberdeen AB11 5DD T: 01224 288780 www.spencercoatings.co.uk StrikeSoft Ltd 1 Standon Business Park, Stortford Road, Ware, Herts SG11 1PH T: 0845 345 7108 www.strikesoft.co.uk
V Vinci Construction UK Ltd Astral House, Imperial Way, Watford, Herts WD24 4WW T: 01923 233433 www.vinciconstruction.co.uk
W Wates Construction Ltd Wates House, Station Approach, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7SW T: 01372 861000 www.wates.co.uk West Anglia Training Association Ltd Old Houghton Road, Hartford, Huntingdon, Cambs PE29 1YB T: 01480 435544 www.wata.co.uk Wildgoose Construction Ltd Horsefair House, 35 King Street, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 7BY T: 01773 546400 www.wildgooseconstruction.co.uk Willmott Dixon Holdings Ltd Suite 201, The Spirella Building, Bridge Road, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire SG6 4GY T: 01462 678910 www.willmottdixon.co.uk Winters Safety Services 20 Ashlar Ave, Carrickstone, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, North Lanarkshire G68 0GL T: 01236 728290 www.winterssafetyservices.co.uk
Z Zep UK Ltd PO Box 12, Tanhouse Lane, Widnes, Cheshire WA8 0RD T: 0151 4221000 www.zepuk.eu
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