Unique scaffolding for quirky sixteen-sided house

A La Ronde is a quirky 18th-century, Grade 1 listed 16-sided house in Summer Lane, two miles north of...

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Getting the design right makes commercial sense

Hudson Contract Services have launched an independ…

February 21, 2020

BrandSafway, owners of Lyndon SGB and Taylor’s Hoists, acquire assets of Benchmark Scaffolding’s UK Hoist Division

February 18, 2020

QED and UKSSH step up to the mark

February 12, 2020

HAKI expands technical team with new CTO and Design Manager roles

February 10, 2020

Hitting the Ground Running

February 10, 2020

Experienced Industry Professionals Join Scottish Board of Leading Construction Body

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BrandSafway, owners of Lyndon SGB and Taylor’s Hoists, acquire assets of Benchmark Scaffolding’s UK Hoist Division

Expands Taylor’s Hoists premium access expertise in London Brand Industrial Services, known as BrandSafway, has acquired the assets of Benchmark Scaffolding’s UK Hoist Division, effective February 17, 2020. This transaction significantly enhances the premium hoist capabilities of Taylor’s Hoists, a division of Lyndon SGB by BrandSafway, in the greater London

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QED and UKSSH step up to the mark

When leading North West Scaffolding contractor QED were engaged by Network Rail to provide a public access staircase to maintain operations at Moorside Railway Station in Swinton whilst the station was refurbished, their first thought was to talk to UK System Scaffold Hire. QED Operations Director Mike Ward says “Over

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Getting the design right makes commercial sense

Nigel Waring, Business Development Manager at 48.3 Scaffold Design, discusses how prioritising scaffold design ahead of contractor appointment, and collaborating with permanent works teams, can improve profit margins. For clients, scaffolding is often the first thing needed but the last thing that is thought about. So it comes as no surprise that the variation costs

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Uncertain times weigh heavily on our sector

Well here we are again and like you, I had hoped we wouldn’t need to address the issues of BREXIT again having been promised faithfully, we would be leaving on 31st October. Definitely. But after a further delay – at the very least – we still don’t really have a clue where we stand as

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Feasting Upon False Dawns

In a month in which all political, economic and seasonal indicators pointed towards a downturn, the UK construction industry chose to self-identify as upward and upbeat.   Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards looks on disbelievingly. In March this year, the month in which the UK was originally scheduled to bid a not-so-fond adieu to the

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Getting the design right makes commercial sense

Nigel Waring, Business Development Manager at 48.3 Scaffold Design, discusses how prioritising scaffold design ahead of contractor appointment, and collaborating with permanent works teams, can improve profit margins. For clients, scaffolding is often the first thing needed but the last thing that is thought about. So it comes as no surprise that the variation costs

Read More »

Uncertain times weigh heavily on our sector

Well here we are again and like you, I had hoped we wouldn’t need to address the issues of BREXIT again having been promised faithfully, we would be leaving on 31st October. Definitely. But after a further delay – at the very least – we still don’t really have a clue where we stand as

Read More »

Feasting Upon False Dawns

In a month in which all political, economic and seasonal indicators pointed towards a downturn, the UK construction industry chose to self-identify as upward and upbeat.   Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards looks on disbelievingly. In March this year, the month in which the UK was originally scheduled to bid a not-so-fond adieu to the

Read More »