The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group has welcomed the Government’s efforts to address the practice of late payments and the commitment to change the culture of unfair treatment of SMEs and illegal practices, but it says there is still more to be done to ensure implementation and enforcement.
Fife-based I-Scaff has completed a contract to shut down a coal-fired power station in Mariveles in the province of Bataan, the Philippines. The recommendation for I-Scaff came from the power station’s site manager who had director Ross Brown’s details following
Neath-based Absolute Scaffolding Wales (ASW) has pledged its commitment to Time to Change Wales, a social movement that aims to improve attitudes and change behaviour towards mental health in society in Wales. At the event to mark the occasion, with
The Scaffolding Association has become a member of the Temporary Works Forum (TWF) as part of its continuing strategy to improve the standards of scaffolding and access within the construction industry. The TWF is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to
Marshall Construction has appointed Brian McDermott as its new managing director. Mr McDermott has been promoted from operations director of the General Building Division, bringing significant leadership experience and a deep understanding of the company to the role. He will
The new Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) came into effect in central London in April and with it a daily charge of £100 for lorries not meeting the emissions standards. The ULEZ replaces the T-Charge and operates within the current Congestion
The innovative Gaydon Clamp saves labour time by allowing scaffolders to lift and lower scaffolding tubes up to multi levels quickly and easily. Users just need a standard scaffold spanner to secure and release The Gaydon Clamp on two scaffold