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Buckley Design’s temporary Etihad roof challenge

Buckley Design Solutions faced a unique challenge to supply a temporary roof for the Etihad Stadium, home of Manchester City Football Club. The main roof’s geometry was angled on multiple planes, with a movement joint located directly where the temporary

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Featured

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 Exmouth in Devon, with stunning panoramic views across the Exe estuary. It was built for two spinster cousins, Jane and Mary

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Projects

Construction Extraordinaire

A new façade display support scaffold has been constructed by the Masons Scaffolding team to announce the re-opening of Louis Vuitton’s flagship store on New Bond Street, in London. The very exacting and complex drilled scaffold framing configuration was completed

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Projects

JPS Scaffolding help with memorial restorations

JPS Scaffolding erected a full scaffold with supports at the top to the Pilgrim Father’s Memorial, at the shoreline of Mayflower Park and Southampton’s historic walls. The memorial was built in 1913, to mark and honour the departure of The

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Products

ScaffGap closes gaps on working platforms

ScaffGap is a recognised scaffolding component that is proud to play a part in the quest to make scaffold platforms safe. It’s ease of use and re-usability has made it the preferred method used by many contractors. Simply clipping to

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News

Divine inspiration for St Patricks

Ireland’s oldest and most iconic church – founded in 1191 – is currently host to one of the most remarkable scaffolding structures as it undergoes Phase 1 of a major renovation project. 85 tonnes of scaffolding are being used to

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Health and safety

Foundation systems for scaffolding

Scaffold contractors, designers and temporary works managers should pay careful consideration to the foundations of scaffold systems – how many do? Paul Thompson reports. “From little acorns do mighty oaks grow” goes the old English proverb. It implies that, despite

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