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Hull based Burflex Scaffolding Ltd beats the recession and continues to expand after investing £750,000 purchasing 47 new vans. The major investment comes after the...

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Tufcoat have successfully carried out an installation project for the £3.8m conservation works taking place at Dyrham Park. Flame retardant shrink wrap was used in...

Scaffolding contractor Crossway commence work on the historic Coopers Buildings in Liverpool. Crossway have reported that the scaffolding structure currently being erected in Liverpool City...

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Hull based Burflex Scaffolding Ltd beats the recession and continues to expand after investing £750,000 purchasing 47 new vans. The major investment comes after the...

48.3 announce the launch of a new Northern regional office and the appointment of a new team member. One of the UK’s leading design firms...
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Shocking video emerges of a scaffold collapse in downtown Portland, Oregon, USA. Wind was a factor in bringing the structure down but possibly the deciding...

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An overloaded scaffolding wagon loses balance and tips backwards in a video from China. According to the telegraph website the footage was captured in Chongqing...
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Safety and Access Ltd have announced that the new CISRS accredited training facility in Qatar has received its first customers for CISRS training. During recent...

CISRS Simian Skill Middle East Overseas Training Scheme (OSTS) Centre Re-accredited Simian Skill’s Overseas Training Scheme (OSTS) centre in Al Qorz, near Dubai in the United Arab...

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Tilon Composites, the United Kingdom’s leading manufacturer of fibre reinforced polymer composite products, has announced a huge reduction in the market price of its...

A storm is brewing within the Scaffold and Access industry. It has been said “F-Board is the most significant change in over 30 years”. As...

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