As the year edges closer to an end, and before we pack up and close for the traditional Christmas break we take a look back at what most attracted your attention during 2021.
The last twelve months have been another busy news-filled year for the scaffolding industry as ScaffMag continues to keep you updated with what’s going on. Whether on desktop, mobile, tablet or in our quarterly magazine available in digital and print, we have you covered.
During the holiday season, we will update the site with any major breaking stories but our full news service will be back on 5 January 2022.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our valued readers, subscribers and social media followers from around the world a very safe and Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
Most Read Stories of 2021
Also in January our report on NASC’s eagerly-anticipated eGuide scaffolding design software update and expansion of TG20:21 got your attention.
Also in February our report on Lyndon SGB supplying complex access solutions on one of the most prestigious and largest scaffolding projects in the country got your attention.
Modular scaffolding giants Layher have developed a new hybrid advanced guardrail system that combines the versatility of its leading Allround System with the speed of its STAR system.
A leading UK construction trade body issued a warning in April over spiralling materials costs as a result of disruptions brought about by the twin impact of coronavirus and Brexit.
Scaffolding specialist Alltask Ltd strengthend and extended its capabilities after completing the acquisition of Luton based, EA Scaffolding & Systems Ltd.
NASC revealed that more than 10,000 TG20:21 compliance sheets were produced since the new software went live.
Elevated prices and the shortage of construction materials including timber, cement and steel is set to continue throughout the rest of the year.
Scaffolding erected over a railway bridge in Warrington collapsed causing travel chaos for weekend commuters.
A former branch manager at MG Scaffolding has been ordered to pay back all the money he gained from fraudulently selling scrap metal.
Our project report on the UK’s largest commercial scaffolding project got your attention in October.
Scaffolders at British Steel in Scunthorpe have entered their fifth week of all-out strike action in a long-running pay dispute with bosses.
A GIANT INFLATABLE RAT has joined British Steel scaffolders and strike campaigners outside a South Shields company.
We hope you have a very merry Christmas and a happy new year, see you in 2022!