New contract wins as Infiniti Scaffolding starts 2022 with a bang

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Infiniti Scaffolding has kicked off 2022 with a bang winning a series of new scaffolding contracts including projects for Keepmoat Homes, Lindum Homes, and Formes Construction.

Scarborough-based Infiniti Scaffolding has won a contract to scaffold the 94-plot Phase 4 of Keepmoat Homes’ Capella 588-home new build housing development at Middle Deepdale. Infiniti has already completed three phases of the Keepmoat Homes site that is providing two-, three- and four-bedroom semi-detached and detached homes four miles from Scarborough.

In Pickering, Infiniti Scaffolding is working on a Lindum Homes site at Outgang Road for 20 new build flats, semi-detached and townhouses; while on Filey Road, Gristhorpe, the company has been contracted to provide scaffolding for 25 new build two-, three- and four-bedroom bungalows, detached and semi-detached homes, following the 41 plots of Phase 1.

“These wins are another testimony to the hard work and skill of our scaffolders and our investment in training and safety and mark a fantastic start to the new year for us, ” said Joe Naylor, director Infiniti Scaffolding.

The company has recently completed large scaffolding contracts including for Sheffield Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation, Termrim Construction in Scarborough and Filey, the Department for Works and Pensions and William Hare, the UK’s largest independent steel company.

The privately-owned business continues to have a large presence in North Yorkshire working on residential projects for householders and local tradesmen providing a fast and efficient service.

Last year Infiniti Scaffolding won a significant feather in its cap, gaining the coveted National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) Full Contractor Member accreditation, making it the only NASC-approved scaffolder within a 50-mile radius of Scarborough.

Infiniti Scaffolding directors Joe and Lisa Naylor have recently attended the NASC Spring 2022 Regional Meeting held in Durham, and this was the first Regional Meeting of 2022 and was very well attended. Lots of new projects being launched in relation to recruitment and supporting new membership schemes.  Take a look at www.nasc.org.uk

As one of the UK’s access and scaffolding national trade body, NASC is regarded as a benchmark for quality, safety, and professionalism, with its accreditation accepted as the highest industry standard by the Health and Safety Executive and other government and public sector bodies.

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