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Construction giant rewards XERVON Palmers performance at Heathrow

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XERVON Palmers have been praised once again for their scaffolding and access solutions at Heathrow Airport. The firm picked up “Suppliers” award and an “Individual Achievement” award for their contracted work for construction giant Morgan Sindall.XERVON Palmers’ team of a dozen operatives have been working night shifts providing a 70m long and 35m wide tube and fitting scaffolding with a...

SGB Provides bespoke scaffolding for complex bridge refurbishment project

SGB has successfully completed a complex scaffold on the historic Welsh 'Chain Bridge' The major Welsh landmark has benefitted from a bespoke scaffolding and access solution provided by the BRAND owned SGB. The historic ‘Chain Bridge’ in Llangollen, Denbighshire is undergoing a £465,000 restoration, and the scaffolding and access work carried out by SGB is central to the project.The 1929...

Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Ltd completes challenging Cornish Viaduct project. 

Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Ltd

The Hayle Viaduct The Hayle Railway, opened in 1837, it was situated in front of the magnificent viaduct, built in 1852 by the West Cornwall Railway to I. K. Brunel's design. The original viaduct, which was made of wooden trestle, stood for 34 years before being rebuilt in granite in 1886. Hayle viaduct is very unique due to having three roads that run under...

XERVON Palmers Scaffolding at Ovingham Bridge, River Tyne

XERVON PALMERS

XERVON Palmers continue to deliver bespoke scaffolding and access on 166m long bridge over the River Tyne. Scaffolding contractor, XERVON Palmers, are currently in the middle of a contract for Northumberland County Council and the Department for Transport (DfT) providing access for the £3 million refurbishment of the historic Ovingham Bridge over the River Tyne, in the North East.Scaffolding and...

Sedgeman helps to rebuild Devon coastline after UK storms

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Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Ltd supplied and installed over 35 tons of scaffolding to help rebuild damaged rail infrastructure and sea-defences. During the first half of February parts of Britain were hit by a huge atlantic storms which battered coastlines and overwhelmed sea-defences.  In Dawlish, Devon the storms destroyed a section of the sea wall and left the railway to Cornwall suspended in mid-air. Chris...

Cape Wins Outstanding HSE Performance Award In Abu Dhabi

cape abu dhabi

Global industrial services firm Cape have today announced they have received an outstanding HSE Performance Award from Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA OPCO) for the year 2012 on all ADMA jobs. Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company, ADMA-OPCO in brief, is a major producer of oil and gas from the offshore areas of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The Company prides itself...

Harsco’s Integrated Access Solution Helps Construction Of New Waste-To-Energy Plant

Harsco

A variety of access, formwork and shoring systems from Harsco Infrastructure (formerly SGB) were used to construct a new £205 million state-of-the-art Energy from Waste plant in Ardley, North Oxfordshire. Harsco designed and supplied the formwork required for the creation of 24m deep reinforced waste bunker which will accommodate up to 5,000 tonnes of waste. The bunker is being constructed...

High level of working safety for Peri on Power Plant

Eemshaven Power Plant, Netherlands As part of the planned construction of the new power plant, the Peri Up Rosett Flex has proved to be extremely adaptable during the assembly phase – in so doing, it has fulfilled the highest requirements regarding the installation of the working platforms. The fact that the modular scaffolding can be assembled with the guardrail in...

Victory For Kings Cross Roof Regeneration

Keder Roof Sheeting from Industrial Textiles and Plastics Selected for Europe’s Largest Temporary Roofing Project.Fundamental to the Olympic Games redevelopment programme designed to showcase London at its very best was the £500 million refurbishment of Kings Cross station.Initiated in 2007, the project spanned 5 years with completion in March 2012, four months ahead of the Games.  With a stringent...

Demanding Project Highlights Harsco’s Customer Service Abilities

A college refurbishment project in Rutland has thrown the spotlight onto the outstanding levels of customer service for which Harsco Infrastructure is widely recognised, and earned the company high praise from its client.Despite the presence of asbestos and the need for frequent changes during the life of the project, Harsco was able to provide a CUPLOK® scaffolding system...

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