Location: Daybrook, Arnold
Contract Value: £400,000
Contract Duration: 18 Months
This project started life as access to re-bed coping stones and repair split or damaged window heads. Investigation by council engineers revealed possible structural weakness in the steel frame and a programme of remedial work was put together starting with the tower and finishing with the temporary roof over the north side lower roof. We were unable to found scaffolding on the roof when we scaffolded the tower so employed 1m deep aluminium beams spanning from Mansfield Road to the car park at t...Click Here
Contract Value: £960,000
Contract Duration: 36 Weeks
Victoria Law Courts is a grade1 listed building sat between Corporation Street and Steelhouse Lane.Click Here
The project was a full refurbishment including all roofs and the terracotta front elevation and just to add to the fun, all the work had to be carried out between 6pm and 6am because the courts were in session daily. When putting our tender together we decided to include an escape staircase from the inner courtyard over the roof and down onto Newton Street; this proved to be a deciding factor whe...
Contract Value: £4, 600
Contract Duration: 8 Weeks
An Independent access scaffold allowing refurbishment works to the listed building to be carried out safely, in the centre of Nottingham requiring us to work closely with Nottingham City Council as the scaffolding was on the pavement.Click Here
Contract Value: £600,000
Contract Duration: 16 Weeks
This project Started life as a challenging access tower to replace a section of lead lifted by the wind.Click Here
(The lead had landed on the roof of the council house). Subsequent investigation revealed that a huge amount of the lead fixing had rotted. A full scaffold was called for, presenting us with the logistical problem of getting our material onto the main roof and close to the dome base. A crane was employed to lift materials, but only so much was allowed to be landed at any one time so the cra...