Restoration and refurbishment scaffolding is a speciality area of our work due to the need to take extreme care not to damage the facade or the interior of heritage locations. Erecting this type of structure requires the expertise of our seasoned professionals who have experience in this type of work.
A Grade II listed building has historical significance and requires significant maintenance with special care because the building may be centuries old. There are laws in the UK that prevent disturbing the brickwork of a Grade II building. This means that any solution used for the restoration work on the building must be stable, self-supported, and detached from the building itself.
For church restorations and work on Grade II buildings, in almost all cases, there is a large group of stakeholders whose needs and concerns must be addressed. The design of the structure needs to consider all the factors of safety for the installation and the impact on the areas surrounding the project to minimise any disturbance, as much as possible.