A SELECTION OF CLIENT PROJECTS

Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton - 2013

Temporary roof, access scaffolding and lifting gantries. 

Castle Drogo is a country house near Drewsteignton, Devon, England. It was built from 1911 and was finished in 1930 for Julius Drewe (businessman and founder of the Home and Colonial Stores) to designs by architect Edwin Lutyens, and is a Grade I listed building. It is currently undergoing a 5 year conservation project to finally make it watertight. Castle Drogo was the last castle to be built in England, and probably the last private house in the country to be built entirely of granite.

Penzance Railway Station - 2012

Bridged access scaffolding for restoration works. 

Penzance railway station serves the town of Penzance, Cornwall, UK. The station is the western terminus of the 305.25 miles (491 km) Cornish Main Line from London Paddington station. The current journey time to or from London Paddington is between five and six hours.

CWS Flour Mills, Avonmouth Docks, Bristol - 2012

Access scaffolding for demolition. 

These large structures in Avonmouth, commonly known as Bristol Dock, needed to be demolished in a safe and controlled way. The Bristol Port Company wanted to find a way to demolish the structures but keep dust and disruption to the port at a minimum. This included ensuring the safety of the passenger line to Severn Beach. The structures had been largely unused since the 1980s.

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol - 2011

Access scaffolding for stone cleaning and repairs. 

The Clifton Suspension Bridge is a suspension bridge, which opened in 1864, spanning the Avon Gorge and the River Avon, linking Clifton in Bristol to Leigh Woods in North Somerset, England. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the bridge is a grade I listed building and forms part of the B3129 road.

Purley Railway Station - 2009

Access scaffolding.

Purley railway station is in the London Borough of Croydon on the Brighton Main Line, in Travelcard Zone 6. It is a junction, with branches to Caterham and Tattenham Corner. 

There are sidings used by the Day and Son gravel company, part of whose installation has been given a visual treatment intended to resemble a signal box. Trains of aggregates from Cliffe are dealt with here.

Wills Memorial Building, Bristol - 2006

Access scaffolding.

The Wills Memorial Building (also known as the Wills Memorial Tower or simply the Wills Tower) is a Neo Gothic building designed by Sir George Oatley and built as a memorial to Henry Overton Wills III. Begun in 1915 and not opened until 1925, it is considered one of the last great Gothic buildings to be built in England.

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