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Types Of Scaffolding: Six Examples

What is scaffolding? In the simplest terms, scaffolding is a temporary structure that is attached to the original structure so that workers can use it as a platform to help with construction. There are many types of scaffolding which cater for different construction needs but all need to be carefully built, strong and stable. It…

Unique Architecture in Sheffield

Found near the Peak District in South Yorkshire, Sheffield is a fascinating city to visit and explore. Whether you live in Sheffield or not, you may have heard of some of its unique buildings and architecture. Operating in and around the city ourselves, we know there are a huge amount of interesting buildings and architecture…

The Brief History of Steel in Sheffield

With Sheffield’s official nickname as “Steel City” and its motto translating to “with God’s help our labour is successful”, it’s no wonder that Sheffield’s history is centred around the industrial revolution and steel. As a company who works extensively with steel, we feel it’s important to learn about our roots and how generations before us…

Seeking Art in Sheffield

Considering it’s named Steel City, because of it’s once thriving steel industry which spanned the globe, it’s no surprise that Sheffield has a hugely creative and artistic scene. With a blend of the traditional and contemporary, the painted artworks and the metal structures, Sheffield’s city centre and it’s art scene combine seamlessly into one. As…

Look Into Scaffolding Services For Your Live Event

If you’re looking at running live events as a potential entrepreneurial enterprise, there are some extremely encouraging statistics on just how valuable this sector is to the economy. Currently, the UK’s event industry is worth £42.3 billion, with growth expected to continue for the remainder of 2018 and into 2019. 35% of the visitor economy…

Amazing Examples of Scaffolding Companies Work

It’s an astonishing fact, but the first evidence of scaffolding can be traced back to over 17,000 years ago. Sockets in the walls surrounding cave paintings at Lascaux in southwestern France indicate that a scaffold was used to assist the painting of the ceiling. The Berlin Foundry Cup – an ancient Greek drinking cup with…