Our contract scaffolding department caters for project requirements large and small.
Whether you require access, support or temporary containment, we have the
expertise to assist you - whatever your requirements.
Established in 1978 the company has grown steadily to be an independent key player within the South West scaffolding industry. Further steady growth is our future aspiration, we understand that customer satisfaction is paramount to achieving this goal.
With contract depots in based in Newton Abbot, we have the resources and expertise of a highly qualified management team and workforce to assist you anywhere in the South West.
We cater for scaffolding projects large and small, from large new build housing sites and apartment blocks, churches, temporary roofs, propping & support, temporary containment, industrial scaffold to roofing access, decoration access, domestic and industrial works. With over 55 operatives and a fleet of over 45 vehicles, we are well equipped to undertake any works required.
Our aim is to provide a highly professional, safe, contract scaffolding service throughout the South West of England. To always strive to exceed our customers expectations, in terms of quality, safety and service, to be the best that we can be, to build on confidence and trust for the future.
Works are progressing well at the prestigious Carlyon Bay site. A luxury retirement complex consisti...Project Details
We were asked to provide access to 5 No. Cutwater sections at Countess Wear Bridge, Exeter.Project Details
Access, support and bridging scaffolds to enable demolition works.Project Details
A temporary roof with cladding and protection at Brentor Church.Project Details
We are pleased to announce that we have received ISO 9001 2008 certification through the British Assessment Bureau.Full Story
NHBC Pride In The Job Award 2016Full Story
We have been successfully audited by Achilies UVDB achieving an overall score of 98%.Full Story
We are pleased to announce that our sister company 'PSB Sales Limited' has completed its relocation.Full Story