Commercial scaffolding is serious business. No company wants to have scaffolding across their existing premises, or even in place on a new site, but it’s an essential aspect of any construction work. The main reason behind this mindset is that the structure obscures the identity of your building, from the signage to its physical features and character.
You could choose from traditional tube and fitting scaffolding, or go for the more sleek and modern Layher Protect system, with translucent panels acting as a skin across the entire building. Then there’s our range of towers, temporary stairs and rubbish chutes, all of which can be incorporated into the plan to keep disruption, noise and mess to an absolute minimum whilst enhancing access and safety.
Whatever the case, we’re here to discuss which kind of arrangement will best suit your specific requirements, timeframe and budget.
With most commercial scaffolding projects taking place in busy areas, we also appreciate the necessity of guiding the public’s experience of the site. From the visual appearance and prevention of noise pollution, to providing security fences and barrier systems to assure public safety, we have everything under control.
The same goes for our employees. Every worker at Burflex Scaffolding is trained and qualified in best practices and codes of conduct. As a company, we’re a member of the National Access and Scaffolding Confederation, the national trade body that produces industry-recognised safety and technical guidance. With regular audits taking place, you can rest assured that we always have the public’s expectations in mind, as well as the needs of the client.
Additionally, being ISO 9001:2008 accredited means that we consistently demonstrate our ability to provide a product that meets customer, statutory and regulatory requirements.
Time is money for any business, so we take your deadlines very seriously. All of our projects are expertly designed from scratch using CAD software plus 2D and 3D designs, consulting with you every step of the way. As a result, both parties are on the same page throughout the process, helping to set realistic timeframes and stick to an agreed schedule.