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Sky Scaffolding have been members of the NASC for over 15 years
We are the trusted provider of scaffolding on ancient monuments
We provide scaffolding for historic bridge repairs
We have vast experience scaffolding heritage assets in the UK
Layher Keder XL temporary roof
Integrated staircases, loading bays, and hoarding system
The ultimate scaffolding system for speed and versatility
Heritage Scaffolding Services
We have supplied scaffolding for work on heritage sites throughout the UK for years. Working on assets owned or managed by English Heritage and The National Trust, we have built up a wealth of experience in providing scaffolding structures for maintenance and reconstruction that are sympathetic to the buildings they adorn.
Protecting History, the Environment, and the Public
Working on heritage sites often involves working in close proximity to the public and paying visitors. This requires special attention and measures to protect the public while essential works are being carried out, prevent unauthorised access to the scaffolding structure, and providing a structure that is as aesthetically pleasing as possible. We have had great success with our Layher Protect Panel system that can be customised with printed vinyl to match the underlying building and surroundings.
Preventing unauthorised access
We provided the scaffolding for Guy’s Tower in Warwick Castle. This scaffold required a full-height staircase and integrated hoarding system to provide security and prevent pedestrians from accessing the scaffold.
Bidford Bridge Reconstruction
Following a collision on the ancient monument Bidford Bridge, we provided scaffolding out of the water to allow masonry repairs to the pier and parapet. There was a weight restriction on the bridge and we were unable to use anchors to secure the scaffold.
St. Michael’s Cathedral
We provided the scaffolding for the restoration of St. Michael’s Cathedral in Coventry. This scaffolding was required for masonry repairs and was constructed using the Layher system scaffold, and the design had to avoid tying to the historic stonework.