Bird's Eye View of a Week at Craven Scaffolding

Friday, March 23, 2018
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Craven Scaffolding’s Jamie Charles, gives an insider view of a typical week in the life of the Craven Scaffolding team.

Friday 16th March:

Pleased with a job well done at Nelson House – we took the scaffolding down today on this fantastic Timperley conversion of an office block into luxury apartments.One very happy client.

Monday 19th March:

Busy week ahead, with two major scaffolding projects kicking off after an intense planning period.

We mobilised the scaffolding at Sir Charles Groves Hall, which is a Liberty Living student accommodation.It’s a large-scale project that will see a team of six Craven scaffolders on site every day.

Tuesday 20th March:

Another day another scaffolding project being mobilised: today is the beginning of what is expected to be a flourishing partnership between Craven Scaffolding and Wythenshawe Community Housing Association scaffold, we’ll be working closely with Willow Park Housing Trust to deliver their scaffolding requirements across thousands of homes.

Fuller blog coming soon to track these projects.

Wednesday 21st March:

Phone’s not stopped ringing today, with enquiries for new scaffolding projects. Full pipeline of projects for weeks ahead, but we’re always happy to accommodate new work too – so don’t let that stop you getting in touch.

Friday 23rd March:

This week has flown by.Finally getting chance to put aside some dedicated time this week to move forward with our scaffolding recruitment project. We’re always on the look-out for experienced scaffolders and new scaffolders to join our apprentice scheme.Our recent blog on scaffolding as a great career highlighted what an impressive salary scaffolding can offer. If you’re looking for a career move or know anyone who takes real pride in their work and who you’d recommend to us, drop us a line: