London Network Scaffolding LTD’s works at London’s iconic King’s College Hospital have been featured in September's edition of Layher Update. King's College Hospital in Lambeth is undergoing construction work that includes the creation of a helipad and access ramps atop a 10-storey building in the hospital campus. Installed by London Network Scaffolding Ltd for client McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd, the facility makes extensive use of the strength and versatility of the Layher syste
London Network Scaffolding LTD have successfully completed the erection and dismantle of four separate ADAPT System Scaffold Towers for their client; Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) at Burberry’s flagship store on London’s iconic Regent Street. The ADAPT System Scaffold Towers were erected for PTSG engineers to work on a hidden mechanical arm within the store’s ceiling which control the many live shows that the store hosts. The works were carried out over one nigh
London Network Scaffolding Ltd have completed another access scaffold for ongoing client; Archer Signs. The scaffold which was required to change over the front of house show signage at Garrick Theatre was erected and dismantled within a 24hr period allowing the theatre to continue as normal whilst allowing Archer Signs to carry out their installation works. The speedy installation was made possible due to the use of Layher's Allround Scaffolding System. Archers are theatre s
London Network Scaffolding LTD and Layher UK have recently been involved with a project at London’s Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to construct an onsite “MediCinema”.
Two charities partnered together to bring a state-of-the-art cinema to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The CW+MediCinema was officially launched in October at a special event in the hospital attended by donors, supporters, hospital staff and patients. A system birdcage scaffold was erected to help with t
London Network Scaffolding LTD are currently working on a project for client; Peak Construction in Camden supplying various scaffolds within close proximity to a live rail for the construction of timber framed houses. As the construction of these buildings are within four meters of Network Rail overhead lines carrying 25,000 volts, an isolation / possession had to be obtained from Network Rail which only gave operatives a limited amount of time to erect the scaffold and seal
London Network Scaffolding LTD have recently completed works on the London based office of Britain’s iconic designer brand; Mulberry. The works carried out in Kensington, West London were for renovations to be carried out to the building façade. London Network Scaffolding LTD utilised their preferred material partner; Layher UK to supply the necessary kit to construct the external scaffold to four sides of the building and ensure a safe, secure and quick erection to meet the
London Network Scaffolding Special Projects LTD have just completed the install of a Layher System bridged scaffold at London’s Poplar Depot (DLR) for client; Emico. The scaffold is being used by the contractor to install new air-conditioning units on top of the existing office blocks. London Network Scaffolding Special Projects LTD utilised their Layher Protect System for hoarding purposes at the base of the staircase attached to the Layher System bridged scaffold. The Prote
London Network Scaffolding LTD’s works at London’s iconic King’s College Hospital have rapidly progressed over the past two months. The project now encompasses provisions for access to London’s third helipad facility for client; McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd (MCLH). London’s new helipad facility will serve 5.5 million people across south east London and Kent. Rob Bentley, Director of Trauma at King’s College Hospital said “King’s is already a Major Trauma Centre, but with the addit
London Network Scaffolding Special Projects Limited have jointly awarded Anthony Dunne and Bartek Zaluga as their “Scaffolder of the Month” for December 2015.
Bartek and Anthony were awarded M&S Vouchers, a trophy and certificate at an event attended by Richmond Metropolitan Police Borough Commander Colin Kennedy, Sargent Les Jackson and WPCSO Guinnie Mooneesawmy. Anthony Dunne’s journey with London Network Scaffolding Special Projects Limited is symbolic of the efforts by