26th March 2009

Taking no chances over Mayfair casino

Harsco Infrastructure (SGB) has supplied six Mastclimbers™ mounted on a specially designed steel mezzanine to help refurbish a 16-storey block in London. The six single-masts, reaching 55m in height, are being used by Concrete Repairs Ltd (CRL), to install a new Insulated Render cladding system and new aluminium windows to Park Towers, a high-rise apartment […]

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13th March 2009

Recognised for Health and Safety at Specialist Awards

The UK’s most accomplished specialist contractors were recognised with a coveted Construction News Specialists Award at this year’s gala dinner at the London Hilton, Park Lane on March 5 2009. Recognising and rewarding the best specialist contractors in the business, the Specialists Awards is one of the construction industry’s most notable annual events. The awards […]

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6th March 2009

Balfour Beatty chooses Mastclimbers™ for super-pylon

Access specialist, Lyndon SGB has erected a 120m high mast climbing work platform (MCWP) through the centre of the tallest electricity pylon in the UK, enabling the Electricity Alliance East, an Alliance between National Grid and Balfour Beatty, to carry out essential electrical and structural maintenance work. Owned by the National Grid, the pylon carries […]

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19th February 2009

London Gatwick refurbishment covered

Scaffolding and access specialist Harsco Infrastructure (SGB) is providing crucial temporary weather protection to contractors carrying out roof repair work at London Gatwick Airport. Main contractor ROK have just renewed a £130 million, five-year framework agreement with BAA and are currently working on Phases 8 and 9 of a major refurbishment project at London Gatwick […]

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22nd January 2009

Distilling the essence of access expertise

Two Mastclimbers™ from scaffolding and access specialist Harsco Infrastructure (SGB) have been used by builders ROK in the cladding of the futuristic sloping façade of Diageo’s new distillery at Roseisle, Speyside. The £40 million building is the first new malt whisky distillery to be built in Scotland for 30 years. A marriage of age-old whisky-making […]

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