• Sympathetic scaffold design protects the fabric of historic buildings
  • Temporary roofs protect priceless historic interiors
  • Public access staircases turn restoration projects into visitor attractions

For the last 30 years Tamworth Scaffolding Co Ltd has an unsurpassed reputation for providing access and weather protection solutions for heritage projects and is well known and highly regarded by conservation architects, restoration contractors and structural engineers alike within this specialist sector.

In addition to dozens of churches, cathedrals, castles and stately homes, Tamworth Scaffolding Co Ltd has worked on many projects with the National Trust and English Heritage as well as award winning buildings such as The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust and The RSC Swan Theatre in Stratford.

We have constructed temporary roofs that have protected some of the country’s most famous stately homes (and protected some of Britain’s most priceless treasures in the process) and designed and built access solutions both outside historic properties and inside them as well.

Some of our recent projects include the following well known buildings:

  • Attingham Park
  • Calke Abbey
  • Farnborough Hall
  • Kelmarsh Hall
  • Derby Cathedral
  • Leicester Cathedral
  • Tamworth Castle

Our expertise in providing public access staircases and bridges means we can even help you turn essential work in to a public attraction – giving visitors the opportunity to see restoration work.

Our experience means that our scaffold solutions will be sympathetic to the needs of conservation experts: We always look to reduce contact points to a minimum to ensure that beautiful facades are preserved.