Apt Scaffolding is based in London and covering the whole of the UK, we are a leader in our field, providing a wide range of Scaffolding services to both the commercial and domestic sectors. From large infrastructure projects, and retail stores, to listed buildings, and private houses, APT Scaffolding can undertake a wide variety of work, no matter how large or small your project.
With around 100 scaffold structures erected in London at any one time, we are well experienced in the industry and have a highly skilled and professional team, who can understand each customer’s specific requirements, to advise on the best course of action. All Projects are meticulously planned from the initial call to completion, and we implement a full CRM system, so you can track the project, at each milestone, to ensure it is on schedule.
We are able to carry out all the legal and official paperwork on your behalf, meaning you donʼt have to worry about a thing. We will contact the local council, fill out all relevant applications and acquire the temporary structure licence.
Our qualified surveyors will undertake a full Risk Assessment and we provide a method statement before any work is carried out. Once the scaffold is erected, we issue a handover certificate and will carry out a full inspection of the structure every 7 days. at your request. Each scaffold structure is tailored exactly to our customerʼs needs and requirements and designed using CAD engineering modelling software. For business clients in prime advertising locations, we are able to offer a bespoke scaffold framework for signs and billboards, enabling you to achieve supplementary income from your temporary structure.
Our customers know us for our reputation and have given us glowing reviews. Our attention to detail, level of communication, expertise and adherence to safety standards, is why our customers return to us again and again.
Health and Safety
At Apt Scaffolding Ltd we take the safety of our customers, our employees and the general public very seriously. We endeavour to provide all advice and equipment needed in order to achieve a safe environment for our scaffolding projects and prevent accidents. There are many current regulations that relate to our chosen profession and we make sure as a company to keep ourselves safe within these rules and regulations at all times.
Just a few of the Health and Safety regulations by which we abide are:
- Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
- The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (commonly referred to as CDM)
- The Work at Height Regulations 2005
- The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
- The Road Traffic Regulations act 1984 (chapter 8)
- Local authority or highway agencies.
As well as having our own HSE Department, Apt Scaffolding employs the services of an independent Health and Safety professionals for verification.
Here at Apt Scaffolding, we strive to ensure our company complies with industry regulations and advancements. To put our customers’ at ease, we have become involved with several commended industry schemes and federations to show our commitment to the quality of our work. Click on the link below to find out more about each of our accreditation’s and how they can benefit you as a customer.
- Safety Schemes In Procurement (SSIP)
- Construction Line
- CHAS Accreditation
- Safety Management Advisor Services – smas
- Scaffolding Association
- Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme – FORS
Apt Scaffolding is a fully insured scaffolding contractor through AXA Insurance. Our company protects you, the homeowner, with £10 million of liability insurance and all workers are covered too. It’s not enough to be insured as a general contractor, you need to know that the company installing, adapting and dismantling your scaffolding is a fully insured scaffolding contractor
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Given the global situation we are all facing we are sure some serious challenges lay ahead. We will be doing our level best to make sure we can continue working, to keep us all employed for as long as possible. The situation is constantly unfolding and as a responsible business and employer all we can do is to monitor the situation and react accordingly.
The symptoms of coronavirus are:
– a cough
– a high temperature
– shortness of breath
But these symptoms do not necessarily mean you have the illness.
The symptoms are similar to other illnesses that are much more common, such as cold and flu.
There’s no specific treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19). Treatment aims to relieve the symptoms until you recover.
Antibiotics do not help, as they do not work against viruses.
Treatment aims to relieve the symptoms while your body fights the illness.
You’ll need to stay in isolation away from other people until you’ve recovered.
Plan Your Journey
More than 40 of London Underground stations are to be closed indefinitely amid a toughening of measures to try to slow the spread of coronavirus. TfL said it planned to gradually reduce the capacity across the network from next Monday (23rd Mar 20) as it sought to focus on providing a service for critical workers. That included London buses, which TfL would begin to operate a “service similar to a Saturday”.
The best way to plan your journey is by using Plan a Journey application form TfL website:
We are one of the fastest growing scaffolding companies in the UK and offers very competitive rates, along with a bespoke service.
Our scaffolding services are available to the public, as well as commercial contractors, and local authorities.
Tube & Fitting
We offer an wide range of scaffold tube, fittings and boards, and accessories capable of following the most complex building and plant profiles.