South Western Scaffolding or more commonly known as SWS was established in 1973. It is the longest running scaffolding firm in Dorset.
No job is too big or too small and we pride ourselves on professionalism and reliability at all times. Nothing is more important to us than a happy customer and our large regular customer base is testament to this.
Please contact us today and speak to one of our friendly team on 01305 267352
South Western Scaffolding has been involved in building this New Sixth Form Block at Parkstone Grammar School in Poole. It is a steel frame build which requires the scaffolding to be fully erected prior to other trades beginning.
This has been done to the current regulations using compliance sheets for such items as loading bays and gantry’s. The team have produced a tidy looking job which has passed all the external Health and Safety and quality assessments with flying colours. Well done guys!!!
We welcome business of all types and sizes and our friendly staff and management team are more than happy to talk about your needs focusing on safety, professionalism and providing a high quality service.
Our services include the following:
• Domestic Scaffolding
• Commercial Scaffolding
• Scaffolding for Heritage Buidlings
• Temporary Roofs
• Specialist Scaffolding
• Scaffold Designs
• Scaffold Inspections
Whether you are an individual looking for a simple single elevation tower scaffold or a business with a large projects. We can help.
If you have any current or future projects that may require our services, please don’t hesitate to ring us for a free quote.
WELCOME TO SOUTH WESTERN SCAFFOLDING
We supply and erect all types of scaffolding for many types of uses.
Established in 1973. We are the longest running scaffolding firm in Dorset.
View some of our latest projects to see how we can help you.
We are proud to announce that we have recently been awarded Safemark accredition. What does this mean?
Clients will always seek to appoint a reliable principal contractor who they can trust to undertake their house-building project efficiently, safely and without risk to others. The principal contractor in turn, has the responsibility to look for the same in the contractors (including sub-contractors) that they employ.
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) state that contractors (including sub-contractors), must have the skills, knowledge, experience and, where relevant, the organisational capability to carry out work safely and without risk to health.
Contractors therefore have an important role in planning, managing and monitoring their work to ensure any risks are controlled.