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Teal scaffold are celebrating five years in business and are set to continue ambitious growth plans across the North West.

Part of the award-winning Sovini Group, we were formed in 2018 to meet the needs of the Group’s unique end-to-end supply chain, spanning the property and construction industry.

Five years on and we have expanded our service offer, creating a reputable name in the industry with a talented team who have secured heritage, petro-chemical and high-profile refurbishment access works including multiple high-rise apartment blocks.

Over the past five years, Teal Scaffold have provided over 200,000 hours of operational expertise on-site and have completed access works for new build projects, which have delivered over 200 family homes within the local community, supporting The Group in creating a better future.

The company have proudly achieved 100% year-on-year from external safety audits, and in 2022 were awarded the full contractor NASC accreditation; the most prestige accredited body within the industry, regarded as a benchmark for quality, safety, and professionalism.

Working with high-profile clients across the North West, we have provided services on iconic heritage buildings including The Liverpool Lyceum, The Walker Art Gallery and Midland Railway Building to name a few. The company acts as an industry leader, with the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) publishing images of their scaffolding as an “example of perfect compliance” in one of their publications.

Dan McGregor, Head of Operations for Teal Scaffold shares his hopes for the future: “As heritage access experts within the North West our aspirations over the next five years are to achieve growth that will see an annual turnover of over £5m. To achieve this, we will continue the expansion of our scaffolding services, as well as diversifying our skills to complete projects as a principal contractor.

In addition, we are working closely with partners, including Liverpool John Moore’s University on a product that will revolutionise working at height that we are extremely excited about.”