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Kingsway House

Following a competitive tender, Teal Scaffold was appointed as scaffold contractor for a major improvement scheme in Latchford, Warrington.

Following a competitive tender process, Teal Scaffold successfully begun erecting the bespoke access solution on the nine-story high rise apartment block.

The 1960’s high-rise, which contains 51 one and two-bedroom apartments, is owned by the Regeneration Group, Torus.

Torus members’, HMS, were appointed to conduct the remodelling of the high-rise block, which was fitted with new windows, kitchens, bathrooms, front doors, balconies, and a lift.

The building also benefited from a new wall insulation system, with the external walls finished with non-combustible render, incorporating stone wool insulation.

To facilitate the refurbishment work Teal Scaffold’s working at height experts installed a bespoke tube and fit solution.

The scaffold solution which was erected during a 16 week build period incorporated a system staircase design and passenger hoist to safely enable various trades to access the flats.

Torus Asset Project Manager, Ste Stimm said: “The excellent service Teal Scaffold is providing facilitates the essential refurbishment works on the building.The £5million investment in Kingsway House demonstrates Torus’s commitment to investing in our existing homes. The refurbishment will create a modern block that will not only look great, but will also help to reduce carbon emissions, whilst benefiting tenants by improving energy efficiency, and making their homes warmer”.