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The Lyceum Building

Teal Scaffold provided an internal and external scaffolding solution for the Neoclassical Grade II Lyceum building.

The Lyceum Building in Liverpool is a Neoclassical Grade II listed building, constructed in 1802 as a news-room and England’s first subscription library (1758-1942), and later became a gentleman’s club.

After the club relocated in 1952 the building was left un-occupied for many years, eventually falling into a state of disrepair. Despite calls for its demolition in the late 1970s, the building has survived and is now under new owner-ship.

When the new owners of the property embarked on refurbishment throughout, a roof inspection found that a roof refurbishment was required to protect the valuable interior of the building.

Teal Scaffold were subsequently appointed to carry out the access solution which included  bespoke tube & fit scaffolding to the external component of the iconic structure.

In addition, an internal PASMA solution was erected to ensure high level ceiling access inside the building.