The project commenced in July 2007. At its peak, site manpower reached 500 personnel, involving 12 contractors. Martin Scaffolding was chosen by Alstom Power over many other contractors because of previous excellent health and safety track records and Our ability to comply, control and manage all scaffolds for the Mechanical & Electrical contractors on site. Over 1.7 million man hours were worked on the site. Alstom’s decision to work with Martin Scaffolding proved to be the right decision, the project was completed safely and on time.
Martin Scaffolding were employed by Pfizer Pharmaceutical at their manufacturing plant in Cork to supply, erect and dismantle fully boarded scaffold on a utilities pipe rack running 600 meters around the plant. The scaffold was erected in a live/working plant and was completed on time and within budget and more importantly done total incident and accident free.
Martin Scaffolding was called out urgently to assist in the repair of a navigation system on board the Irish naval vessel LÉ Eithne. The vessel had to be back in operation within 24 hours. Martin Scaffolding was chosen because of our quick response and trained personnel and our excellent safety record.
Martin Scaffolding was awarded the contract to supply, erect and dismantle scaffold for the refurbishment and construction of a new car park at Ryan’s SuperValu Glanmire. Martin Scaffolding were chosen by Liam Ryan as we proved to him that his very busy supermarket could be kept open and that all his customers would be fully protected while works were proceeding. The contract was completed totally incident free and further enhanced Martin Scaffolding’s excellent health and safety record.
Martin Scaffolding was awarded the contract to erect scaffolding on Kilgobbin Castle in Cork. Kilgobbin Castle is a protected building and we were chosen for our excellent safety record and the quality of our scaffolding materials.