C.N.M Commercial Clients
At C.N.M. Scaffolding, we provide expert commercial scaffolding services for businesses across the South East. No matter the size or scope, we have many years of experience erecting scaffolding to safely and efficiently enable exterior construction and maintenance projects on warehouses, churches, hotels, shops, commercial premises and more.
Our commercial scaffolding specialists plan and precisely customise scaffolding systems to match the project needs. We offer a wide range of scaffolding services for our commercial clients, including scaffolding for roofing works, decorating, and safe access.
Industrial Warehouse Scaffolding
Industrial warehouse scaffolding refers to large, complex temporary structures erected inside warehouses and distribution centres to provide workers access for construction, maintenance, inspection, and repair work at heights. Given modern industrial warehouses have ceilings exceeding 30 feet on average, scaffolding is an essential facility management tool. The most common configurations utilised in warehouses include rolling platforms, tower systems, suspended scaffolds, and fabricated frame scaffolds. Proper industrial warehouse scaffolding greatly improves employee safety when working at height. Integrated guardrails, toe boards, cross braces, and non-skid decking reduce the risks of falls and dropped objects. The stable, large platforms allow for the use of ladders, tools, and materials without overloading. Warning signs and access controls restrict unauthorised access.Industrial warehouse scaffolding refers to large, complex temporary structures erected inside and outside warehouses and distribution centres to provide workers access for construction, maintenance, inspection, and repair work at heights. The main use is to provide safe access to hard-to-reach areas. Modern industrial warehouses usually have ceilings exceeding 30 feet on average so scaffolding is an essential facility management tool. The most common configurations used in warehouses include rolling platforms, tower systems, suspended scaffolds, and fabricated frame scaffolds. Industrial warehouse scaffolding greatly improves employee safety when working at height, allows for easy access to the work area and reduces the risks of falls and dropped objects.
Office scaffolding refers to the temporary elevated platforms erected within office buildings to provide safe access for maintenance, repairs, inspections, and renovation activities. As modern offices can contain high ceilings, atriums, lobby skylights, and multi-floor balconies, specialised scaffolding allows workers to reach and perform tasks at height safely. By pre-planning scaffolds based on architectural drawings and onsite evaluations, office needs like sufficient clearance distances, lower fire risks, entry/exit considerations, and required floor pressure ratings can be addressed. With careful onsite assembly and disassembly, business disruptions are minimised while access efficacy is maximised across modern office environments.
Facade Scaffolding is a collective term for a scaffold that stands along a building facade. The work that is going to be carried out will determine which type of scaffolding is suitable. Facade scaffolding can be used for a variety of projects, including new constructions, repairs, or restoration works. Our specialities include bridging and complete scaffolding with nets or tarpaulins. Here at C.N.M Scaffolding, we have a team of highly skilled scaffolding specialists to tackle any challenges in your project. Trust us for all your scaffolding needs, and get in touch with our team today!
West Sussex County Hall
Storm Eunice had severely damaged the flat roof of the hotel. The flat roof felt had been completely ripped from the boards causing interior flooding. Scaffolding was erected to allow for safe access to the roof. We had to section areas off as we worked for the health and safety of the general public.
Avisford Park Hotel, Walberton
Our customer required scaffolding to be erected to the front elevation of the building so that repairs could be made to the windows and dormers safely. We had to consider continuous pedestrian and vehicle traffic. As well as this we had to section off areas with herris fencing. Our arrival and departure was prompt to prevent delays to office workers.
Holy Cross Church, Binstead
Our customer required scaffolding to be erected to the exterior of the church to allow for access to the roof for repairs. Scaffold was also erected carefully to the interior to give safe access for repairs and maintenance. At the time of the install, there were very high winds. This can cause added health and safety factors. We checked forecasts before arrival and tight deadlines had to be strictly adhered to.
Brighton Sea Life Centre
One of our latest commercial projects is located in Brighton at the Sea Life Centre. This is a very old building and the centre originally opened in 1872. Our job was a full scaffold erection for safe access for maintenance and roofing work across the site.