In House Scaffolding Design Team

Creating bespoke design solutions to the client’s requirements in accordance with the latest EU regulations and British Standards.

We strive to innovate, bespoke and complete design solutions.

JDC Scaffolding has an in house scaffold design team capable of producing concept and preliminary scaffold designs right through to working drawings delivered to site. The schemes created by our designers are supported with calculations, produced in accordance with the latest EU regulations and British Standards, by our long standing external engineers.

A design team with a proven track record.

Tube and Fitting Scaffolding

Haki Temporary Roofs

Stair Access Towers

Banner Frames & Wraps

Facade Restraints Design

Design Engineering

Problem Solving Services

Design Solutions

Heritage Works

Listed Buildings

Temporary Works

Concept Planning

Our design projects

80 Strand, London

A 3 Ton hoist support scaffold was designed with multi-level access run-offs into the building which included over 200 Ladder beams to assist in the refurbishment of re-modernising the office floor spaces.

Barkers, Kensington

Working for PAYE on their project to restore and replace the Portland Stone facing on the Main Elevations.
An access scaffold was designed to all sides of the building which included designing the scaffold to be erected over canopy level

Annexe Building, West Smithfield

We were appointed by McLaughlin & Harvey to provide the scaffolding package for their building works to architecturally restore and structurally repair the Annexe building, Red House and Iron Mountain.

Liberty, London

We were appointed by DBR Ltd. to deliver the scaffolding package for their project to refurbish Liberty, London. Facades and roofs were remodelled and repairs to the internal Atriums carried out.

Smithfield Meat Market, Farringdon

We were appointed by PAYE to facilitate the scaffolding package to their restoration and refurbishment of the General Market in West Smithfield, which will provide a home for a new Museum of London.