New NASC accreditation gives scaffold firm access to its largest housing project

By Larry Stewart22 September 2022

Photo: Teal Scaffold

Teal Scaffold marks its fourth year of successful growth by securing the coveted National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) certification.

The North-West-based scaffolding firm joins 400 of the UK’s leading scaffolding suppliers, manufacturers, and contracting firms in achieving a full contractor membership certification.

NASC is the UK’s access and scaffolding national trade body and is regarded as a benchmark for quality, safety, and professionalism, with its accreditation accepted as the highest industry standard by the Health and Safety Executive, government and public-sector bodies.

Teal Scaffold’s head of operations, Dan McGregor said, “Gaining the NASC accreditation is a tremendous achievement for our team as it recognizes our hard work and dedication to safety in our industry. Health and safety remain paramount in the construction and building maintenance sector as an increasing number of our clients including contractors, local authorities, education facilities and housing associations specify within their tenders that the NASC accreditation is a prerequisite for scaffolding providers. Our accreditation reassures our customers that we are part of the UK trade body evidencing our commitment to a high-quality service delivery”.

The hard-earned accreditation is already paying dividends for Teal Scaffold as previously inaccessible markets become available. Most recently, clients Sovini Construction awarded Teal Scaffold a contract on their largest social housing project to date, Morris Meadows.

Teal Scaffold continues to grow their services across the North-West. With a new website launching this month and a strong pipeline of contracts Teal Scaffold is set for another year of expansion.

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