Coventry Scaffolding Co (London) Ltd

The year 2020 marked our 70th anniversary of providing scaffolding services.

From humble beginnings to leading independent scaffold contractor and Royal Warrant Holder (since 2005), Coventry Scaffolding has come a long way since July 1950 when it was established by Pat Hanifan.

Over the past 70 years, we have become renowned for our work on historic London buildings such as Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, The Houses of Parliament, No.10 Downing Street, the Tower of London and Windsor Castle. And iconic British monuments such as the Queen Victoria Memorial, the Cenotaph, the Albert Memorial and of course, Nelson's Column way back in 1968! There aren't many London landmarks we haven't scaffolded at one time or another throughout our history.

We have provided concert stages for the Rock Against Racism concert in 1981 and most famously for 'Madness' who helped celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee on top of Buckingham Palace in 2012.

We have provided access for world renowned Artists at the Tate Modern for the 'Global Cities' and 'Empty Lots' exhibitions and the award winning London Mastaba, floating on Hyde Park's Serpentine River.

It is unlikely any other company has a history or portfolio like ours and we are extremely proud about what we have achieved. Please visit our website and see for yourself!

Head Office:

Coventry House,, 471 Southend Lane,,
471 Southend Lane,,
SE26 5BT

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Did you know ?

We have close connections with major construction organisations such as Build UK, HSE, the Temporary Works Forum, Access Industry Forum and many more