Two of the contracts are in Scotland – at the Levenseat EfW plant and MRF waste management site by Forth in Lanark and the Viridor ERF plant by Dunbar in East Lothian – with the third at the Port Clarence renewable energy plant by Tees Dock in Teesside near Middlesbrough.
Palmers Scaffolding UK Managing Director, Lindsay Harle said: “Industrial scaffolding is one of the sectors we have excelled at for decades and it’s fantastic to be involved with such modern, high quality construction and energy projects in Scotland and the North East.
“We are fully committed to developing long term relationships with our clients on prestigious contractual work like this and we can provide an economic and versatile service that not only meets but exceeds our customers requirements.”
Ian McFarlane Director Business & Project Development added: “The scale and wide variety of safe scaffolding required on contracts like these makes Palmers the perfect choice.
“We have the experience, equipment and excellence to deal with whatever is required – from the early design phases, through erection to striking. This all helps keep these exciting, essential contracts on time and on budget.”