Lend Lease is main contractor on the refurbishment of the Grade I-listed Victorian gothic landmark built in 1877.
Lyndon SGB is providing millions of pounds of in-house designed scaffolding and access solutions across the project, including large independent scaffolds, crash decks, a bespoke 90m clock tower scaffold, 34 chimney stacks/saddles and 8,000m2 of temporary roofing weather protection across the site.
More than 50 Lyndon SGB scaffolding operatives will be working on the UK’s largest commercial scaffolding project at its peak.
Lyndon SGB Managing Director, Stuart Robinson said: “We are incredibly proud to have secured the scaffolding and access provision on this incredibly important national building renovation.
“Few firms in the UK could have been selected for such an enormous, complex and highly skilled project.”
Kevin Fitzpatrick, Lyndon SGB Operations Director, added: “The newly-operational single scaffolding depot at Manchester is perfectly placed to provide a slick, safe and efficient service on this enormous and iconic project.”
Lendlease Group’s David Cadiot said: “Our Town Hall is in the top 2% of important historical structures in the UK, we need and must have a supply chain that can deliver, that is why we chose Lyndon SGB.”