Cranes & Access featured Brogan Group in their March issue on Mastclimbers and Hoists. You can read the issue here: https://www.vertikal.net/fileadmin/journals/ca/2019/ca21-2.pdf Our feature are on pages 52 & 53 with an advert on page 16.
Construction News have featured us in a write up about the finalists of the Specialist Contractor of the Year (turnover over £25m) for the CN Specialists awards. To read the rest of the write up and about the other finalists please click on the link below:
Construction News have featured us in a write up about the finalists of the Innovation of the Year (Contractor) category for the CN Specialists awards. To read the rest of the write up and about the other finalists please click on the link below:
Our common tower and Colossus hoist are prominently featured in Construction UK Magazine's May edition. This custom combined access solution, designed for the construction of a unique London tower design, has been displayed on the front page of the publication. Brogan Group's inclusion on the front
Brogan Group's work on Mapleton Crescent has been profiled in the IPAF Powered Access 2018 yearbook. In the feature, they emphasise the use of our mast climbing working platforms (MCWP) in providing works access on the large-scale modular build. Using testimonials from the project's main
Brogan Group have been included in Cranes & Access' Mast Climber and Hoist feature for March 2018. Highlighted in the article is Brogan's use of hoists in 2017 and our combined access solution of Colossus, which is the largest hoist in the market, and the Common User Tower for the construction
Brogan Group's work at the Madison (Colossus Hoist and Common Tower) has been featured in the March 2018 Scaffolding & Access Edition from Construction Index Magazine. This landmark project was also featured on the magazine's website. Headlined 'Access All Areas', the article highlights our
Brogan Group have been featured in the 2017 NASC Annual Yearbook, highlighting our on-going works at the Battersea Power Station development. The NASC Yearbook is an annual publication produced by the National Access & Scaffolding Confederation. Click here to download/view the Yearbook.
Brogan Group has been featured in February’s issue of Cranes & Access, for the all-encompassing access package being provided at Battersea Power Station. To read the article online, please visit:http://www.vertikal.net/fileadmin/journals/ca/2016/ca18-1.pdf
Archway Tower in the Press Brogan Group has been featured in the NASC 2016 Yearbook, for our works at Archway Tower. The annual book is designed to showcase the best of UK scaffolding contracts over the past 12 months. To view the article, please use the following link.
Brogan Group was delighted to provide the scaffolding requirements to the family featured in the BBC One series 'DIY SOS: The Big Build' and was used as part of a life changing transformation to the home. The project involved knocking down the existing outbuilding and replacing with a single storey
Brogan Group has recently been featured in Construction News, within the July 2012 Working at Height Supplement. The article covers the Groups achievement of Zero Accident Frequency Rate in 2011 over 724,227 man hours and more recently One million man hours in April 2012. Our dedicated Health and
We have recently featured in CIF magazine for our works at the Penstock Refurbishment project at Poulaphuca Hydro Power Station. The works involved erecting a specialist scaffold on a steeply inclined rockface, the scaffolding was then enclosed to protect the environment from the works. Access was
We are pleased to announce the 2012 NASC Yearbook features Brogan Group scaffolding for Mace at the Victoria Hall site in Wembley. The editorial piece within the yearbook highlights the complex design challenges that our design team were faced with on the project and focuses on the unique structure
Photos of our works at Beetham Tower in Manchester recently featured in the July/August edition of Construction Manager (pictured above). The article addresses 'Management of Temporary Works', safety standards, poor practice and contractor responsibilities. The image of the work was used to
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