Sector - Heritage: Lichfield Cathedral

Lichfield Cathederal

When the five year project to renovate Lichfield Cathedral’s sixteenth century Herkenrode glass windows and restore the supporting masonry was undertaken, Attridge Scaffolding had to develop a scaffolding solution that would not only cause minimal disruption but be sympathetic to the age of the building.

Attridge Scaffolding erected a huge birdcage at the end within the apse at the east end of the cathedral allowing access route through the structure and enabling sections to be decked as required. By specifying lightweight system scaffolding Attridge were also able to minimise erection time as all the scaffolding had to be handballed in through an open window.

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