Scaffolding firm to reach new heights after unveiling 10,000 sq ft HQ

Directors Alex Willgrass, Lisa Naylor and Joe Naylor.

Scarborough-based Infiniti Scaffolding has unveiled its new headquarters, a 10,000sq ft site that includes new offices, warehouses and storage yard, while also opening its first depot in Leeds.

Its new North Yorkshire HQ, at the Olympian Trading Estate, Eastfield, is now home to a company that employs around 40 staff including skilled scaffolders, scaffold inspectors, expert builders, roofers, general labourers and drivers, as well as an administration and office team.

Infiniti Scaffolding, which incorporates the Infiniti Roofing and Infiniti Building businesses, says it is continuing to win construction-related contracts across Yorkshire and the North of England.

The West Yorkshire 4,000sqft depot at Astra Park, Parkside Lane in Leeds, will also support is growing list of commercial and industrial clients, local authorities, housing associations, other construction companies and private clients.

Recent contracts include for ENGIE, ESH, Balfour Beatty, Keepmoat Homes, Geo Houlton & Sons, Mitie Group, Persimmon Homes, Wharfedale Homes, William Hare and J Tomlinson.

Alex Willgrass, co-founding director, said: “When we set up Infiniti Scaffolding in 2015, we wanted to have only the very best scaffolders and construction employees in the industry.

“It’s been a big investment, finding and training and employing the right people, but we’ve done that. Our employees are as good as you’ll get anywhere, and they have the best accreditations and qualifications.

“The high-quality of the work we have won in the years since we opened reflects that investment, and as a business we feel well placed to be able to work in other challenging environments such as power stations and similarly stringently controlled areas.”

He added: “We have ambitious plans for Infiniti Scaffolding, and we will use our new Scarborough HQ and our recently opened depot in Leeds, to expand further across the North and into the rest of the UK.”