Scaffold20: Market decline

By Lindsey Anderson22 August 2011

In our second annual Scaffold20 list, there’s more loss than gain. Lindsey Anderson reports

While refurbishment and repair work might have kept some scaffold erectors and dismantlers' books out of the red during the past year, the continued absence of a vibrant new-start construction market is evident in our second annual Scaffold20 list.

More than half of the companies listed have decreased revenues from last year's list and our top three spots remain exactly where they were in 2010.

The top four companies remain the same as last year; Brand Scaffold, Safway Services LLC, The Brock Group and Harsco Infrastructure, in that order.

Most companies saw declines in revenues and the few that witnessed gains picked up business from acquisitions, such as Sunbelt Rentals.

The entire report, which includes a welath of extra information on each company, can be seen in the July/August 2011 issue of Access, Lift & Handlers.

If you feel your company should be included, please contact ALH's editor Lindsey Anderson at lindsey.anderson@khl.com.

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