Since its establishment in 2006, Maor Scaffolding has worked on a huge variety of projects. We have worked on many iconic projects, providing scaffolding during the construction of the Aviva Stadium at Lansdowne Road, The Central Criminal Court, and many other projects. We have worked with many of Ireland’s leading construction firms. The following projects are just a small sample of the extensive scaffolding work we have carried out.

New Guinness Brewhouse, St. James’ Gate

Sandymount Business Park

Maor Scaffolding worked alongside leading construction firms to bring this bustling business park to completion. Large-scale scaffolding erection was essential to keep the project running smoothly. Our service ensured the project was completed at the best possible value for money.


An iconic building in Irish history, the GPO is an essential part of our heritage. Maor Scaffolding has worked on projects to preserve this beautiful building. Scaffolding for historic projects requires great skill to prevent damage to the building during construction, efficient erection and removal and stringent safety measures. We provide this level of scaffolding expertise at minimum cost.

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Mater Hospital Extension

This project required keen awareness of the working environment – the busy hospital setting required an innovative approach to scaffolding. Again, our high level of scaffolding skill and attention to safety allowed us to deliver this project to the highest possible standard.

Humewood Castle

Maor Scaffolding worked on the renovation of the stunning 19th century Gothic Castle. A challenging scaffolding project due to the age and architectural complexity of the building, we were able to carry out the project efficiently, safe and professionally. Projects of this scale cannot happen without the correct scaffolding, and at Maor we have the necessary skill and attention to detail allow the project to succeed.

"No job is too big or too small for Maor Scaffolding. Contact immediatley for all your requirements."