Temperate House, Kew

Temperate House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Project: 
Temperate House opened in 1862 and is the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world. Major refurbishment started in 2013, and continues to this day, to bring this incredible Grade I listed building back to its former glory.
Solution: 
Planning, design and erection of internal and external access scaffolding, with environmental protection for the unique trees and plants in this grand garden setting.
Specs: 
  • Fully boarded external access with shrink wrap sheeting
  • Temporary all-season roof covering
  • Internal stepped birdcage
  • Haki stair towers and hoists for glass panel removal and replacement
  • Envirowrap system for safeguarding surrounding gardens