With our head office & yard based in the heart of Yorkshire close to a number of arterial routes and together with our fleet of transport we are capable of operating nationwide. Whilst the majority of our work originates within a 100 mile radius we have found ourselves working for regular customers as far a field as Glasgow and London. For regular updates & news on all our latest projects, follow us on Facebook.
We believe in an honest, open-door approach, which enables us to maintain a strong working relationship with our clients based on confidence and trust, which is reflected in a high level of repeat business. Clients are welcome to visit our offices and sites by arrangement to see at first hand the way we run our business.We are often asked what “SAY” stands for. In literal terms it stands for ‘Scaffold Access Yorkshire’, but in real terms it stands for quality, safety and reliability.
Established in 2004, SAY Scaffolding Ltd has established itself as a key player within the scaffolding industry; providing access, protection and support scaffolding for a broad range of infrastructure, building and refurbishment projects.
We are able to offer bespoke and innovative scaffolding solutions using a combination of traditional tube and fitting, and Layher System Scaffold.
Over the years SAY has always been a part of the community and continually supports local organizations, charity’s and events; from sponsoring kits & mini busses for local sports teams to our long association with York Rotary Club’s charity Golf day. We feel it is an important part of who we are as company. For regular updates & news on all our latest projects, follow us on Facebook.
Every year, Minster FM celebrates the achievements of North Yorkshire's most inspirational people in our Local Hero Awards.
On Friday 21st February, they hosted a glittering ceremony at York Racecourse featuring a live performance from Beth McCarthy from The Voice. SAY Scaffolding were proud to be main sponsor for the event and help acknowledge the heroes from our local community.
WAKO is the largest unified Kickboxing organisation in the World. It has over 110 countries currently in membership. In 2006, it became recognised as the World Governing body for Kickboxing. SAY have a close affinity with the sport of kickboxing with our Director a keen participant and active member of WAKO. As one of the organisations main sponsors SAY are keen to see the sport grow and become more successful.
Over the last year we have seen the completion of the clubhouse development which SAY had the opportunity to be a part of, providing the scaffold. The development committee continue to work tirelessly in their ambitions to make Clifton Park Sports Club one of the finest places to play sport in the county.
When you compare the facilities at Clifton Park to other rugby clubs, we are sure you will agree, that we are lucky to be able to play rugby here.
Over the last few years the rugby club, like any other business in the world, has faced its own financial challenges with many of the individuals and businesses who have traditionally supported the club having to tighten their own purse strings.
The club is heavily dependant upon its sponsors and are extremely grateful to our main sponsors, Grantside, SAY Scaffolding, PM Flooring, Sporting Connexions and, of course, the Quality Street Gang for their continued support.
The annual one day music festival will returns to the superb grounds of York Sports Club, Clifton Park, York.
The organisers have established a live music festival within the city of York delivering an unforgettable day full of live music and entertainment. This year Apollo 2014 will be supporting The Smiley Riley Fund. The Smiley Riley Fund is a non-profit organisation that makes donations to families and carers of children who are having chemotherapy to help with their living and travel costs during their childrens treatment.
Say are a sponsor for Apollo 2014 and helping out providing our expertise and equipment for the festival.
Part of the same GB Taekwondo team that saw Jade Jones win gold in London 2012, Olympic hopeful Charlie Maddock has smashed through her first challenge after switching sports. The 5ft 4in Packmoor powerhouse admits she had found herself increasingly lacking motivation in kick-boxing after scooping virtually every accolade available in a stellar career. Maddock had been the best kick-boxer in the world at 60kg before changing disciplines to chase her Olympic dream, taking part in GB Taekwondo's Fighting Chance scheme. The coaches earmarked her for a future in the under-49kg division, and her time in the treatment room helped her reach the tough weight target ahead of schedule.
SAY provide regular support that enables Charlie to concentrate on her training and aim for gold in 2016 at the Olympics in Rio.
Liam is one of the top names in UK Muay Thai with 3 world titles and a string of international wins. He has fought and won twice in Japan and spent just over 18 months in Thailand training and fighting professionally. During this time he won the WMPC World title and fought in Ratchadamnoen and Lumpini Stadium a number of times.
His greatest achievemenmt so far is winning the coveted WMC World title which he took in an exciting rematch with the then champion Numphon PK Sterio. He had lost a hightly disputed points decision a few months earlier but left no doubt when he won by KO in round 4. He has fought on some of the biggest promotions in the UK over recent years against som of the top international names in the sport including several well known Thais. Harrison has also been boosted by sponsorship from SAY Scaffolding, run by Phil Wetten, who is also a member of the national WAKO martial arts and sits on the board as a director.