High point for scaffolding firm
A LEADING scaffolding firm is celebrating 25 years in business – and has marked it with a ball raising cash for charity.
LTC Group87 Ltd was started by Trevor Chinn, who still owns the venture today.
LTC Group87 incorporates four businesses LTC Specialist Scaffolding, LTC Powered Access, LTC Training Services and LTC Hoists.
It has Plymouth depots in Plymstock and Devonport, and a Cornish base in Redruth.
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To mark its quarter century it held a ball Boringdon Park Golf Club, which included an auction and raised nearly £4,000 for Help for Heroes.
The event was hosted by The Herald's popular columnist David FitzGerald and guests enjoyed top comedy from stand-up star Mick Miller.
Mike Burr, managing director, said: "Reaching this landmark is a huge achievement, particularly in a volatile industry.
"It pays testament to the loyal customers, hard working staff and the re-investment shown by the owner."
LTC Group87's range of businesses include teams of scaffolders, a full range of diesel, electric and bi-energy powered booms and scissor lifts; hoist installation for construction and non-construction projects, and training courses for companies or individuals.