Adam Jordan established Scaff Connect in 1998. Adam gained his experience through 19 years of working and supervising for numerous scaffolding companies throughout Australia.
2003 saw Adam go into partnership with Rob McCormack as Scaff Connect expanded up the east coast of Australia.
2010 – 2013 (ongoing) – Bechtel – Major expansion of Port Waratah Coal Services at Kooragang Island
2011 – Tomago Carbon Bake
2011 – 2013 (ongoing) – John Holldand Stage 2 expansion of NCIG
2012 – Sun Metals Smelter Townsville
Scaff Connect has helped in the rebuilding the cyclone ravaged areas around Innisfail in North Queensland.
Our professional approach has resulted in Scaff Connect being a preferred supplier of scaffold for further insurance company work in the Lismore, Byron Bay and Brisbane areas following recent storms.
Scaff Connect now operates up the entire east coast, from Sydney in the south to Cairns and beyond.
Port Waratah Coal Services
Located in the port of Newcastle, NSW, PWCS operates the world’s largest and most efficient coal handling operation. Between the Carrington and Kooragang operations, PWCS moves around 102 million tonnes per annum of coal.
Scaff Connect is the preferred supplier of scaffolding systems to PWCS for the maintenance of its plant and equipment to keep the terminal operating at its peak.
Scaff Connect has a Pacific region focus after construction work in, and being invited to tender on numerous other major developments in Papua New Guinea.