Layher place their priority on continued innovation, quality, and safety, as well as providing their clients with the appropriate services to enable them to make full use of the world's leading modulare scaffolding system. What began with the pioneering spirit and imagination of one visionary has since evolved into a future-oriented company with more than 1000 employees in over 25 countries.


Layher has been the world leader in scaffold innovation since being founded in 1945. They continue to invest heavily in research and development, bringing new ideas to the market, with many of our innovations being the subject of patents or patent applications in Europe and other countries around the world. They have protocols in place for the protection of all intellectual property rights in their innovations in Australia and New Zealand. Improved safety and savings in time from their superior system technology - the 8 hole rosette, self-securing assembly, automatic right angles, minimum number of components - save you money.


Their state of the art production facilities in Germany ensure their products are precision-engineered to the highest standards. They use high quality materials to ensure their products are ones that you can rely on. Intelligent design using high grade steel and hot-dip galvanising results in verified greater loading capacity and reduces the required components to the minimum. Layher is ISO 9001 certified, as well as meeting a range of international certification requirements.


Lock-in decks, no trip hazards, Advance Guardrails, childproof guardrails for public access stairs, internal access decks and site, stretcher and evacuation stairs - they provide a wide range of products that meet specific safety requirements. Not only that, but their scaffolding systems weigh less putting less strain on workers.

Featured Projects

Brazier Scaffolding have a long history of providing outstanding solutions to medium, large and highly specialised projects. Check out some examples of our work in the projects Gallery.