Todd Scanlon, who has Down's syndrome works as a part-time scaffolder for Coles Scaffolding in Swindon. His boss Martyn Coles says he wants to see others with disabilities offered similar opportunities and is working to help Mr Scanlon, 29, get qualified. Swindon, Wiltshire. See SWNS story SWBRscaffold. A Down's Syndrome lad is living his 'dream' after a kind-hearted building firm took him on - as an apprentice scaffolder. Todd Scanlon, 29, has been employed on a permanent, part-time basis by Coles Scaffolding Contractors Ltd., working for them two full days-a-week. Todd had "begged" scaffold company owner Martyn Coles, 35, for a job for the last two years. And Martyn, who has run the scaffolding company, based in Swindon, Wilts., for the last five years, has said Todd's disability is not holding him back. Todd loves his job, carrying out every task he is asked to do with focus and a smile, and cracking jokes with his colleagues.