Rope Access

The 1994 CDM (Construction, Design & Management) regulations established health and safety as a key factor in the construction and maintenance of buildings and structures.

When you can’t get access to buildings by traditional methods, such as scaffolding, or powered access, rope access provides flexibility and cost savings. Rope Access provides cost effectiveness, but also high security, with equipment being removed daily. Rope access can shorten maintenance schedules, with minimum disruption.

Some common uses for Rope Access include:

  • Building Inspection
    • Structural Surveys
    • Structure Testing
  • Various Maintenance and Repair, including
    • Localised Concrete Repair
    • Sealant Installation and Re-instatement
    • Secondary Fixings
    • Replacement Cladding and Glazing
  • Cleaning and Painting
    • Jet spray, grit blasting and three-tool method
    • Spray Painting
    • Rollerbrush Painting
    • Full surface Preparation
  • Facilities Management Building Services
    • General Window Cleaning
    • Repair Fitting & Maintenance
    • Pest Control
    • Banner and Sign Erection
    • Gutter cleaning
  • Geotechnical/Civil Engineering
    • Permanent Rock Anchorage
    • Soil Nailing
    • Sprayed Concrete
    • Rockfall Prevention Meshing
    • Pressure Pointing

For your peace of mind, our rope access engineers are qualified under IRATA, the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association.