Industrial Rope Access
A safe way to service areas that are out of reach.
If you’ve ever wondered how people do maintenance work on places like geologic dams, water towers, or vaulted atriums, the answer is often “with ropes”.
We use ropes to get into hard-to-reach spots and do whatever jobs are needed there. The techniques we use were originally used in rock climbing, but it’s now an internationally recognized trade where safety is a priority. These techniques were originally used in rock climbing, but it’s now an internationally recognized trade.
How We Use Rope Access
Our staff can perform visual inspections and take photos & videos to show to others.
Pressure washing, painting, light bulb replacements, repairs, resurfacing, general cleaning, and window washing.
We can dislodge materials stuck in grain silos in a safe way.
We can assist the construction of stadiums, spires, and silos.
We can help with banners, lighting, fireworks, and more.
Locations We Access
Facades on high buildings
Industrial, commercial & institutional, projects & facilities
Communication & electrical towers
Vaulted atriums and areas
Aircraft warning lights on hi-rise buildings
Grain storage facilities