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19 June 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

CAM Specialist Support has launched a new company – CAM Abseiling Ltd – to deliver dedicated rope access services.

The cleaning and building maintenance specialist decided to take the step of a new company so that it could focus on delivering a wide range of safe, efficient industrial rope access options for building owners and managing agents.

CAM Abseiling sits within the CAM group and will undertake complex building support services that involve working at height, or working in difficult access scenarios, including window cleaning, general maintenance and repairs, construction cladding and survey and inspection work. It also covers interior atria and stairwells where safe access may be an issue.

A consultancy service is available to developers and architects at the design stage of construction projects, to plan strategies for rope access or other working at height operations for the finished building.

CAM Abseiling’s rope access team is equipped to manage other trades working from building cradles, mobile elevated work platforms, scaffolding and prefabricated access towers, ensuring coordinated service provision for clients.

“The launch of CAM Abseiling represents a natural extension for our business,” said Elijah Howell, new Operations Director CAM Abseiling. “There are benefits to rope access techniques for our clients, not least because of the versatility and unobtrusive nature of these systems, meaning that our rope access team can proceed with minimum impact on structure and surroundings, often getting the job done at a fraction of the cost compared with scaffolding or MEWPs.”

Picture: CAM Abseiling has been set up by CAM Specialist Support to deliver dedicated rope access services

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 19 June 2015

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