Modular access platform around the top of a 45m deep underground concrete shaft

Suspended Access Platforms

The use of permanently installed suspended access platforms has become very popular and are now an as built feature in many new tall buildings used to facilitate access to the building facade for future cleaning and maintenance purposes.

The use of temporary suspended access platforms in the steeplejack and specialist access sector has been successfully employed for over 40 years to access industrial chimneys, bridges, towers to survey and undertake work often removing the requirement to fully scaffold a structure and too involved to be accessed using ropes.

Temporary suspended access platform can be designed and constructed to provide access to almost any size or shape of structure including internal circular platforms up to six metres in diameter capable of supporting men, tools and materials.

A full design service for bespoke installations is available ensuring that you receive support through all stages including the concept, design, installation, maintenance and removal all managed by Churchill without no sub contract element.

Motorised cradle suspended from the modular scaffolding for inspection and maintenance
Modular access platform around the top of a 45m deep underground concrete shaft