Rope access reduces GLT-PLUS project costs by 25%
As part of the Condumax project in Grijpskerk, more than 200 metres of cable had to be pulled through a pipe bridge and 100 metres of cable had to be removed. In the past, the bridge would have to have been completely scaffolded to provide access to the work platform.
Instead of separate scaffolders and E&I fitters, a single rope access team was put on the job. Literally hanging from ropes, the team was able to start the installation work almost straight away and after the last ty wrap was attached, the workers could leave the site immediately without having to clear anything up.
“I am convinced that rope access has a very broad scope of application at our plants, especially for minor modifications and repairs"
Kees Krijnsen, NAM
“I hope that we shall be able to use the (rope access) system in more places in the future so that we can optimally take advantage of its benefits"
Ties Vos, NAM
Safer compared to scaffolding work as people are exposed to far less risks when using a rope access system
The substantial reduction in the amount of scaffolding required and the shorter lead time reduced costs by approximately 25%
Shorter lead time
The rope access team could start work almost immediately and needed only two weeks to complete the job, which would have normally taken twice as long
|Project||GLT-PLUS Condumax Project|
|Client||Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM)|
|Services||Multi-disciplined rope access, electrical, rigging and lifting|
|Contact||Jan Warmolts, Area Lead, Netherlands - email@example.com|
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