Why and when?
All work is carried out by implementing techniques that work with significant advantages over conventional ways of working (working with fixed scaffold). Working on hights is performed by following technics: rope method and work with the mountaineers (climbers), the use of drift scaffold (moving working platform), the use of sliding stages up to 18 m and use of construction cranes with lifting work basket.
Methods have against classical technic following main advantages:
- There is no need to put up the working scaffold,
- there is no pollution of the surroundings of installing and dismantling scaffolding
- essentially quicker time of performing the work,
- cheaper performing.
Work at or near the water’s surface, such as reconstruction of the downstream part of a carrier of the coastal structure (pier), is implemented on a floating work platform.
Special performing work on hight consists following works
- Rehabilitation and protection of reinforced concrete facade surfaces (high-rise buildings, silos, water tower tanks …),
- rehabilitation of the facades of residential and commercial buildings (brick facades, demit …)
- sealing of the facade joints – grouting and replacement of facade panels,
- renovation, cleaning and colouring chimneys (demolition of the chimneys),
- corrosion protection of metal towers, industrial lifts,
- cleaning windows and facades,
- cleaning and colouring ceiling bearers, ceilings and walls of industry halls,
- painting warehouses and painting aluminum facade,
- reviews and images less accessible parts of the facility.
Special performing work at or near by water’s surface
- Rehabilitation and protection of reinforced concrete of coastal structures (piers, wharfs, piled construction),
- rehabilitation and protection of reinforced concrete of bridge structures (coastal bridge, river bridge, power plant structures …).