Further Busbar maintenance works completed in South Wales
A few local days in spring like weather lime pointing on the Tower of Kendal Parish Chruch.
Congratulations to Dave Godley who passed his assessment earlier this month to qualify as an IRATA Level 3 Supervisor.
4500m2 of external wall needed accessing and cleaning with a pressure washer. The majority could be accessed by Cherry Picker, where this was not possible rope access techniques were used. 8 days were required to clean all surfaces.
CAS have now started the installation of the exterior lighting. The 1st 150 lights are now installed. All works have been carried out at night to avoid working above other contractors.
We were approached late last year and asked if we could deliver a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) day for the British Mountain Guides Association. A day of discussing the installation & testing of bolts, followed by a practical session in an old disused quarry seemd to fit the bill. Experience of the Guides attending varied […]
With a response time of 24 hours. We had a team on site to deal with multiple busbar exchanges in a turbine in southern Scotland. An issue with the supporting of the busbars had resulted in 5 sections requiring removing from a height of 75m. We removed all 5 section and reinstated with 5 new […]
CAS Ltd now has 100% of its employees qualified with CSCS cards.
Works have now begun on the painting of 4 x silos in Redruth in Cornwall. A small team are hoping to have the works completed in 3 weeks.
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