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East Anglian firm GY Rope Access have gained an important new contract with Norfolk County Council.
The leading supplier of industrial rope access and confined space services provides cost-effective access to difficult areas. GY provides window cleaning, painting, maintenance, repair, media, inspection and survey services as well as confined space services. Allowing work to be done at height without the need for scaffolding saves businesses both time and money.
Based in Great Yarmouth, GY Rope Access provide their specialist services over Norfolk and beyond, having worked on the London Underground, Addenbrookes Hospital, Selfridges in London and the Thames Barrier. Their rope access technicians are highly trained and ready to take on the most challenging jobs.
Rope access provides many advantages over conventional methods. It reduces man-hours, is cost-effective, is faster and is largely unaffected by the weather. Rope access is also adaptable and is minimally disruptive to businesses and surrounding areas. These advantages have led to GY Rope Access gaining a significant contract with Norfolk County Council.
"We're delighted to have won this contract and see GY Rope Access going from strength to strength. Our hard work has paid off and it shows the service we provide is top quality." said a company spokesperson.
This industry-leading entrepreneur is bringing steeplejack services into the 21st century with stage rigging and aerial photography just two examples of their innovative diversification. GY Rope Access also provides rope access supervision for major sporting events and can tackle challenging jobs such as the erection of banners and seasonal decorations.
For more information, or to see how GY Access can help with your rope access or confined space needs, visit www.gyropeaccess.com.
31 Jan 2018 14:00
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