Mast climbers were used to access the lower 27 stories of Randolph Tower during its restoration.
A distinct corner swing stage allows workers to access the corner of the building with greater ease.
A man lift is used to access this two-story façade.
In addition to providing site access, pipe scaffold can also be used to hoist heavy materials upward.
An example of the rooftop rigging that supports a swing stage.
A ladder is possibly the simplest form of site access.
Site access is a critical component to any restoration project that is often overlooked in the planning stages. From ladders, pipe scaffolding, lifts, swing stages and mast climbers, Central has experience accessing facades of all complexities and heights.