Job 1152 - Sikaflex louvre curtain and clean
A national construction company had asked Industrial Abseiling to sikaflex an aluminium louvre system and then clean. The job started at 24 degrees and by days end torrential rain. Industrial Abseiling completed the first five levels as requested and returned the next day, wetsuits on to complete the task from the boom lift to the remaining 11-levels.
Job 1472 - Installation of Stadium Lighting System
Industrial Abseiling's team of sparky's and other trades people did the height work for the principle contractor in the fit out of the new lighting system for the Gold Coast Suns. The ladder climb was a real bugger, especially since we were doing multiple climbs on any given day!
Job 1043 - Stainless Steel Capping over Expansion Joint
Industrial Abseiling have been issued a purchase order to manufacture, supply and install stainless steel capping to provide additional weather proofing and hide and unsightly expansion joint in public view. The image shown is from another similiar job, Job 1043.
Job 1140 - Descend headland to eradicate Bitou Bush
Industrial Abseiling had been asked to descend the 64-m headland with spray packs to remove the bitou bush and then re-seed with native grasses. This job wass scheduled for May 09- weather permitting and will be championed by our Horticulturalist, Craig Ahston.
Arriving early morning the team and I, Glenn Sandell rigged the first descent and continued to spray and plant around 85 l/m or 5525m2 of cliff face. As the tide came in at day end two member sof the team were unable to walk out, and too tired to ascend so we rigged up the rescue mate (6:1) block and tackle and hauled them out. Earlier in the work Glenn Sandell traained the team in top and bottom hauling rescues - this was good practice for member sof Industrial Abseiling and interesting to me to see who was really listening hehe...
The team and I completed the 65-m haul, smiled for NBN and local papers, were greeted by whales breeching and slapping - a great day in all!