Avalon made the front page of the Guardian this week, please click here to read the full story.
High above the heat and noise of the city, ‘rope-access technicians’ perform essential maintenance on the country’s most inaccessible tower blocks and skyscrapers. What’s it like to join them?
Wearing personal mini-cameras, a specialist team scales the heights, but there’s trouble in the desert when the abseilers are suspended 800ft high in 118-degree heat, and in Plymouth, when a protective mother seagull defends her nest of chicks.
Avalon made the front page of the Guardian this week.
The Energy Secretary is enthusiastic about the benefits of Cavity Wall Insulation via rope access done by Avalon Sustainable Energy Solutions at Tower Hamlets
When Keepmoat was tasked with insulating 120 ft-high tower blocks in a short time, the company went for an unusual access solution.
Avalon Sustainable Energy Solutions realised a charity abseil to raise money for Learning Disability Experience (LDX) together with the Ascham Energy Partnership