A bespoke suspended access cradle system from Harsco Infrastructure is being used to help improve the appearance of a major landmark building in Ipswich. The system is being utilised to refurbish the facades of the 7-storey Suffolk House building which house the offices of AXA Insurance. Designed to provide a totally bespoke and highly flexible access solution that allows up to 12 two-man cradles to be used at one time, it features a unique counterbalance system which requires only minimal mechanical fixing to the roof of the building.

 

A bespoke suspended access cradle system from Harsco Infrastructure is being used to help improve the appearance of a major landmark building in Ipswich. The system is being utilised to refurbish the facades of the 7-storey Suffolk House building which house the offices of AXA Insurance. Designed to provide a totally bespoke and highly flexible access solution that allows up to 12 two-man cradles to be used at one time, it features a unique counterbalance system which requires only minimal mechanical fixing to the roof of the building.