Industrial Rope Access Philadelphia

Industrial Rope Access Philadelphia

Industrial Rope Access

PULLMAN offers certified rope access support services – an efficient and cost-effective way to perform hands-on inspections required for FISP. Our team performs highly specialized inspections using site-specific rope access techniques under the direct supervision of architects and engineers. We assist design professionals in initial surveying to present detailed inspection reports to building owners, including photographic evidence to support findings.

Compared to conventional access, rope access can provide a low-cost solution for limited building repairs and maintenance. And unlike typical swing stage scaffolding, rope access has little physical impact or intrusion on the building fabric.
Rope access not only allows you to be compliant with local laws, but provides greater coverage of the building allowing for more complete information to be collected and more accurate budgeting to be developed. As a result, both short-term and long-term building maintenance and capital improvements can be completed at a lower cost.

Following the completion of the investigation, PULLMAN is one of the few firms authorized to perform emergency repairs utilizing industrial rope access.

Schedule a Visit

Contact our PULLMAN SPRAT IRA Teams. We will contact you, or visit your site within 24 hours to assist.

Façade Inspection & Safety Program (FISP) in Philadelphia

The Façade Inspection & Safety Program (FISP) in Philadelphia has undergone an extensive overhaul to address the increasing number of dangerous structural conditions that have caused injuries/loss of life and property damage. Some of the significant amendments include:

In the City of Philadelphia, Property Owners must have certain structures inspected periodically by qualified professionals. This covers:

  • Facades, if a building is:
    • Six or more stories tall.
    • Has any appurtenance more than 60 ft. in height.
  • Fire escapes and fire escape balconies
  • Private bridges
  • Piers and other waterfront structures that extend below the waterline of the Delaware River, Schuykill River, or their estuaries.
Rope Access Advantages
  • Versatile Applications
  • Enviable Safety Record
  • Cost-Effective
  • Less Equipment
  • Fewer Personnel
  • Faster Completion
  • Minimal Downtime
Rope Access Applications
  • Facade Inspections
  • Sealant Installation & Surface Prep
  • Concrete Repair
  • Instrument Installation
  • Rock Scaling & Anchoring
  • Geological Surveys
Why PULLMAN?
  • SPRAT Premier Member
  • Exceeds Stringent Insurance Requirements
  • Highly Credentialed Inspection Team
  • Experienced / Skilled Repair Technicians
  • Experience working with DOB Facade Unit
  • Safety 24/7 Culture
  • Zero OSHA Recordables Past Four Years

Our Commitment to Safety 24/7

Safety 24/7 is an integral part of a PULLMAN employee’s personal commitment to his or her own safety, as well as to the safety of friends, family, and co-workers. This commitment creates a culture of safety on our jobsites, in our manufacturing facilities, offices, and in our private lives.

Frontline Safety puts into action the principles of Safety 24/7. It provides strategic initiatives to empower technicians, craftsmen, and mechanics to create and maintain a safe working environment. It also holds all levels of personnel accountable for their safety and the safety of others.

Every project employs the same Frontline Safety strategies:

  • High level management and technician/craft involvement
  • A project specific safety committee
  • Continuous task hazard analysis
  • Safety observation processes
  • Regularly scheduled jobsite safety audits
  • Continuous improvement planning and execution