Harsco Infrastructure wins Powered Access Award
high mast climbing MCWP
Harsco Infrastructure has been awarded the Access Project of the Year Award at the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA) in Amsterdam.
Harsco received the award in recognition of its work on the Heron Tower project in London.
Work included the development and installation of Europe's tallest double-decker, and the UK's highest Mast Climbing Work Platform (MCWP).
The IAPA awards mark examples of best practice and excellence in the powered access industry.
Judges select the winners on their imaginative or technically demanding solutions to access problems.
Harsco created a bespoke, 180m high mast climbing MCWP which enabled large-format, blast-proof cladding to be installed on the outside of Heron Tower.
The project highlighted Harsco's ability to offer engineered access solutions which go beyond the normal equipment hire parameters.
It also underlined Harsco's skills in enabling the customer to speed up the schedule of cladding work while still ensuring complete safety for the workforce.
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