Whether it’s just a visual weld inspection or the repair of a huge tank wall that’s worn through, we’re here to offer fast and top-notch service for hard to reach locations. Rope Access Construction delivers a wide range of welding skills and services at heights and on the ground.

Whether it’s just a visual weld inspection or the repair of a huge tank wall that’s worn through, we’re here to offer fast and top-notch service for hard to reach locations. Rope Access Construction delivers a wide range of welding skills and services at heights and on the ground.

Some of these services include:

  • Shackle and bolt inspections
  • Manual metal arc welding
  • Pipeline, gas and fuel line welding
  • Fitting custom steel and aluminum work
  • Changing out hangar bars
  • Elbow removal in confined spaces
  • Cutting and heating metals
  • Grinding, finishing and lagging

Why Choose Rope Access Welding?

Rope Access supported welders are more cost effective and agile in comparison to conventionally supported workers. This is because rope access requires considerably less infrastructure and setup than scaffolding, elevated platforms and other structurally supported access means. Rope Access Construction workers also have some of the most enviable safety records around, ensuring that the repair job will be as low risk as possible.

Our Rope Access welders are capable of fabricating in and working with all types of metals. Some of these include: aluminum, stainless, steel, titanium, magnesium, copper, bronze and brass. They regularly test and work on power stations, pipelines, industrial structures and other large buildings or facilities. Confined space welding is also a commonly rope accessed practice for the interior of pipelines, vessels and large boilers. Our rope access welders have a particularly developed skill set and foolproof safety measures for working in confined space. They are also available to consult on rescue and safety plans for difficult to access areas that might need routine servicing.

RAC Group is certified by the Canadian Welding Bureau(CWB) and the Alberta Boilers Safety Association(ABSA).

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