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Fallarrest.com has carried out the design and installation of fall protection to some extremely prestigious projects over the years and some of these are listed below. We have worked on some very famous peoples houses, however due to confidentiality agreements, with regards to their privacy and security, we are unable to share these details with you.

It should be noted that on many of our projects, not only have we designed and installed the fall protection systems, our sister company has carried out the roofing element on the same project.

Many of our projects are of high value. As an example, Stewarts Lane rail depot was a project in excess of £1.5 million that involved the stripping of the old asbestos roof sheets and replaced with new. This was carried out hand in hand with our fall arrest division to install cable systems, walkways and ladders, this element alone was over £200k.

All of the case studies that you will find in our gallery are our own installation works.

  • T2, Dublin Airport, contract sum in excess of £400k.
    This project involved a complex design for approximately 1,000 meters of free standing handrail and 600 meters of cable fall protection system.
  • Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth, Henry VIII famous ship.
    The Mary Rose Museum houses Henry VIII’s famous war ship. This project involved our sister company being involved with the installation of the standing seam roofing system and the design and install of the fall protection system.
  • Chelsea Football Club.
    Design carried out to allow for access to the gantry above the stand for maintenance of cables, floodlights and press.
  • Ipswich Football Club.
    Design carried out to allow access to the (then) new East Stand.
  • Bomber Command, London.
    Design carried out for access to this famous London landmark.
  • BBC Studios, Wales.
    Design and installation carried out to the BBC Studios where they film Dr Who, Coronation Street and many other famous programs.
  • Bovington Tank Museum, Dorset.
    Design of the standing seam roof and fall protection system to this famous museum in Dorset.
  • Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth.
    Design originally carried out for when the Tory party conference was being held in Bournemouth. For special armed police response unit to attach to whilst set up on the roof to monitor and guard the venue.  Additionally this was the first ever installation of the constant force post system to a Bauder membrane in the UK.
  • D-Day Tank Landing Craft, Portsmouth.
    As depicted below, we installed a cable safety system to the last surviving D Day Tank landing craft that was renovated at Portsmouth Historic Docks and is proudly on display in Southsea.

Our completed projects & testing section below are some of our very own works. The majority of our clients retain our services for the annual testing, maintenance, after care and recertification of their systems.

Our services are not limited to the design, supply & installation of fall protection systems as we are able to test & certify systems that we have not installed.

Should you require any personal protective equipment to use in conjunction with your fall protection systems, please contact our partner who can assist you at harnesses.co.uk.

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