CRAS Inc. was contracted to install prisms and a total station to monitor the movement of a land slide area in a remote mountain environment.
Here are just a few of the projects we’ve done over the years that stand out.
Rope Access can be a cost effective alternative to scaffolding, swing stage, man lifts and snooper trucks for a wide variety of maintenance and inspection work on bridges, dams, penstocks, buildings, wind turbines and other at height or high angle areas.
CRAS was contracted to provide written and photographic inspection reports on two municipal bridges for the city of Chilliwack.
Since 2006 CRAS has been a go to vender for BC Hydro and Independent Power Providers requiring rope access, safety, high angle and confined space rescue, inspection and maintenance services.
Canadian Rope Access Specialists has worked on more than 20 wind generating farms across Canada ranging from the East Coast Maritime Provinces through to Alberta.
CRAS was contracted to provide NDT (non-destructive testing) reports on four potash hoppers in Saskatchewan.
In 2010 CRAS Inc. was contracted to provide rope access painting services at Northwood Pulp in Prince George.
In 2010 CRAS Inc. was contracted to provide rope access training, consulting, project management and level 3 rope access oversight for the Canada Place Roof Replacement.
Canadian Rope Access Specialists installed and wired more than 800 colored lights on the exterior of the Telus World of Science. Using Rope Access techniques CRAS technicians positioned themselves effectively over the exterior of the dome.