Posted on 11/04/2018
Avon Access, a specialist access rental company needed a tracked boom that would be suitable for indoor use. The Hinowa Lightlift 20.10 IIIs Lithium allowed for quiet operation when working in places of worship...
Posted on 12/03/2018
Company Jane Brooks Decorators needed to upgrade to a boom with more outreach, allowing them to have greater accessibility for jobs. The Hinowa Lightlift 23.12 offered them a solution with a maximum outreach of 11.4m whilst also being lightweight and transportable...
Posted on 22/02/2018
Fletcher Access specialise in contract cleaning of commercial, public and residential buildings and required an access platform with a working height of more than 40m, for cleaning windows, roofs, drains, cladding and solar panels on high-rise buildings....
Posted on 09/02/2018
A council in the North-East of England called upon the access solutions of local rental company Warren Access to help with a maintenance job on a 3-storey property...
Posted on 25/01/2018
Cannon Access were asked to provide an access platform that was quiet, emissions-free, lightweight to work outside an exclusive London hotel to reach the courtyard, where operators could be elevated to re-plant window boxes outside guests’ rooms...
Posted on 16/12/2017
Aldercote van-mounted boom helps Bristol-based company meet growing demand for street lighting work offering 14m working height and 250kg platform capacity....whilst being quick and easy to set-up!
Posted on 08/12/2017
Stisted Hall is a Grade II listed manor house near Braintree in Essex that was converted into a residential care home. The owners required a working at height solution to carry out inspection and maintenance on the building
Posted on 27/11/2017
A housing association required the removal of overhanging branches from a roadside tree outside one of its properties in Washington, Tyne and Wear. They called local hire specialists Warren Access for expert advice on the best working at height solution...
Posted on 23/11/2017
Dorset Design & Build (DBB) is a leading south coast landscaping company. It required a stand-on mini-dumper for shifting materials such as sand, gravel, earth, or shingle from one work site location to another
Posted on 22/11/2017
Shufflebottom is the UK market leader in steel frame agricultural buildings, and their steel erectors spend a lot of time working at height, and often on rough terrain. They wanted to replace thier ageing powered access fleet
Posted on 22/11/2017
The famous Empire Cinema in London’s Leicester Square required a 4m x 2.5m glass panel fitting to the building. The glaziers working on behalf of the cinema contacted hire company Hird for expert advice on the best lifting solution to safely affix the 350kg panel in a display window
Posted on 20/11/2017
Independent plant hire company, Fast Plant required battery-powered access platforms for emissions-free working at height for maintenance and cleaning work in atriums, such as those found in shopping centres
Posted on 16/11/2017
The world’s largest LEGO store, in Leicester Square, London, required a push-around crane to help with the creation of a scale model of the Elizabeth Tower. The iconic clock tower is part of the Houses of Parliament, and holds Big Ben
Posted on 29/09/2017
VWS uses van-mounted boom lifts for safe working at height in the installation, inspection, service and repair of CCTV as well as fire safety, security and intelligent building systems. It required a new van mount that was flexible enough to carry out a wide range of tasks
Posted on 21/09/2017
Conservationists working for the National Trust required a lightweight and compact access platform to enable brickwork replacement at the top of the tower at Ightham Mote, which was built during the Wars of the Roses.