Here at Peninsula Access we provide conservation expertise when carrying out works to sensitive and listed structures. Our knowledge of difficult access techniques work hand in hand with undertaking repairs and modifications to sensitive structures including bridges, churches, monuments and listed buildings. We work closely with conservation officers and architects with our skilled team of conservation staff to ensure history and heritage is protected.
Our conservation works include but are not limited to:
- Working with traditional materials
- Colour matched mortar and lime Repairs
- Masonry pinning
- Masonry profiling and adjustments
- Structural strengthening
- Rainwater goods replacement
- Debris and bird netting
Our experienced team of site operatives with their difficult access skill sets can often provide a more economic and less disruptive solution to structural maintenance as opposed to the more traditional methods such as scaffolding. By providing safe and cost-effective maintenance solutions to our clients we can undertake a wide variety of projects whilst maximising client cost efficiency and minimalising the impact on the general public and surrounding areas, all in a safe manor in cline with CDM regulations.
Our maintenance works for different structure types utilised our specialist access methods to provide a high-quality standard of work at a manageable cost.
Works can include the following:
- Protective coating application to structural steel to Highway Agency standards.
- Masonry repairs, including Re-pointing, Reinstatement, Pinning
- Steel repairs, including Bolt replacement, Plate welding, Testing
- Concrete repairs, including Spall repairs, Formwork, Reinforcement Scanning
- Sun guard sail installation
- Cavity wall pinning
- Gutter cleaning
- Bird net installation
- Material descaling
Please follow our link below for an example of our protective steel coating to a 85m flue and supporting stack, and enjoy the video.