Installations / KeeLine fall protection at 90 Hills Road
Continual Handsfree Protection
KeeLine horizontal life line and Mobile Man Anchor systems at the newly refurbished 90 Hills Road, Cambridge allow safe access to the roof areas for general maintenance purposes.
Situated in the heart of Cambridge’s business district, 90 Hills Road underwent an extensive refurbishment by Morgan Sindall. The property was designed by BCR Architects and project managed by Parsons Brinckerhoff on behalf of Freshwater and comprises over 9,000 sq ft of modern office space over 3 floors.
We installed the KeeLine life line and Mobile Man Anchor systems on the lower ground floor roof and the high level second floor roof which features a roof terrace with spectacular views of Cambridge University’s Botanic Gardens.
The KeeLine horizontal life lines provide a virtually invisible fall protection solution for those working on the roof. The systems are designed as a continual handsfree system which allows operatives to work safely on the roof without having to detach from the fall protection system. The Mobile Man Anchors provide short term safety for areas of the roofs which cannot be reached using the KeeLine systems.
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