STRUCTURAL engineering specialist CAN has announced the launch of a dedicated confined spaces division with a team of specialist technicians, estimators and project management staff.
The firm said the move will open the company’s twenty-plus years of confined space experience – predominantly requiring the use of rigging and rope access techniques – to a larger market.
The launch is said to follow ‘growing interest’ in CAN’s confined spaces services. The new division will offer services such as third party access supervision, rescue cover and high risk working.
Mark Richardson, MD at CAN said, “CAN has provided confined space services for the last 20 years, but it has now enhanced its provision through a dedicated team of City & Guilds-certified confined space operatives, estimators and project managers, that have extensive experience of undertaking complex rigging and access work in confined spaces.”