Certifications, Memberships and Notable Clients

WallWalkers are dedicated to high quality workmanship, excellence in service and the continuation of their flawless reputation. To ensure the company is at the spearhead of current practices, the WallWalkers team are continually updating their qualifications through courses relating to safety at work, contemporary work methods and various specialist classes, providing the team with a wide range of skills in preparation for a variety of projects from church steeple stone replacement to lead work refurbishment and more. Below is a list of the numerous qualifications, clients and certifications we currently have:

National Trust

The National Trust is a conservation organisation in the UK, founded in 1895 as “a charity that works to preserve and protect historic places and spaces—for ever, for everyone.” It owns many heritage properties, including historic houses, industrial monuments and social history sites. WallWalkers have carried out countless projects for the National Trust and continue to use our advanced skills and traditional methods to maintain the UK’s beautiful historic structures.

English Heritage

English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and world-famous prehistoric sites throughout England. Through these locations, they bring the story of England to life for over 10 million people each and every year. WallWalkers are proud to have worked so closely with both the English Heritage and the National Trust and their properties. and look forward to the continuation of the valued rapport we have built.

Historic Houses Association

The HHA supports Britain’s privately-owned historic houses, castles and gardens. These are often grade I or II listed properties and iconic symbols of Britain’s unique heritage. WallWalkers are proud to be listed as corporate members of the HHA, and are greatly appreciative of their conservation work and efforts ensuring the UK’s heritage is maintained to the highest standard possible.

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings was founded by William Morris in 1877. Today it is the largest, oldest and most technically expert national pressure group fighting to save old buildings from decay, demolition and damage. WallWalkers are both members of SPAB and attend their numerous courses and events to keep up to date with all current practices in the conservation industry.

International Rope Access Trade Association

IRATA is an internationally recognised organisation, teaching and assessing individuals with a dedicated syllabus whereby rope access technicians can progress through three Levels of proficiency, delivering a skilled workforce that can reliably utilise a proven work-at-height method. All our operatives are IRATA trained and follow the International Code of Practice (ICOP 2013) for safety at work.

International Powered Access Federation

Set up in 1983, IPAF promotes the safe and effective use of powered access worldwide, representing the interests of manufacturers, distributors, users and training companies, playing a key role in promoting the design, safety and testing procedures that are now established in the powered access industry. Our team members have completed the IPAF course, allowing them to utilise powered access lifts to accomplish a wider variety of jobs.

Safe Contractor Assessment

To be awarded the relevant contract, the companies and individuals applying must meet specific standards of health and safety set by the Safe Contractor assessment. WallWallkers operate under 3 simple rules. Plan inherently safe methods with rescue systems in place, Prepare equipment and areas of work to be of a safe standard before starting, Perform all work practices carefully, making safety the priority.