Up in Lights – Brushing up on The Royal Academy of Arts

Our rope access services were recently called upon by the Royal Academy of Arts, London. Tasks included specialist cleaning of the priceless sculpture, and the replacement of difficult to access high-level light bulbs. Carried out in the dead of night, it proved to be one of the more complex of our recent undertakings.

After all, how does one suspend oneself over a 50ft void with nothing to attach to above or beside them?

While we gently brushed every surface, line and contour of each sculpture, a professional photographer took shots and footage for a film on the maintenance of the historic gallery.

Scaling the Palace – Blenheim Heights

From castles to churches, palaces to abbeys, England’s eclectic range of structures are recognised globally as being of those of great historic significance, stunning architectural display and wonderful artistic beauty. The WallWalkers team have been blessed with the privilege of working on a variety of listed buildings across the United Kingdom, enabling them to hang…