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Our enterprise has a vast experience in industrial climbing works, works performed at height and anticorossive. Our team is highly qualified in anticorossive works and welding at height, which is our main area of operation. Also our company has experience in roap access works, assembly of devices - particularly masts and aerials. We work by roap access using hi-tech equipment and the latest climbing techniques, to provide safety to our crew and contractors. Our company is characterized by professionalism, on time work, cleanness and observance of the health and safety procedures. Continuously growing number of satisfied customers can be used as a confirmation of our qualifications.


Marine structure

  • Vessels
  • Offshore
  • Fuel Oil Platforms
  • Windmills

 City Job

Snow and icicles removal, deicing, window cleaning, banners assembly, roof and elevations cleaning with use of high-pressure equipment, assembly of aerials and other works. We are driven by the motto of professionalism and on time execution. We use for our work climbing techniques, scaffolding and lifting equipment. We work using equipment and tools from reputable companies. We adhere to the highest standards of quality and safety.

                Painting works

High-pressure cleaning 350bar, ST and SA cleaning, any kind of work related to the painting (t/u and F/c) with use of paintbrush, and also spray painting (with use of Grako)

 

          Welding and fitting

  •  steel
  • stainless steel,
  •  aluminium
  • welidng type : MIG,TIG,MMA

  Steel and marine structure

We are fully qualified in anticorossive works ashore, offshore and also at sea. We can provide you with our services in shipyard, while the ship is lying in the roads, and in the middle of the voyage. By using roap access and climbing techniques we are able to complete our tasks on time, without interrupting other teams. This is a great way to limit the time and costs of renovation work.

  •  tanks
  •  Silos
  • Steel warehouses
  • Bridges
  • Viaducts
  • Other steel structures.

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