Due to extreme demand, Abseil Access have recently engaged with several clients on 4 simultaneous bridge builds, a new record for our organisation as we continue to experience exponential growth within the bridge design and construction sectors.
This milestone has only been made possible by our experienced project teams here at Abseil Access. Matt Thom for instance, has led the build team on the 76m Waipapa bridge, successfully completing a load test of 6.5T this past week. Ash Rogers and his team have also been in the process of completing works on a 45m build on the Oraka stream in Tirau. In addition to these builds, both a 55m suspension bridge over the Dickey Flat in Waihi, as well as a 27m beam bridge build over Black Creek in Waipukarua have been completed by project leads Mark Barker and Luke Cunningham.
Although there was a significant number of logistical considerations required for this m ulti-site initiative, Abseil Access did not falter and delivered all services effectively within the timeframes required. This effective management allowed for all projects and their works to be completed, implemented, and tested by the 2021 Christmas period.
Abseil Access looks forward to the future of our organisation as we move into a new year, with several bridge build projects already scheduled for early 2022.
Written by Evan Smith