The David Attenborough Building is located in the heart of the city, on the University of Cambridge’s New Museums Site. It provides a vibrant hub for the partners in the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI), a unique collaboration between the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge-based cluster of leading conservation organisations, and the Museum of Zoology.
Designed in the brutalist fashion by Sir Philip Dowson of Arup Associates with construction completed in 1971. Nicholas Hare Architects were appointed in 2012 to conduct refurbishment of the building which includes the introduction of a 3-storey living wall within the reception atrium.
We were instructed on the testing and inspection of previously installed access equipment. This ranged from soffit mounted abseil tracks to chemically fixed eyebolts.
One of Eurosafe's multi-skilled rope access teams successfully completed the inspections with a focus on safety and quality.
Other services available via our rope access team:
Cladding Remedial Works
High Level Surveys
Cladding & Glazing Installations
High Level Maintenance
PLUS MANY MORE