We Recognize Risk…
and Design for It

Who We AreWhat We Do

Hudson Yards, NYC

Scaffold & Access

Shoring & Bracing

Demolition Means & Methods

Hoist & Crane

Logistics & Site Safety

What sets us apart…

Our plans “bridge” the gap between design and construction by identifying, coordinating, and solving problems that may arise during the project life-cycle that can cause delays.

Empire State Building

When the Empire State Building’s radio tower needed an upgrade, the owner’s wanted the construction to be invisible to the public eye. This tower, located 1,250 feet above street level, would normally require cranes and material hoists, but those were out of the question. Instead, they needed a discreet access system for one of the most prominent towers in the world…

Landmark II

When the owners wanted to repurpose their property into an apartment building, the only thing standing in their way was an underground parking garage. To install their foundations and build up, they needed a way to cut through the 4-story garage without causing it to collapse…

Maine State House

After 100 years of watching over Augusta, the Lady Wisdom and copper dome atop the Maine State House had been beaten by weather and were beginning to deteriorate. Repairs needed to be made, but this required access to the entire surface of the dome, 200 feet in the air…

First Canadian Place

When marble panels from the almost 1,000 foot tall skyscraper in downtown Toronto were falling onto structures and sidewalks below, it was clear that the building was in desperate need of repair. To access every inch of the exterior facade without disrupting building operations or the neighbors below, a custom system needed to be designed…

The Judd Foundation

To honor sculptor Donald Judd’s legacy, the Judd Foundation looked to renovate and restore 101 Spring Street so the building could be appreciated by the public. To preserve the original cast-iron panels from 1870, a supported enclosure was needed to safely remove and re-install the panels over the busy streets of SoHo…

Empire State Building

When the Empire State Building’s radio tower needed an upgrade, the owner’s wanted the construction to be invisible to the public eye. This tower, located 1,250 feet above street level, would normally require cranes and material hoists, but those were out of the question. Instead, they needed a discreet access system for one of the most prominent towers in the world…

Landmark II

When the owners wanted to repurpose their property into an apartment building, the only thing standing in their way was an underground parking garage. To install their foundations and build up, they needed a way to cut through the 4-story garage without causing it to collapse…

Maine State House

After 100 years of watching over Augusta, the Lady Wisdom and copper dome atop the Maine State House had been beaten by weather and were beginning to deteriorate. Repairs needed to be made, but this required access to the entire surface of the dome, 200 feet in the air…

First Canadian Place

When marble panels from the almost 1,000 foot tall skyscraper in downtown Toronto were falling onto structures and sidewalks below, it was clear that the building was in desperate need of repair. To access every inch of the exterior facade without disrupting building operations or the neighbors below, a custom system needed to be designed…

The Judd Foundation

To honor sculptor Donald Judd’s legacy, the Judd Foundation looked to renovate and restore 101 Spring Street so the building could be appreciated by the public. To preserve the original cast-iron panels from 1870, a supported enclosure was needed to safely remove and re-install the panels over the busy streets of SoHo…

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