ROCK REMOVAL SERVICES

Abseil Access are featured in this brief video clip from TV3 News working above the Peacocks Gallop Reserve in Sumner.

We are currently working on this cliff face to remove unstable rock to allow for the safe passage of work for construction of a rockfall bund at the base of the cliff.

Airbags and crowbars are being used to scale the loose blocks, and with the recent M4.3 quake this week it gives us a sobering reminded that rockfall risk reduction work is a vital as ever.

http://www.newshub.co.nz/nznews/car-sized-rock-removed-after-quake-shifting-2016051219#axzz48TJZSyHa

 

SUMNER LYTTLETON CORRIDOR ROCK SCALING – PHASE 1

Abseil Access are currently working with Fulton Hogan for Christchurch City Council on the Sumner Lyttleton Corridor project removing unstable rock from the cliff face.

The footage was taken at the Moa Bone Point site in Redcliffs.

We will be continuing on the same road corridor project at Clifton Terrace later this week.