Spider provides access for chimney job

By Lindsey Anderson24 September 2015

Spider provided a custom access solution for this chimney project in Chicago.

Spider provided a custom access solution for this chimney project in Chicago.

Spider, a division of SafeWorks, LLC, recently provided a custom suspended scaffolding solution for tuck-pointing and brick repair work on the 125-foot-tall chimney stack at Lane Tech High School in Chicago.
Familiar with Spider’s reputation for specializing in unique suspended applications, IWG Inc. turned to Spider for a custom solution. Spider designed, built, and installed a rigging star equipped with three swing stages and two Beta Max Gemini material hoists. The rigging star was lifted into place by a crane and then counterweighted, eliminating the need for anchoring into the structure.
Additionally, Spider provided all rigging services as well as on-site user training to ensure the safe operation of the equipment.
“We were genuinely impressed with Spider’s capabilities through every phase of this project, from the initial design to the on-site supervision,” commented Al Arreguin, owner and operator with IWG Inc. “Their Chicago team did a fantastic job meeting our challenges while keeping us safe, on schedule, and within our budget.”
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