FALL PROTECTION FOR NATIONAL THEATRE OF STRASBOURG

Fall protection for the National Theatre of Strasbourg

Partner: Alpinistes Du Bâtiment 

Country: France

Solution: XSLinked horizontal lifelines and one XSGlobe single anchor point

The National Theatre of Strasbourg was built between 1888 and 1889. The palace building, originally used for the regional parliament, now houses a theatre company. The facade, roofs and the main entrance of the Neorenaissance style building are all marked as historical monuments.

To ensure maintenance personnel can safely access the rooftops and perform maintenance works our French partner Alpinistes Du Bâtiment was asked to install fall protection measures.

3 XSLinked horizontal lifeline systems were installed on XTrusion base plates to fit the zinc double fold roof construction. 2 systems have a span of 37 meters (121 ft) and 1 system spans a distance of 40 meters (131 ft), making up a total of 114 meter (374 ft) of XSLinked horizontal lifeline.

Additionally 1 XSGlobe single anchor point was installed to access the flagpole safely. This anchor point is also installed on an XTrusion base plate to fit the double fold zinc roof.

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