Tudor started his career in the construction industry working both as a tradesman and in management. He has been working within the specialist access industry since 2008.
Tudor has hands on and managerial experience in all aspects of specialist access. He personally holds IRATA certification, Confined Space certification, CSCS certification, PASMA Certification and IPAF.
In the UK, he has worked on the Battersea Power Station redevelopment, Tower Bridge, Kings Cross Central London redevelopment and many other high profile and heritage specific sites. Since 2014 Tudor has jointly run Rope 2 Rope UK, successfully growing the company year on year.
Adrian has been working in the specialist access industry for over fifteen years.
In that time has been directly responsible for securing works with a broad client base and has successfully run multi-year contracts across the country. Adrian has broad experience of daily operations within the industry and is well versed at liaising with clients and coordinating works with other contractors and authorities.
He personally holds IRATA certification, Confined Space certification, CSCS certification and IPAF.
Adrian has twice lead the survey of Battersea Power Station as part of its redevelopment; both in 2004 and for new owners in 2013. Since starting Rope 2 Rope UK Adrian has project managed hundreds of bridge and culvert inspections across multiple geographical locations including Leeds, Kirklees, Bury, Luton and County Durham to name just a few.
David started his career working on the railways. For the past ten years he has been working in the specialist access industry and is an experienced rope access and confined space operative.
David is currently working towards his IRATA Level 3 hoping to add it to his list of qualifications along with Confined Space Access & Rescue, CSCS, IPAF and Emergency First Aid at Work (High Risk).
Mathew started his career in the specialist access industry in 2017. He has already proved himself to be a superb rope access operative gaining his IRATA Level 1 in 2017. Matt has been working hard over the past year, gaining on-site experience and has already racked up several hundred rope hours!
Matt will be working towards his IRATA Level 2 hoping to add it to his list of qualifications along with Confined Space Access & Rescue, CSCS, IPAF and Emergency First Aid at Work (High Risk).