The company ACRO BTP (SWITZERLAND) SA specializes in difficult access and high-altitude works. We offer our expertise and skills developed over more than 20 years, providing services in various environments: urban, mountainous, industrial, construction, or cleaning!
Passionate about all challenging and complex access projects, we continuously seek innovation and strive to offer tailor-made solutions to our clients. Mindful of the environment, our R&D policy focuses on exploring solutions that are less energy-consuming, recycled, and traceable whenever possible.
ROPE ACCESS WORK
In urban environments, we are called upon for rope work when traditionally employed methods are too cumbersome or simply less suited than alternative roped solutions. Depending on the nature of the work, roping isn't always the sole solution: we adjust the methodology based on the requirements and the scope of the intervention. Ropes are complemented by lifting equipment, scaffolding, or other appropriate techniques.
Nailed walls, sprayed concrete, micropiles, buttresses, and concrete pillars... In public works, we operate in typically challenging and hard-to-reach locations, undertaking projects that require specialized expertise in special works and soil knowledge. Passionate about all challenging and complex access projects, we continuously seek to innovate and offer tailor-made solutions to our clients.
In addition to our activities in urban and specialized works, our company markets the ACROSOLS® product in Switzerland and internationally, excluding French territories. Our innovation, patented by our parent company, is a lightweight, quickly deployable, and draining support device!
Would you like more information about our product and explore the various ranges and achievements? Visit our website at www.acrosols.com !
OPTIMIZED WEIGHT-TO-SURFACE RATIO
The ACROSOLS® is a galvanized steel support device, designed to operate in all geotechnical contexts. It features a structure with a significantly optimized weight-to-surface ratio.
SIGNIFICANT LOAD BEARING CAPACITY
The ACROSOLS® boasts a substantial load-bearing capacity, thanks to its diamond tip and three-dimensional structure that stiffens its frame. Its mechanical resistances enable the construction of vertical structures of 6m or more, with intermediate platforms.
The implementation time is minimized as the installation of ACROSOLS® is much faster than a sprayed concrete wall. The installation rate for ACROSOLS® panels can reach up to 10 units per day.
ACROSOLS® is permeable; it does not retain hydrostatic pressure, avoiding the need for over-sizing structures and eliminating the necessity for specific drainage pipes.
AN ECONOMICAL STRUCTURE
Structures built with ACROSOLS® are financially advantageous. Due to the lightweight material and fast implementation, these products are highly competitive. Moreover, the finished surface ratio per day is 2.5 times higher than that of a nailed wall.
REDUCTION IN CO2 EMISSIONS
ACROSOLS® is even more efficient as its CO2 emissions on a typical construction site are significantly reduced compared to a nailed wall. Indeed, the material supply by trucks is minimized, and therefore, disturbances to local residents due to deliveries are limited.
Repair of blinds in Geneva. Installation and removal of fabric blinds on a building.
Installation of 250m2 of printed tarps in 6 sections on the scaffolding of the Fairmont Hotel.
Construction and realization of ACRO BTP Switzerland's offices in Satigny - Geneva.
Installation of illuminated signs in Plan-les-Ouates. Mounting and securing of the 11 elements on the frame provided by the client. Completion of all electrical wiring and junction boxes. Attachment of transformers to the 220V electrical network.
Cleaning of the windows of the City Library in Geneva by 3 rope access technicians.
Installation and removal of 10 slatted blinds on a building in Carouge.
Construction of an acoustic barrier (sound attenuation of -45 dB to limit noise from rocky excavations and special foundation construction) measuring 4m in height over a length of 160m. Supply and installation of galvanized HEB posts. Installation of acoustic panels.
Dismantling of 7 wooden platforms within two ventilation ducts measuring 171cm x 72cm at a height of 30m.
Installation of 43 acoustic covers for noise reduction during hydrodemolition operations at an operational site. 43 covers of the OSLO type, measuring 3.55m x 2.05m.
Disassembly of lighting masts: 6 lighting masts with a height of 15m
Modification of the layout of the pedestrian footbridge crossing the Morges on the right bank at its mouth into Lake Geneva. Implementation of micropiles / civil engineering. Installation of a metal structure.
Implementation of shaping steep-slope earth embankments – Small Civil Engineering project – Installation of electrical and irrigation networks. Deployment of mechanical equipment: Spider excavator, 24m rotary crane with winch and various tools.
Dismantling of multiple ventilation ducts in confined spaces within two courtyards measuring 3.2m x 2.5m at a height of 30m.
Construction of a shotcrete wall, installation of active anchors, and creation of a slope head during excavation phases for the construction of a multifunctional social building. High-level drilling with hydraulic slide. Installation of cable anchors. Implementation of injection techniques like ISR / Shotcrete.