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CoxGomyl is the leading manufacturer worldwide of Building Maintenance Units, with over 50 years experience of providing innovative and complete facade access solutions

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Tower 2 Collins Square Project is Towering 2 The sky

The Walker Corporation’s latest Tower 2 Collins Square Project is a towering masterpiece. The building is part of the $2.58 billion Collins Square development in Victoria – one of the biggest commercial developments in Australia. Designed by award-winning architects and offering 38 storeys of office space with a construction value of $340M, this building makes

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3D Surveying Taken To Extreme Heights As ECM Uses Laser Scanning For New Window Washing System Atop John Hancock Tower

In the case of the 200 Clarendon, formerly known as the “John Hancock Tower,” CoxGomyl took on the challenge of installing a new window washing system for the 60-story skyscraper located in Boston, Massachusetts. The Challenge The newly re-named 200 Clarendon tower was designed by Henry N. Cobb of the firm I.M. Pei & Partners

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Chinese version of website now launched

CoxGomyl is pleased to announce that we have now launched a Chinese version of our website. You can now visit the Chinese translated site directly at http://www.coxgomyl.com/zh-hans or simply click on the Chinese language flag on the top left of the homepage.      

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Tower 2 Collins Square Project is Towering 2 The sky

The Walker Corporation’s latest Tower 2 Collins Square Project is a towering masterpiece. The building is part of the $2.58 billion Collins Square development in Victoria – one of the biggest commercial developments in Australia. Designed by award-winning architects and offering 38 storeys of office space with a construction value of $340M, this building makes

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3D Surveying Taken To Extreme Heights As ECM Uses Laser Scanning For New Window Washing System Atop John Hancock Tower

In the case of the 200 Clarendon, formerly known as the “John Hancock Tower,” CoxGomyl took on the challenge of installing a new window washing system for the 60-story skyscraper located in Boston, Massachusetts. The Challenge The newly re-named 200 Clarendon tower was designed by Henry N. Cobb of the firm I.M. Pei & Partners

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Chinese version of website now launched

CoxGomyl is pleased to announce that we have now launched a Chinese version of our website. You can now visit the Chinese translated site directly at http://www.coxgomyl.com/zh-hans or simply click on the Chinese language flag on the top left of the homepage.      

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CoxGomyl Company Overview Video

CoxGomyl’s CEO, Tony Combe, provides an overview on CoxGomyl’s presence in the building and facade access industry. Tony explains how Coxgomyl’s permanent facade access systems are used worldwide to maintain the exterior of buildings to clean windows and replace panels. The video also showcases CoxGomyl’s more recent and complex projects.    

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The ‘Walkie Talkie’ – Watch BMU’s in action on 20 Fenchurch St, London

This video shows the impressive solution devised by CoxGomyl to install Building Maintenance Units (BMUs) to maintain the facade on this distinctive curved structure designed by architect Rafael Vinoly, commonly known as The Walkie Talkie in London.

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The Guangzhou Story – CoxGomyl Building Maintenance Units in Action

The skyline of Guangzhou showcases impressive supertall skyscrapers. This video shows how these magnificent structures are maintained with the use of building maintenance units in action on the Pearl River Tower, International Finance Centre and the Leatop Plaza, all manufactured by CoxGomyl.

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Bmu Innovation Award Finalist For Burj Khalifa

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat announced the winners and finalists of the Performance and Innovation Awards, as part of the 2015 CTBUH Annual Awards.

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Pearl River Tower, Guangzhou, China

The Pearl River Tower was designed with energy efficiency in mind. Its roof is lined with solar panels and therefore has no terrace space to install BMUs.

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A new office for Hong Kong

To accommodate the steady growth of the BMU and Service business in Hong Kong, Macau and Southern China, we have recently moved our Hong Kong office.

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CoxGomyl releases the latest product animation

The latest CoxGomyl product animation showcases our façade access solutions on a sloping surface, and demonstrates the jib’s function and the execution of the Cradle Restraint System.

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International Finance Center, Guangzhou, China

The Guangzhou International Finance Center is not only recognized as the tallest building in Guangzhou, but one of the most beautiful.

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Leatop Plaza, Guangzhou, China

The Leatop Plaza features a simple, elegant and transparent facade and the client requested the facade access solution to match the building design.

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International Commerce Centre, HK, China

As the tallest building in Hong Kong, the International Commerce Centre is an icon, not only for its scale, but also for its unique ‘dragon tail’ feature at the base of the north face, where the walls peel away at the base, creating canopies on three sides. CoxGomyl provides integrated access solutions to both the

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Park House, London, UK

Park House, completed in January 2013, is a nine storey mixed-use complex on London’s Oxford Street and is the largest development on Oxford Street in over 40 years. The building embodies classic principles of design within an exhilarating new form providing a curvilinear shape and bright, light-filled spaces with the glass structure yielding spectacular multiple

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CoxGomyl wins the BMU contract for the spectacular Marina One project in Singapore

CoxGomyl Group is pleased to announce that our Asia team has secured an order for the Marina One project in Singapore. The high profile development by M+S Pte Ltd is a joint venture between Malaysia’s Khazanah National and Singapore’s Temasek Holdings. Marina One is scheduled for completion by 2016 and will be at the heart

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The Shard, London, UK

As the tallest skyscraper in Western Europe, The Shard takes its name from the four shards of the double glazed glass façade set at various angles, towering more than 20m above roof level. It is an irregular pyramidal-shaped building from the base to the top. Due to its unique shape and sloping facade, the iconic

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