CoxGomyl is a leading global provider of premium facade access solutions. Present around the world with over 60 years of experience, CoxGomyl has the broadest range of configurable building maintenance units built on innovative, proven technologies which provide exceptional performance.
In 2021, CoxGomyl continued a long and proud tradition of delivering industry-leading facade access solutions to some of the world’s most recognisable structures. CoxGomyl is proud to have expanded on its library of installed projects to exceed 5000 across the globe.
As CoxGomyl gears up for a 2022 full of innovation and improvement, let’s reflect on some of the projects that the brand is proud to have delivered facade access solutions for in the past 12 months.
1271 Avenue of the Americas in New York City was the first of four new towers that subsequently constituted the famed Rockefeller Center. When it became evident that a modern new facade access system was required to protect the structure, CoxGomyl was entrusted with devising and installing a building access solution.
CoxGomyl developed a facade access system incorporating two BMUs, taking extra care to guarantee that the unique criteria of installation on an existing structure were addressed within the given limited time constraint.
The 165 metres Indeed Tower was completed in 2021, making it the fifth tallest building and most significant office tower in Austin, Texas. The office building features include the historic 1914 post office re-positioned into a 25,000 square-foot retail and restaurant destination and a 20,000 square-foot urban greenspace.
A single BMU draws on the strength of the CoxGomyl product range and the problem-solving ability of the design team to provide a highly adaptable BMU capable of meeting the varied challenges presented by this project.
The unique Cinnamon Life complex located in Columbo, Sri Lanka, is the first integrated resort in the country. The building is home to a hotel, casino and a range of entertainment facilities. Construction of the most significant private investment in Sri Lanka began in 2014 and was completed in March 2021.
CoxGomyl delivered a comprehensive facade access system to meet all cleaning and maintenance requirements with seven Building Maintenance Units, one of which is the largest in the Asian region. The solution provided is designed to deliver coverage of every inch of the façade and includes handle glass panels weighing 850kg each and will keep the BMUs hidden from sight in their parked positions.
Located in London, the One Crown Place complex consists of two buildings, 124 and 105 metres in height. The pair of mixed-use buildings feature a unique terracotta facade designed by architect Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.
CoxGomyl developed a system utilising a Building Maintenance Unit for the roof of each tower. Both systems provide soft rope technology, allowing for the cradle’s safe and secure horizontal movement as it navigates the facade and numerous terraces.
Discover the full range of projects CoxGomyl completed in 2021, or get in touch with the expert CoxGomyl team for information on the range of facade access solutions available and a quotation to meet the needs of your project in 2022.Back to News