Ambar Kelly

News & Views

Ambar Kelly visits the annual Tall Buildings Conference

March 25 2019

Ambar Kelly will be attending and demonstrating its innovative RiserSafe® solution at the annual Tall Buildings Conference, the premier event for developers, planners, engineers, architects and contractors working in the UK high-rise sector.

At the one-day conference, held at the 99 City Road Conference Centre in London on April 30th 2019, Ambar Kelly is proud to be headline sponsor and will be exhibiting RiserSafe, a complete riser zone solution for hidden voids in multi-floor buildings.

RiserSafe®eliminates falls from height and spread of fire and smoke through design. This unique and proven safety solution provides 11 functions across a construction site including load bearing up to six tons, formwork for horizontal fire protection materials, fixing points for separating walls and removes the need for handrails. Together, these benefits save money and time and reduce risk.

Nick Atkinson, Director at Ambar Kelly said: “Tall Buildings 2019 is the perfect arena in which to display our total riser solution, RiserSafe®. Visitors to the stand will have lots to learn by having the opportunity to chat to our market leading experts throughout the day.”

Tall Buildings 2019 brings together more than 50 exhibitors, attracting a wide range of experts and companies from around the UK. The show highlights design and building technology innovation in the UK high-rise sector and provides an opportunity to gain insight and network with those who are shaping the future by using revolutionary engineering.

Tall Buildings 2019 is an opportunity-filled, must-attend event for all those involved in the high-rise sector.

For more information on RiserSafe® and to arrange a meeting with our industry call us on 01707-324523.


    April 07 2020 / News & Views

    Ambar Kelly is proud to announce its work on the One Crown Place project has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Tall Building Technology Innovation Award’ at this year’s highly-anticipated Tall Buildings Awards.

    Continue Reading

    March 04 2020 / News & Views

    The construction industry has got itself into a routine where lowest price wins – the “so called” race to the bottom. Often, this lowest price ends up being the highest final price as the implications of the...

    Continue Reading