FLS Fall Protection for Roofs
Houston Community College is building a new facility, which is being built at Central College Campus in Midtown Houston. The $30 million building will include a cooking and baking lab, a dining room and bar, a dish room, computer labs, classrooms, a student lounge, locker rooms, offices, conference rooms and a reception area. The building will be two stories tall and will comprise 38,000-square-feet. The new facility was part of the $425 million Groundbreaker Bond Program approved by Houston voters in 2012.
Flexible Lifeline engineers reviewed construction plans and assessed potential hazards. FLS designed, supplied, and installed a Multi-Span Lifeline System totaling about 480ft, located approximately 10ft along the rooftop’s leading edge.
The OSHA compliant system is designed for two users and is configured so that the users can have access to each system without detaching at the intermediate supports.