Welcome to Summit Anchor Co.
Summit Anchor Company has gone to depths to keep workers safe as they soar to heights.
For over 20 years, Summit Anchor has provided superior fall protection systems and suspended maintenance equipment solutions. The company offers a single source contact for design, engineering, manufacturing, installation, testing and certification of suspended access and fall protection systems. Summit Anchor’s innovative solutions are used extensively by high-rise window cleaners and other suspended maintenance workers across the U.S. and globally.
Why FREE design can cost you?
Free design isn’t better design – especially when lives are on the line.
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The Summit Difference
Safety from the top down.
Safety from the top down.
A practical solution for a sophisticated building, all in the name of safety. That describes Summit Anchor Company‘s latest project which included essential features for a complete fall protection package.
In addition to rooftop anchors, Summit Anchor added a new roof grating and hatch guard to the Willard Office Building, which connects to the historic…
When Boston Properties decided to renovate its flagship property, Metropolitan Square, the company selected Summit Anchor Company to design, install, and test its fall protection and suspended access system.
Metropolitan Square, at 655 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC, is adjacent to several historic buildings including the White House, The Executive Office Buildings and the Department of Treasury.
Spying on political rivals, a web of intrigue and a cover-up leading all the way to the top of United States government — the tantalizing details echo stories blanketing today’s news headlines. But Summit Anchor Company’s latest project involves a building in the shadow of an infamous political scandal of yesterday: installing anchors on top of one of the Watergate buildings. Summit Anchor recently installed a rope descent system on the roof of the Watergate office building at 600 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, in Washington, D.C.
A Chicago window washer recently faced a harrowing situation. Fire crews rescued the window washer after one of his two support ropes broke, he fell two floors, and was left hanging from a 54-floor building, according to the Chicago Sun Times. Heavy winds, rains and lightning added to the urgency of rescuing the desperate window washer from the 33 W Ontario Street building. A special operations team went to the roof and pulled the man over 80 feet to the roof after initial efforts to pull him inside a window did not work.