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ICBS TEXAS Partners with Harken Industrial as Exclusive Authorized Installer Dealer for Fall Protection Systems

Innovative Commercial Building Systems (ICBS Texas, LLC) announces new partnership with Harken Industrial as Harken’s only Authorized Installer Dealer in the state of Texas.  This partnership provides a complete package of OSHA-compliant fall protection systems to major commercial clients in Dallas, Houston, Austin and San Antonio. The experienced designers, licensed engineers and specialists at ICBS Texas are available to consult and explain how this new partnership will benefit those looking to improve access and compliance issues for fall protection projects across the state.

In business for over 40 years and with a distributor network in 48 countries, Harken Industrial’s philosophy is “safer, lighter, more efficient.” Harken products work to increase safety through reduced fatigue, strain and load friction at height.  Safer working practices for operators increase efficiency and reduce operating costs.


“We are very excited to partner with ICBS in an effort to provide high quality engineered fall protection systems to safeguard workers at height,” said Ted McCabe of Harken Industrial.

"Harken Industrial’s fall restraint and fall arrest access rail systems are extremely durable, low profile, and easy to install. They lock into position and still allow freedom of movement, ensuring the safety of building personnel working at any height."

Led by Jim Elford, Houston-based ICBS Texas is an American company built on a foundation composed of industry experts in the fields of engineering and manufacturing of fall protection and façade maintenance systems and equipment. ICBS offers site assessment, engineering and design, in-house fabrication, installation, system certification, comprehensive training and re-certifications.                   

For more information about ICBS Texas, visit http://www.icbstexas.com/

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 12/1/2016

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