The Climbing Wall Manufacturers' Association (CWMA) exists to provide for the highest standards in construction, supply and maintenance of artificial climbing structures.
There are now indoor climbing walls in schools, leisure centres and even cruise ships, but developing a climbing wall is a complex process. Design, construction and safety all need to be considered.
Using a CWMA member ensures the wall will meet both your needs and the exacting standards set down in European regulations (CEN 12572-1).
CWMA members are required to meet rigorous standards before joining, and are subject to annual audits to ensure they continue to meet necessary standards.
The association also provides a forum to discuss technical developments, and also has a dispute resolution mechanism to resolve conflicts between clients and members in the rare circumstances where a problem has arisen.
CWMA liaises with the BMC, government departments and agencies, and other bodies whose work affects climbing walls.
Visit the CWMA
for more information.
Current CWMA Members
DR International Climbing Walls
39 Steps, Leeds Road, Old Pool Bank, Otley, West Yorkshire LS21 3BR
Tel: 0113 284 2369
Fax: 0113 284 3128
Eden Works, Colne Road, Kelbrook, Lancs BB18 6SH
Tel: 01282 444800
Fax: 01282 444801
Rockworks Ltd, Units 19/20, Stanelaw Way, Tanfield Lea Industrial Estate South, Stanley, County Durham, DH9 9XB
Tel: 01207 281777
Fax: 01207 281678
Threlkeld Quarry, Threlkeld, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 4TT
Tel: 017687 79959
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