Designing a new elevator system and cab interior can be cumbersome for any manager or building owner. Our team partners with architects and engineers to expertly create a plan for your elevators that not only provides a safe, efficient passenger experience but also a beautiful end result that exudes both class and elegance. Whether you’re looking for a trendy, modern style or a more classic look, we’ve got you covered.
The Ups and Downs of Elevator Replacement and New Installation
Building amenities such as elevator systems are sometimes taken for granted. What goes up, after all, must come down and vice versa, right? But elevators are not just for convenience and awkward silent moments, they also accommodate residents unable to climb stairs and are critical for deliveries and facilitating maintenance workers. At a certain point, no matter the age of the building, the elevator system will need replacement or a new elevator.
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Not sure where to start on your elevator replacement or new installation? We have in-house design consultants who are committed to finding the right style for your cab interiors. Through collaboration, we’ll create an aesthetic that will make a lasting impression on your passengers and highlight the integrity of your building.
Did You Know?
Our company is MBE, WBE, DBE, WOSB and SBA 8(a) certified. Many new construction projects often require buyers to meet certain goals where a percentage of the project will be awarded to women/minority-owned businesses.
The benefits? It provides tax incentives, opens new sources of revenue opportunities, promotes innovation and creativity and shows your company’s interest in working in diverse markets. Let us help you meet your goals while also providing you with better service.
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Efficiently moving people throughout a building adds meaningful value to any project. It’s incredibly important for your elevator contractor to work closely with the architects, engineers and maintenance personnel involved to optimize core utilization, resolve implementation issues and account for future considerations of the building including peak traffic patterns, average wait time, capacity, average time to destination and projected population assumptions.
Trust and Transparency
The transition from concept to final design is an iterative process and it’s critical to have a partner who is responsive and capable. Delays impact project delivery and can reflect negatively on the building owner and/or manager. We provide transparency and peace of mind every step of the way, delivering constant updates that include job reports, progress meetings and final project reviews with punch lists.