Certain properties in major cities have price tags that allow the budget for vertical transport within the building to exceed those we would normally consider. Access to higher floors needs to be comfortable, automatic and stress free, ultimately the aesthetics of any lifting device should match the quality of the building
In line with our determination to offer continued and improved personal points of contact for our customers, and alongside recent successes and growth, we would like to introduce Jess Wilson who joins Hoistway as our new Repair Administrator. Jess will be assisting the ever expanding Service Department and will be a great asset to the team bolstering our commitment to exceed customer expectat
We give a warm welcome to Richard Cleal who has joined the fast growing Service and Maintenance team as our New Repair Manager and Heidi Mason who has joined the team as Admin Support for all departments.
We wish them both the best of luck and every success in their roles.
EN81-20 and EN81-50 are the new European standards for lift design and manufacture issued by the British Standards Institution (BSI) and will be effective from 1st September 2017.
The new standards apply to both passenger and goods passenger lifts and are set to have a major impact on the entire building and construction industry. They will bring benefits in terms of safety and access
After a very successful completion of the bespoke lift installation at 73 Chester Sqaure, Belgravia, HOISTWAY have gone on to sign two more contracts with the London based luxury developer Leconfield Developments.
These high end projects will involve installing bespoke lifts in two seperate properties in this exclusive part of London.
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