Lifts & Escalators

We provide professional expertise to meet your vertical transport needs.

New Installation - Options

  • Establish design criteria for the Lift/Escalator/Crane/Cradle systems calculated on the anticipated requirements in consultation with the client and/or his design team to minimise take up of lettable retail or office floor area.
  • Evaluate requirements to meet the demands, determining numbers, sizes, speeds, handling performance, all with particular reference to location and traffic movement, utilising in-house computer facilities and prepare budgets.
  • Provide preliminary information and drawings of layout requirements including structural loadings and mains electrical details.
  • Prepare a detailed and objective technical and performance specification with drawings as necessary, complete with Contract Documents for issue to a select list of tenderers.
  • Analyse the returned tender documents, providing a detailed assessment of each proposal with recommendations for approval and acceptance.
  • Provide a detailed cash flow and site installation programme.
  • Check all working drawings and the design of aesthetic finishes, in co- ordination with the design team where appropriate.
  • Project Manage the contract overall.
  • Co-ordinate the pre-site preparations with the nominated contractor and builder and liaise with tenants or owners.
  • Monitor and supervise during the installation period ensuring the programme is maintained in all phases of work.
  • Certify all contractors’ invoices and progress payments including variation orders where approved.
  • Perform witness tests of the installations, issue test certificates, tabulate defects and ensure that any outstanding items are completed within a stipulated period.
  • Monitor performance and maintenance standards during the defects liability and free maintenance period and undertake final inspection prior to termination of warranty.
  • Act as Health & Safety Co-ordinator in accordance with Construction (Design and Management) Regulations, 2007.
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