A platform lift in the Church of Old St Paul’s met typical problems associated with traditional buildings such as inadequate open access to people with disabilities, restricted space and the need to restore in keeping with its environment and overall peaceful ambience.
Old St Paul’s Church also had its own unique problems for wheelchair access in that the church is built on a steep incline which makes wheelchair access problematic, with changes of gradient and columns within the walls to negotiate. The inclined platform lift staircase – SLIM was the solution. Able to negotiate the twists and gradient, the “Slim” is also discreet and quiet in operation.
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An external Wheelchair Platform Lift for the 7th Day Advent Church in High Wycombe
Two lifts; one specially designed with concealed door closers and custom designed panel attachments and a second 6-stop vertical lift
A custom design lift in the striking Philpot Museum with limited headroom
The installation of a bespoke vertical platform lift is complete and installed in position in the library of SAOS, University of London
Contemporary lift finished in polished stainless steel and glazed glass suits Sloane Square location
A bespoke two-stop vertical platform lift for Spanish clothing brand Mango's flagship store in Victoria.
A Pitless Shaft Lift; Custom Made Options; Low Energy Consumption, Suited to Listed Buildings.
Version of Vertical Platform Lift solving Space Problems in Lofts or in this case, a Rooftop Garden
The scissor-mechanism platform lift is ideal for low rise applications up to a maximum of 1.6 metres.
Quiet, Comfortable Platform Stairlift for Curved Staircases; Very Compact when Space is Short
Inclined Platform Lift for staircases with varying gradient; compact, stores away, quiet, top safety features
Incline Platform Stairlift which Negotiates Twists and Turns; Compact, Discreet and Quiet