Case Study: Bespoke build good lift with twin mast construction
How we helped an architect to design a building to accommodate a goods lift with specific user requirements.
Design and install a goods lift for an art gallery within a Grade I listed castle. The roof had to be kept lower than the existing eaves which meant there were only 2.5 metres of headroom over the top floor which needed to accommodate the lift car.
Translyft designed and specified a twin mast lift, so large pieces of artwork were supported from both sides. We were able to keep the lift within the available headroom by using the maximum pit depth available.
How does Translyft help Architects?
Translyft is the ideal partner for architectural lift projects. Having provided lift solutions for architectural projects for almost two decades, we take the stress and worry out of lift installation. At Translyft Lifting Technology, we understand that every project is different and the lift installation requirements are too.
A typical project involves a site visit to gain a thorough understanding of your needs and restrictions. Then, we produce a detailed plan which presents a functional solution for the project. When we install lifts in buildings, we are able to move modular components into place using specialist equipment. This means that we are able to install our lifts into a variety of spaces.
Do you need a bespoke lift for a new project? We specify, supply and install lifts according to building regulations and to your exacting demands. We can assist you in the planning and design stage of a project with accurate specifications, costings and drawings to meet your designs.
Customer service is our top priority and we really mean it. All of our team ‘walk the talk’ – every customer is important to us, wherever and whatever their requirement. Speak to us today about our lifting solutions for Architecture projects by using the contact details below.
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