Arranged over six floors, Pavilion comprises a restaurant, bar, outside terrace, meeting rooms, private office suites, pods and lounges.
The first Stannah Microlift was specified by Pavilion in 2011 followed by the second Stannah Microlift 50C.
Now the food lifts work in tandem, ferrying food and drink an approximate 4000mm between the main kitchen and the restaurant, assisting service of high quality dishes from the Michelin-starred Head Chef, Adam Simmonds.
Microlifts have a discreet, efficient profile, clad in Carrara marble surrounds at restaurant level.
Finished in satin stainless steel for stylish, easy-clean durability, both kitchen lifts were supplied in self-supporting structures for easy installation.
Safety of goods in transit is ensured by rise-and-fall shutters fitted as standard, consolidated by interlocked entrances; and efficient performance is ensured by fully automatic push-button controls and a quiet, high-power motor.
Installing, owning and operating a Stannah Microlift helps owners meet all standards and regulations.
Plus continued lift maintenance by Orpington, the local branch of Stannah Lift Services, part of a nationwide network providing comprehensive lift servicing and support.
Phone: 01264 343777
Fax: 01264 337942
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