Stannah Lifts recently helped to improve accessibility at the Alexandra Hotel in Fort William in the Scottish Highlands with a passenger lift refurbishment.
Stannah discusses what The Building Regulations, Approved Document M and Part B mean and gives a helpful outline to the regulations guidance surrounding lifts.
In September 2017, two new safety standards for the construction of lifts and for the testing of lift components were introduced – Stannah has covered the most frequently asked questions…
Stannah has produced a handy overview to the key acts, regulations and standards that outline best practice around lifts.
When deciding between passenger and platform lifts, it can be confusing. Here, Stannah outlines the differences between these lift types and the directives they conform to.
Stannah recently won a six-year contract to maintain a lift portfolio of 146 lifts in 88 housing blocks for Bristol City Council (BCC).
A Stannah Goodsmaster 1000 CD Plus goods attendant lift has been installed in the revamped Kings House office building in central London to move bikes and bins.
There is an increasing trend of lifts being used to aid underground storage of bikes/bins in commercial and residential projects; Stannah have explored this…
Next month’s LIFTEX 2019 (15-16 May 2019, ExCeL, London) is set to discuss solutions to modernise, maintain and improve a building’s lifts and escalators.
A Stannah Goodsmaster 1000 CD Plus goods attendant lift was recently chosen to help move bicycles and bins in the revamped office building in central London.