New engineer starting!

After moving into our new office and the addition of some great clients it’s been a great start to 2018 at UK Lift and Escalator. Due to the ongoing success we recently decided to add another engineer to the team and we’re very excited for them to officially join the team on Monday. (If […]

By |April 27th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Barker & Stonehouse Hull – Completed and targets achieved!

As reported last week the Barker and Stonehouse project timeline target was 4 working days, which included 2 days for removal and preparation followed by a 2 day installation and commissioning process. As planned, the lift was handed back to the client for some minor making good before the end of day 4. This […]

By |April 27th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine – Modernisation gets underway!

With soaring temperatures in the UK this week, what better place to be than starting a modernisation at the School of Tropical Medicine in Liverpool! Hopefully we wont need to check in for research but we will have the lift back up and running at operating speed in quick time!

By |April 20th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Barker & Stonehouse – Hull project gets underway!

Our next project with our client Barker & Stonehouse has started today! The first steps of the project are the safe removal and disposal of the existing platform in preparation for the new install booked in for Monday. The planning and coordination between the store team, our install engineers and the back of house […]

By |April 19th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Gainsborough update – 2 lifts completed in Newcastle

It wasn’t only the weather that made us full of the joy of spring today! We also handed over the second lift in one of our customer’s office buildings in Newcastle. The lifts had been operating independently but we now have a modernised pair operating as a duplex, which will handle the buildings traffic […]

By |April 19th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Chester-le-Street MRL modernisation project completes in less than 10 days!

We have completed the Schindler MRL modernisation project in Chester le Street, fitting a new Schneider controller package and new door operator. The invertor has been mounted inside the shaft, along with an encoder on the machine. This lift now runs smoothly and feels like new! The new digital fixtures and car lighting gives […]

By |March 29th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Contract WIN – Belfry Hotel & Resort

UK Lift and Escalator are very pleased to announce that we’ve been awarded the service contract for the Belfry Hotel & Resort in Birmingham. This is an award winning hotel and famous golf course that has multiple lifts on site including passenger, platform and dumb waiter lifts. We’re proud to start working with this […]

By |March 28th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Body Zone lift projects completed on schedule!

UK Lift and Escalator Company are happy to report the timely completion of 3 Passenger/Goods lift modernisations in the centre of Newcastle Upon Tyne. This project needed co-ordination and pre-planning due to the age of the building and the wide range of the occupiers needs. However, challenge accepted! The team delivered all 3 lifts […]

By |March 21st, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments

Car interior refresh completed!

We recently completed this interior refresh taking an old and clinical feeling lift interior and converting it to a calm and high quality design, with eco lighting and new ceiling and wall panels. With the addition of the mirror, trims and handrails they make the lift car feel like it’s twice the size!

Please see […]

By |March 20th, 2018|Lift Modernisation / Refurbishment, Lift News|0 Comments

Gym lift project gets off to an early start!

UK Lift & Escalator were asked to look at an unreliable lift for a new customer recently and whilst our engineers were able to get the unit running when others couldn’t, we were asked to return and offer options for further investment. The long term options were discussed and a clear understanding of the […]

By |March 19th, 2018|Lift News|0 Comments