Tag: Lift Installation

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EN:Procure appoint Sheridan Lifts to new £25m lift framework

EN:Procure, the specialist procurement arm of social housing consortium Efficiency North Holdings Limited, has appointed Sheridan Lifts to their new Lift Maintenance and Installation Framework. The new framework will provide a complete range of leading edge, cost effective, easily accessible lift maintenance and installation services for Efficiency North’s membership and customers in the social housing …

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Unusual elevator designs from around the World

Take a look at some of these beauties

We come across elevators every day, and their designs are generally functional and often minimalist in design. However, there are architects out there who push the boundaries of elevator design and think outside the box. After all, who said lifts have to be boring? AquaDom, Germany The AquaDom; located at the Radisson Blue in Berlin-Mitte …

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Supporting our NHS as key workers

Thank you from all at Sheridan Lifts

As essential key workers, Sheridan Lifts are helping to support the general public, Government and our amazing NHS in this current climate. You may have spotted several blog posts in recent weeks from our service delivery team here who were helping to spread the word about our involvement with the local community. You can read …

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Urgent lift installation project: 2x bed lifts for the NHS

Critical enquiry came through to our office yesterday

Back in April, Sheridan Lifts proudly announced the successful award of 2x hospital bed lifts at an ICU Facility in the North of England. This was an urgent enquiry which came in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. The hospital brief required the 2 lifts to be supplied and installed with an expeditious turnaround. As …

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Sheridan Lifts chosen for lift installation project

Former Parkview Campus to be converted into flats

I’m pleased to let you know that Sheridan Lifts have been chosen by our client MCR Property Group to carry out lift installation works in Bristol where Block 3 of the Parkview Campus will be transformed into residential living. If you haven’t used us before, you should know that Sheridan Lifts have three main areas …

A new lift for Bowers Mill in Halifax

Working with Shaw Lodge Mills in Halifax, Sheridan Lifts will soon begin lift installation works at Bowers Mill in Halifax, where a brand-new hotel is being constructed on the top floor of the building. The mill was originally constructed in the 18th century as a water powered fulling mill. Confused? I was too! Fulling is …

A lift installation at new luxury apartments in Chester

Shortly to be unveiled

Sheridan Lifts will soon be on site for phase two of our lift installation works in the historic city of Chester, following our successful removal of an old lift within Concorde House on Canal Street. Here, the building is being converted into an attractive collection of 32 one and two bedroom luxury apartments with an …

A discussion about our work with Grade II Listed buildings

And a sit down with Mas’ud Mallick and Nick Beetson

It struck me this week that we do quite a lot of work within Grade II Listed Heritage buildings, and I was curious to discover how working within the confines of these buildings might differ from our regular projects. Two such recent projects are at the Redfern Building in Manchester and at 55 Faulkner Street …

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In Profile: Parliament Street, Liverpool

Sheridan Lifts are carrying out separate lift installation works on the same site within the city of Liverpool. Firstly, we will be carrying out lift extension works on a job we initially carried out in 2018. This is an existing 7-stop lift which is being amended for our client Goodwin Construction following alterations to the …

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Part One: Sheridan Lifts in Chinatown

In Progress: 55 Faulkner Street, Manchester

Sheridan Lifts are currently on site doing what we do best in Manchester’s eclectic Chinatown district. After being decimated by a devastating fire back in November 2016, not a great deal of hope was given to this Grade II listed building on Faulkner Street, which directly faces Manchester’s famous Chinatown arch. The building was completely …