The Casino at the Empire London needed to install DDA compliant lifts to enable customers to freely access both levels. The casino specified that the disability lifts had to be branded, and aesthetically pleasing to complement the retro décor.
The popular Australian-themed bar chain, Walkabout, wanted to provide access for all to comply with DDA accessibility. As each Walkabout venue was different, the lift design needed to be tailored for each location.
A cost-effective access solution was required by Elim Church for its new two-storey building. In order to be compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), it was essential there was step-free access to the first floor recreation room.
Starbucks, incredibly well known for their coffee houses all over the world, chose The Platform Lift Company for their branch in Solihull. We were able to match their requirements perfectly with our Vertical Platform Lift.
The first British Ferrari retail store required a bespoke, independent access lift to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 2005. The aim was to provide step-free access for both shoppers and staff.