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.
An external platform lift solution was required by the National Trust for its Grade One Listed building, Washington Old Hall. The venue needed to provide DDA access within its gardens, which are split between two levels.
To provide an access lift for the theatre’s new three floor, state-of-the-art, community studio and prop storage area. As well as being DDA compliant, the access solution would also need the capacity to carry heavy loads.
Nottingham Forest Football Club needed to install a series of platform lifts to allow step-free access to its hospitality areas and corporate boxes. The club wanted to achieve access in line with the DDA, without making structural changes to the building.