Modular Elevator Systems
Just like it’s CMU or wood frame counterparts a modular elevator system should be installed at the beginning of new construction so that the building can be constructed around it.
Let’s not forget about existing buildings, since the modular elevator system has the capabilities to be self supporting it can be craned into an existing building or even attached to the side of an existing structure.
It’s time, to change the way the industry installs elevators.
Unlike traditional installation, modular elevator systems are the definition of a safe work environment. Since these systems are assembled horizontally in a climate-controlled facility there are no construction site hazards, weather hazards or even fall hazards as ever component is at or below eye level.
The same safety carries over to the jobsite. Once this system is in place there are no open shaft hazards as the hoistway doors are already installed. Inside the saft you also have the car installed and ready to be fired up allowing the hoistway to be a safer working enviroment for the elevator mechanics and apprentices as well.
With the North Carolina population growing at astounding rates, and forecasted to continue, there is vast competition in construction schedules.
As the amount of construction grows the amount of available workforce declines. As an innovative company, Resolute Elevator LLC has seen the need for an exponential change in how elevators are constructed.
By constructing elevators in a prefabricated shaft off site and providing all associated equipment in the hoistway; Resolute Elevator LLC is able to provide a much higher quality finished product in less time, while providing a safer working environment not only for elevator mechanics but all trades on the project site as well.
The modular Elevator system is a project specific engineered structure. This system comes as a complete prefabricated structure arriving to site as an all- encompassing unit with entrances, doors, fire rating, roof, sheathing, rails, cab, pit ladder, pit GFCI outlet, pit light, and all associated elevator equipment. This is truly a turnkey elevator system.
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Modular elevators are safer than conventional elevators because they are assembled horizontally in a climate controlled warehouse. Once on site and in place the mechanics have a running platform to work from instead of having to run safety tie offs in an empty shaft, thus the fall hazard is almost non-existent.
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