2 storey commercial development in Christchurch with offices and surgery rooms upstairs. The lift has meant that the business can retain their existing aging client base while also providing ease of access for young families and disabled patients.
Placement was key for staff at reception who occasionally had to assist some clients from the bottom of the stairs in their previous building. The elevator is right by the entrance to the building and once at the top is visible and only steps away from the reception desk.
The dilapidated Terminus Hotel, built in the 1880s, has been redeveloped into apartments and commercial and retail space.
The heritage building owner and developer Stephen MacKnight needed an elevator to specifically compliment the now high end, industrial look of this 1880’s building.
This heritage building, now called Terminus Apartments, features a specially designed Powerglide Elevator for ease of access to the three floors of the 9m high building.
Entry/exit point 1
Clean in white, this lift serves 2 levels of this modern Christchurch home and has access to the lift on two different sides