This project involved the refurbishment of eight hydraulic passenger lifts for the NHS trust at King Georges Hospital. These lifts not only needed major works to bring them into working order but also so they meet the DDA (disability discrimination act).
An important factor in Acre Lifts winning the contract was a presentation given to the NHS King Georges Trust and Sodexo (the facilities management company that were overseeing our works on site) by our Managing Director David Bishop and construction manager John Pearcey. This meeting established a good working relationship which was maintained during the entirety of the project.
As is apparent from this e-mail that we received from Ray Gilbert the Sodexo manager on site:
“John, please extend thanks to everyone concerned for a job well done during the recent refurbishment . The project went well without too much hassle and came in on time and within budget so the Trust were very pleased with that and the end result . The lads worked well as a team to achieve time scales and just got on with the job and caused virtually no grief, it was a pleasure having them on site which is more than I can say for contractors on other projects I have on the go . So well done to everyone.