Lifts for listed and historic buildings
Our access options complement the character of heritage buildings
We work with many of the UK's leading heritage sites, to improve access without compromising the unique character of each building.
For custodians of historic properties, it’s a common challenge. How do you improve access in a way that is in keeping with the building itself, and meets both the Listed Building Regulations and Equality Act 2010?
Solving access problems at heritage sites
At Stannah, this has become something of a speciality. We help architects make a statement, work with English Heritage for the perfect lift solution and facilities managers to accomplish their lift maintenance and repair responsibilities. We also customise lifts to blend in and install lifts aboard the SS Great Britain herself!
With our expert knowledge, our engineers can help all building professionals with their projects, from a bespoke lift installation to reviving an existing lift. And because we have such a broad range of lift options and lift services to choose from, we can often improve access where no solution seemed possible. For example:
- Small-footprint Piccolo lifts, giving a passenger lift feel in a limited space
- Versatile Midilift platform lifts, for access without a pit or machine room
- Fold-away platform stairlifts, for both straight and curved staircases
- Passenger lifts with our unique FX construction, minimising the load on the building itself
- Breathing life into 80-year-old lifts while maintaining their historical facade
A broad range of answers, and a creative approach
Most importantly, we listen carefully to what you want to achieve. And we work alongside you to find an answer to your own, unique challenge.
After all, we have 150 years of heritage of our own.
Our latest news...
Read the latest blog: BREEAM & lifts
Find out about BREEAM credits for lifts, escalators and moving walkways for new construction to post-construction and refurbishment
Stannah's Top 10 Blogs of 2018
With the end of the year fast approaching, we thought we’d share our top ten blog posts on lifts that have captured the most attention.
Stannah and Brunel's SS Great Britain feature in Conservation and Heritage Magazine
As the latest attraction opens in Bristol at the home of the SS Great Britain all eyes are on accessibility.
Stannah are on the road to three important shows this year. First up the Facilities Management Show at the NEC 10-12 April 2018. Offload your lift portfolio problems on Stand FM66 - Stannah can always…
A sneak preview
Stannah get a sneak preview of the exciting new addition to the ss Great Britain site in Bristol that includes a Stannah Piccolo lift
Stannah: Committed to Continuing Professional Development
Stannah sponsors CPD 17 2017: Specifying lifts in commercial buildings – an online learning module for architects and specifiers that explains the most important accessibility requirements and design…
Contract Win: Stannah Piccolo lift for SS Great Britain Visitor Centre
Stannah has won the contract to supply & install a Piccolo passenger lift in the extension of the SS Great Britain.
Stannah celebrates 150 years of engineering excellence
Stannah celebrates 150 years with never before-seen images of Stannah history and 150% match funding for all employees.
How the Stannah Logo has Evolved Over 150 Years
Over the last 150 years the Stannah logo has changed dramatically to reflect the growth of the business...
Major project for Winchester Cathedral
Stannah's Major Projects team are always ready for an engineering challenge - and this is no exception.
An apprentice lift engineer - what an opportunity!
It's equal opportunities for Stannah Lifts apprentice engineer, Sophie Healy, as she makes headway in a male-dominated industry sector.
Brave the elements with the new Stannah external Midilift
The innovative Midilift platform lift can now be installed outside!