Our expertise in the Infrastructure Sector

Keeping people and goods moving under the most demanding circumstances

We have extensive experience within this sector, working with Train Operating Companies (TOCs) and Network Rail to provide ‘step free access’ across the rail network. We currently look after all lift maintenance for Network Rail and the London Docklands Light Railway, both managed via dedicated departments that provide a single point of contact (SPOC).

We are constantly providing new products and refurbishing existing lifts, often in very demanding environments. On the rail network our work meets standard NR-SP-ELP-27228, the Department of Transport (DoT) design standards for accessible railway stations and the Guide to Rail Investment Process (GRIP). Our goods lifts are hard at work in Heathrow airport and our lifts and escalators will be part of the upgrade of Luton airport.

Our dedicated in-house teams manage major projects across the UK’s infrastructure to ensure we deliver our promise to be ‘always true to our word’. Working collaboratively with Network Rail, The DoC, TOCs, lift consultants, leading contractors and developers and other suppliers is central to every project. All our engineers have Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) and Personal Track Safety (PTS) status.

We can supply, install and maintain all types of lifts, escalators and moving walkways and have demonstrated our capabilities in many key infrastructure projects including Clapham Junction, Kings Cross Station, Birmingham New Street regeneration, London Bridge Station and Leeds Station.

Contact us to discuss your requirements – we know we can help.

Our latest news...

Read the latest blog: BREEAM & lifts

10 Oct 2019

Find out about BREEAM credits for lifts, escalators and moving walkways for new construction to post-construction and refurbishment

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Stannah lift expertise for London Luton Airport

16 May 2019

The redevelopment of London Luton Airport (LLA) will feature Stannah lifts, escalators and moving walkways.

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Stannah's Top 10 Blogs of 2018

20 Nov 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.

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14 Mar 2018

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…

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Stannah: Committed to Continuing Professional Development

26 Sep 2017

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…

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Stannah escalator team win Wessex Capacity Alliance ‘Contractor of the Month - July 2017

11 Sep 2017

The Stannah escalator team has been rightly rewarded for their work for the Wessex Capacity Alliance – a collaboration of Skanska, Colas Rail, Mott MacDonald, AECOM and Network Rail.

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The Severn Bridge Project – a Stannah 150 story

07 Sep 2017

In 2017 we are looking back at some landmark achievements within the 150-year history of Stannah and this one cannot be overlooked for sheer engineering skill and the determination of two young…

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All systems go at Waterloo Station

27 Jul 2017

Contract win for lifts and escalators as Waterloo upgrade begins

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Stannah lift expertise for London Luton Airport

16 May 2017

Stannah lifts, escalators and moving walkways feature in the redevelopment of London Luton Airport (LLA).

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Stannah celebrate 150th anniversary at ScotlandWorks

19 Apr 2017

Talk to Stannah about how their lift expertise can help you.

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​Contract Win: 10 Stannah Xtralift Duplex Passenger Lifts for New Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station

13 Jan 2017

Stannah Lifts has won the contract to supply and install ten, 13-person Xtralift 2.0 duplex passenger lifts...

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​An apprentice lift engineer - what an opportunity!

28 Sep 2016

It's equal opportunities for Stannah Lifts apprentice engineer, Sophie Healy, as she makes headway in a male-dominated industry sector.

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