Lift Feasibility Study
A Lift Feasibility Study is an evaluation to determine the viability of an idea or more usually a project.
Relevant knowledge is gathered and possibilities/options are considered taking into account applicable factors such as for example technical issues, cost, time and resource. Then the advantages and disadvantages of each option is analysed in a logical way.
Once the study is complete a report is written showing the methodology of the study, presenting options (if there are more than one) and providing recommendations
Some Typical Uses of a Feasibility Study
Considering adding or enhancing the lift service in a building.
- Can a lift be added?
- If so where?
- Can the existing lifts be sped up?
- Or made more efficient so they handle more traffic?
- Can I extend the lifts to serve additional floors?
- Considering modernising your lifts.
- What are the likely costs?
- How long will it take?
- What can I do to lessen the impact of a reduced lift service while the modernisation is underway?
- Would it be possible to upgrade to Hall Call Allocation?
All these questions and more can be the answered by a Feasibility.
If you have an idea and are not sure of its viability, then a Feasibility Study is your first step.
What does it cost and how long does it take?
Well of course that depends on the subject of the Feasibility Study. If you think a Feasibility Study is necessary and you contact us we will first listen, then perhaps ask a few question to make sure we understand what you are after. Then we will write a detailed proposal that will include everything in the study, including what we will do, how we will do it, how long it will take, what will be the deliverables and what will be the cost.
In discussion with you we can amend and re-amend the proposal until you are happy with it. Then we will get on with the work.
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