Elevator Cost Reduction The number one issue driving up elevator costs for building owners is elevator maintenance contracts that aren’t being fulfilled. Elevator service providers have standard maintenance agreements that include terms for regular servicing and maintaining the equipment. This regular maintenance is critical for eliminating costly repairs, ending deferred maintenance, and for maintaining the […]
“I have three bids.” This is very common for an elevator consulting firm or vertical transportation consulting firm to hear from building owners, property managers, facility managers – whether they are commercial, condominium association, developers or the like – and when they are completing an elevator repair, upgrade and/or modernization.
March 31, 2018 – Chicago, Illinois. The Elevator Consultants, a leading elevator consulting and vertical transportation consulting firm helping building owners and property managers to improve elevator efficiency and increase the bottom line, is proud to announce an important post to its blog on ASME A17.1/CSA B44 responsibilities, specifically addressing confusing among building owners that […]
In buildings, it is true that the property managers are to make sure that the elevators, escalators, lifts, dumbwaiters, etc., also referred to as vertical transportation, are receiving maintenance services. But, as one of the top elevator consulting firms in the United States, we beg to differ.
Building owners rely on their resident “elevator expert,” usually the elevator service company for information on the health and status of their elevators. It’s akin to the situation when one brings his or her car into the proverbial car mechanic.
Chicago, Illinois – February 28, 2018. The Elevator Consultants, a leading elevator consulting and vertical transportation consulting firm, is proud to announce a new post to its blog on the issue of what a Maintenance Control Program (MCP) is and why it is necessary for building owners with respect to elevators and other vertical transportation […]
As one of the leading elevator consulting firms in the United States, we get a lot of questions from building owners, investors, and even REITS about elevators and vertical transportation assets. One of the more common is, “What is a Maintenance Control Program or MCP?”
Chicago, IL – January 29, 2018. The Elevator Consultants, a leading elevator consulting and vertical transportation consulting firm, is proud to announce a two-part series to its blog on issues that may impact REITS and investors who may be purchasing buildings with elevator and/or vertical transportation issues. REITS, of course, refers to “Real Estate Investment […]
Editor’s note. As one of the top vertical transportation consulting firms in the United States, we get a lot of inquiries from buyers and sellers. Both parties want to conduct the necessary due diligence in any transaction. We often assist in evaluating everything with respect to elevators and other vertical transportation assets. In part 2 […]
Editor’s Note. As one of the top elevator consulting firms in the United States, we see a lot of “disasters” out there. Among them is a failure to conduct “due diligence” before buying a property. Here’s a blog post on the topic of just how important “buyer beware” can be in the vertical transportation industry.
The Elevator Consultants is a leading elevator consulting firm helping building owners, property managers, building engineers, facility managers, and REIT’s oversee and optimize their elevator and vertical transportation assets for greater efficiency and increase bottom line. Our service offerings including elevator consulting services like elevator audits, elevator due diligence and even elevator cost reduction and elevator management services. We provide elevator service monitoring software to escalator and elevator insurance claims, not to mention other consulting services, elevator modernizations and new elevator maintenance service contracts. If you are looking for an elevator advisor, elevator expert, or elevator consulting firm, reach out today for a no obligation consultation. For those using British English call us a ‘lift consultant’.