ROYAL BERKSHIRE HOSPITAL
Undoubtedly, there is no other place where lifts play a more crucial role than hospitals. When urgent emergency matters occur, whether it be the arrival of an A&E patient or the delivery of medical supplies, the last thing anyone wants is a lift malfunction.
These are just a couple of reasons why the Royal Berkshire Hospital is dedicated to minimising potential breakdowns in its 1,017-bed building, where more than 500,000 people receive medical care each year.
Royal Berkshire Hospital, part of one of the UK’s largest general hospital foundation trusts, operates 57 lifts within the building, consisting of a mix of traction passenger lifts, traction goods lifts and stair lifts which Liftec Southern engineers have been proudly maintaining since 2013.
To ensure continued safety and reliability, Liftec has provided the Hospital with a standby service so that our engineers can quickly attend to potential emergency breakdowns that may arise.
Our performance in maintaining the passenger lifts, goods lifts and stair lifts, all in line with the statutory safety requirements, has led to successful contract renewals year on year, over the past nine years.