• Liaise and advise Architects at Design Stage
• Prepare Specifications tailored to specific client needs
• Manage Tender Process for proposed projects
• Tender review and recommendadtions
• Conduct and attend site meetings
• Project Management for vertical movement
• Carry out snagging on site
• Sign off work upon completion
• Conduct Traffic Analysis
At S.E.E.C we work from conception to completion on your project
• Survey existing equipment and its environment
• Carry out a detailed cost analysis
• Advise on life cycle of equipment
• Propose recommendations to meet client's needs and budgets
• Advise Client on budgets for maintenance and capital improvements
• From survey to completion we make it happen.
• Old lifts and escalators ? we ensure that these get a second life
• We ensure that all equipment meet the Health & Safety requirements
• Assess and survey existing portfolios
• Review maintenance levels
• Review maintenance costs against current market prices
• Review tenders and issue recommendations
• Prepare tailor made framework maintenance agreements
• Compile and maintain a data base to monitor maintenance portfolio
• Carry out H&S and maintenance audits
• Carry out accident investigation and compile reports
• Monitor breakdowns
• Organise and monitor statutory inspections
In Ireland we have a large number of lifts and escalators that were fitted many years ago. A lot of these do not meet current safety requirements and you, as the owner of the equipment, can be exposed to excessive claims should there be an accident or incident on your unit. Some of the newer units might not comply also for a number of reasons and the defense of ‘’I did not know’’ will not get you very far.
We at SEEC can do a full risk assessment on your equipment based on current standards in the lift industry and your legal obligation to comply with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act.
The result of this risk assessment will identify all risks and recommendations will be made to address the necessary items.
Your lift or escalator reflects a large cash investment in your completed building. It continues to demand ongoing expense’s in the form of maintenance contracts and the add-ons to a contract such as replacement parts or the legally required Report of Thorough Examination. You employ maintenance providers on your behalf to maintain the units so as to reduce the down time of the unit and allow ease of access through your buildings for employees or visitors to your site.
An audit report is a check on your equipment to ensure that the equipment is in good running order. If it’s not we can report on the reasons why it’s not and give solutions. The audit report will give you, the owner of the equipment a real picture of the condition of your equipment and allow you plan for the future by putting budgets in place for the modernisation or replacement of the complete unit. Good input by a partner working on your behalf can increase the life span of your equipment and reduce any risks that you might be exposed to.