New Vertical Lift for Georgia Community

Our thanks and appreciation go out to Stewart Smith and the rest of the great crew at Genesis Elevator of Kennesaw, Georgia. Their submission of photos from the Seven Oaks Country Club in Alpharetta, GA has earned them the Garaventa Lift Project of the Month for April, 2018.

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Can you spot the Genesis Enclosure elevator? This project is a perfect example of an accessibility application that blends in with its environment. The champagne aluminum extrusions closely match the beige siding on the building providing an aesthetically pleasing installation.

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The Seven Oaks Country Club offers community events, a fitness center and other opportunities for homeowners to socialize with other residents. The Genesis Enclosure Elevator is a great addition to the community center and it will provide a fully code-complaint accessibility solution.

Garaventa Lift Continuing Education Program Nets Award

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Garaventa Lift Continuing Education Program wins Prestigious Award

Today we extend our appreciation to Bill Madden and the crew at Architectural Record for honoring us with a prestigious Excellence in Advertising Award for 2016. Our Continuing Education Program entitled Accessibility, Safety and Platform Lifts and Elevators is one of three 2016 winners in the Top Interactive Continuing Education Category. The course is hosted online at the Architectural Record Continuing Education Center.

July POM Goes to GUSA Illinois

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Garaventa Artira provides access to school gymnasium

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Designed to fit a tight lower landing

The installation of a Garaventa GSL Artira inclined platform lift at Grand Ridge Grade School in Grand Ridge, Illinois has been named the Garaventa Lift Project of the Month for July, 2015.

The lift was installed to solve a common accessibility problem in older schools – that of a gymnasium located at the bottom of a short flight of stairs. Typically, these areas are not serviced by elevators. To make matters more challenging, often there are very tight clearances at the upper and lower landings, such as was the case at Grand Ridge Grade School. The answer was an Artira designed with a drop-down lower landing configuration.