Louie Delaware and Erik Listou of The Living In Place Institute
Garaventa Lift has been asked to participate as Advisory Panel Members for a relatively new institution dedicated to home safety for everyone.
The Living In Place Institute is an ambitious venture, looking to grow nationwide providing registered education courses, electronic assessment tools and a certified professional designation.
The Living In Place Institute is the brain child of Louie Delaware and Erik Listou. Read more about the Living In Place Institute here:
Beautiful aluminum-framed elevator cab with glass walls
Congratulations to Morning Star Elevator. Their installation of a 5-stop Elvoron Home Elevator in Breckenridge, Colorado has earned them their first Garaventa Lift Project of the Month: March, 2015. This elevator is installed beside the 4 O’Clock ski run at Breckenridge. The owner (who prefers to remain anonymous) hired Pinnacle Mountain Homes to build his “weekend playground cabin”. They opted for a glass and aluminum cab and put safety glass panels in the hoistway walls. This allowed them to create a primary design feature and a memorable experience for elevator passengers.
The elevator was configured by Sean Paxon and installed by Gregg Hildebrand and Jose Madrid of Morning Star Elevator.
The 2015 New American Home has been completed and was showcased in conjunction with the International Builders Show, recently held in Las Vegas. The home features some incredible cutting-edge technologies. Guests were allowed to book tours of the home while visiting the convention and these tours proved to be incredibly popular.
A Garaventa Home Elevator is showcased in The 2015 New American Home. It features an inline drive system, an 8 ft. tall cab, a powered cab gate and a mirror installed on the back wall.
A virtual website has been launched at www.newamericanhome2015.com . Click on the Garaventa Lift logo as it scrolls along the bottom of the page to see the elevator.