About us

London Lift Installations LTD (LLIL) work mainly on special and major projects within the UK and Europe.  We supply labour for New Installations and Re-modernisation.  Quality, safety and efficiency are a must with our company, we commit ourselves to providing our clients with the best installation possible with the least amount of disruption.  Our installations are always complete to EN81 standards and we have had many consultants such as Ove Arup, Dunbar and Boardman and Lerch Bates who over the past few years have extended their gratitude of the efficiency and high quality of our labours installations.

We were audited by Skanska (the largest building contractor in Europe) in 2009 obtaining the highest points available, following on from this we have been highly recommended by Skanska to major lift companies and building contractors’ to use us and our team of installers for future projects.

Our engineers have been fully trained to the highest standard to ensure quality installations., hence, providing the highest quality of installations and safety standards available for many major lift companies.  This has resulted in our growing team of 56+ installation engineers having a varied and vast amount of knowledge in lift installation and engineering.  LLIL is able to supply fully qualified and experienced labour to meet all specialist requirements and ensuring customer’s expectations are met.  We are a growing company and have the following permanent workforce:

Installation managers, Supervisors SSSTS and SMSTS, Testers, Engineers, PM’s, Electrical engineers, Fitters, Improvers and Mates and First Aiders.

Our labour are all CITB registered, hold a CSCS card and have between 4 -30 years’ experience within the industry, most are training towards their NVQ Level 3 Lift Installer qualification and being assessed by LITS.

A SSSTS Site Supervisor is supplied to assist our clients on every project; attending health and safety meetings, organising and carrying out Tool Box Talks and organising our labour-force to ensure we meet our completion date.

Our Project Manager will assist with weekly monitoring of our installation projects.  They can then assist our clients by reporting the progress of work to them.

Our Electrical Engineer carries out electrical continuity testing for shaft and motor-room lighting and supplies a test certificate on completion, if required.

We have our own health and safety policy, method statements and risk assessments in place, but, all labour will read, sign and adhere to the client’s policies and procedures whilst working for them.

  • We are a highly established team within the lift industry, in the UK and Europe
  • We have access to 56+ competent labour resources and growing
  • We have completed many prestigious projects
  • We complete good quality installations

Summary of Key Skills

Setting out all works involved in the installation of lifts

Setting out all no scaffold methods.

Setting out to tolerances of +/- 1mm

Setting out major groups of lifts to grid lines.

Give advice on problems with lift shafts; example: if shafts are out to grid North to South or East to West

Notify the lift company and builder of any structure work that is incorrect after my survey before starting installation.

Troubleshooting, fault finding, mechanical engineering problems, liaising with drawing office and electrical problems.

Meet with the clients, builder and lift company management to discuss the progress of work and outline any problems with the structure.

Provide a report on any of the above when required and liaise with the lift company QS/draftsman on resolving the issue.

Organise labour on between one and four sites on a daily basis.

Train labour to install to the high standard expected by my companies’ clients

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