ACE Lifts was awarded the prestigious prize for Building Services Specialist of the Year at last night’s Construction News Specialists Awards, held at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London.
ACE Lifts is a small firm on a steep growth trajectory with annual average growth of 20 per cent. ACE Lifts’ services involve lift installation, maintenance and refurbishment as well as design and manufacture of control systems. Its game-changing innovation can be seen in its research and development work. ACE Lifts latest product release is the i-COM, a patent pending remote monitoring system, which enables the monitoring of lifts from PCs, laptops and smartphones. This product enables cost saving through planned component replacement rather then reactive repairs and ensures maximum lift ‘up’ time. With an eye to the future, ACE Lifts has also been working with Northampton University to develop a green lift; energy efficient and environmentally friendly.
“This is a small business showing serious potential and thinking big on sustainability and innovation. It’s new product radically improves lift monitoring and maintenance.” – Judges’ comment
Over 650 of the UK’s leading specialist contractors and industry elite came together for a night of celebration and unrivalled networking at the only awards that recognise and celebrate the very best specialist contractors across the UK.
The awards judging panel of over 50 major contractors, clients and industry leaders said the quality of entries exceeded their expectations. The rigorous two-stage judging process, in which finalists must present to the judges ‘Dragons’ Den’ style, ensures the Construction News Specialists Awards really are the best way to prove that your business is one of the leading lights in the industry.
The fierce competition continues to make the Construction News Specialists Awards the ones to win.
Rebecca Evans, Editor, Construction News magazine told the audience
“There’s no better time to be recognised as one of construction’s leading lights, pushing at the boundaries of innovation, investing in staff training and in developing the next generation through apprenticeships. By ensuring you put sustainability at the heart of what you do, demonstrating that within your particular specialism, you are the very best at what you do and taking pride in your work, you leave happy clients keen to work with you again. As the industry begins to recover, this is the time for you to set the tone for the next decade.”
For more information on the Construction News Specialists Awards go to www.specialistsawards.com.