This article is from the Modular Elevator Manufacturing Newsletter from March 2015.
From Early Design to Completion in 9 Months!
McCarthy Construction, International Parking Design, and Modular Elevator Manufacturing, teamed up to deliver a spectacular parking structure for the County of Riverside.
A Modular Elevator Manufacturing modular elevator system will save your clients weeks of design and agency review time, cut installation time, and save you tens of thousands of dollars in maintenance fees and parts.
Our elevator is also non-proprietary, and will save your clients more than $100,000 over the life of the elevator on maintenance and parts. Our production times are 10-12 weeks and the system installs in one day.
If you would like to discuss your project, give us a call at 818-792-4554 or complete our RFQ form to request a quote.
This article is from the Modular Elevator Manufacturing Newsletter from December 2014.
Modular Elevator Manufacturing (MEM) saves you considerable time and money because our DSA drawings are pre-approved. We are the ONLY elevator company in California that is pre-approved for the elevator and the hoistway. Read More
This article is from the Modular Elevator Manufacturing Newsletter from October 2014.
TL Shield & Associates, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of our new Modular Elevator Manufacturing website. This site highlights the many benefits of using modular over traditional elevators and showcases the vast array of projects they can be used for.
In the Mullin Automotive Museum, founded by car collector Peter Mullin, owner of the largest collection of Bugattis in the world, the architectural design is an essential component of the museum. And the elevator, placed centrally in the building, is a fundamental feature of that plan. Tom Shield, President of Modular Elevator Manufacturing, explained the intricate process of installing the elevator into the museum, as well as the architectural thought that went into the design.
“Symmetrical waveform grilles surround the elevator mechanism, symbolic of the art deco style, featuring geometric and vertical characteristics.” He described how the elevator rises from the museum’s main floor through the mezzanine up to a beautiful roof deck and garden. The elevator serves as a piece of art itself, doubling as a photo gallery. Shield says that the architect chose to use Modular Elevator Manufacturing “to satisfy both aesthetic and functional needs.”