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Department for Work & Pensions Estate Lift Refurbishment

Department for Work & Pensions Estate Lift Refurbishment
28 March 2022
 

The fourth year of a major programme to carry out refurbishments on behalf of the Department for Work & Pensions has begun.

National property services provider Wates Smartspace has worked on a combination of lift refurbishments and new installations at 27 locations in the Department for Work & Pensions’ (DWP) UK-wide estate.

 

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Wates is delivering the work alongside a number of lift contractors, including Scotec Lifts, Kone, Pickerings, Classic Lifts, UK Lift and lift consultants TUV - SUD Boardman. 

The appointment closely follows Wates Smartspace’s completion of year three of the lift programme, which included a £4.6 million lift refurbishment across 30 operational DWP sites last year.

The work is set for an April 2022 completion.

Picture: a photograph of a set of lift doors. Image Credit: Wates Smartspace

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 28 March 2022

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