FEDERAL ELEVATOR, INC. is pleased to announce the addition of two new major construction projects for the near future in the Philadelphia area. Construction of four elevators, in three locations, will take place in the upcoming months.
Three hydraulic passenger elevators will be installed for PATCO at two stations on their service line. A pair of elevators will be installed at the 9th/10th Street and Locust Station in Philadelphia. This project will provide a new means of handicapped access to the station, easing travel conditions for their passengers. FEDERAL ELEVATOR, INC. will also be installing a third device for PATCO at the Ferry Avenue, Camden, New Jersey station. The PATCO projects will be performed with AP Construction (Blackwood, New Jersey) using a variety of elevator equipment manufacturers.
A fourth device will be installed as part of the renovation of Philadelphia’s underground Franklin Court Museum. FEDERAL ELEVATOR, INC. will be teaming with Daniel J. Keating Company (Narbeth, PA) for the project. The installation will take place during major renovation of the museum which will include new exhibits and opening of the new Benjamin Franklin Museum. FEDERAL ELEVATOR, INC. will be constructing a hydraulic passenger elevator manufactured by American Crescent Elevator Manufacturing Corp. (Picayune, Mississippi) for this project.
We will track the progress of all of these installation through our blog. Be sure to come back and check on the progress.