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Johns & Waygood
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Founded

1892

Succeeded by

Johns Perry Lifts (1974), Advanced Building Technologies Group Pty. Ltd. (2006)

Acquired by

Boral Elevators (1986)

Johns & Waygood (later known as Johns Perry Lifts) was an Australian elevator company. It was sold to Boral Limited in 1986.

History

Johns & Waygood was established as a public company in 1892. In 1966 the company merged with another company Perry Engineering, which at that time it was often called "Johns and Waygood Perry" but didn't changed to Johns Perry Ltd. until 1974. The company was taken over by Boral Limited in 1986. After further takeovers the company became known as Advanced Building Technologies Group Pty. Ltd. and was still operating under that name in 2006.

Notable installations

Johns & Waygood

New South Wales (NSW)

  • Kentbridge House, 491 Kent St, Sydney
  • Domain House, 139-141 Macquarie St, Sydney (modernized by Otis)
  • Dorchester House, 149 Macquarie St, Sydney
  • History House, 133 Macquarie St, Sydney
  • 262 Castlereagh St, Sydney
  • 156 Clarence St, Sydney (modernized by Shenyang Brilliant)
  • 235 Clarence St, Sydney
  • Civic Arcade, Parramatta, Sydney
  • UDAYA (formerly Spotlight), Liverpool, Sydney
  • Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool, Sydney
  • Hornsby House, 32 Florence St, Hornsby, Sydney
  • 55 McKell, 55 Walker St, Redfern, Sydney

Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

  • National Library of Australia, Canberra (1968, modernized)
  • ANU Law Library, Canberra

Queensland (QLD)

  • 155-157 Wickham Tce, Brisbane
  • Griffith University - Nathan Campus, Brisbane

Victoria (VIC)

  • Melbourne Airport, Melbourne (modernized by Schindler)
  • The Block Arcade, Melbourne
  • 45 Exhibition St, Melbourne
  • David Jones, Bourke St, Melbourne (modernized by Schindler)

South Australia (SA)

  • Myer Tea Tree Plaza, Modbury, Adelaide

Western Australia (WA)

  • 117 Barrack St, Perth

Johns Perry Lifts

New South Wales (NSW)

  • 55 Market St, Sydney (modernized by Otis)
  • Sydney Convention Centre, Sydney
  • Queen Victoria Building, Sydney (modernized by Otis)
  • City Centre, Sydney
  • BT Tower, Sydney[1]
  • 200 Queen St, Sydney (modernized by ThyssenKrupp)
  • HSBC Centre, 300 Queen St, Sydney (modernized by Kone)
  • Maritime Trade Tower, 201 Kent St, Sydney
    • Symantec Building[1]
    • AON Building (modernized by Schindler)
  • The Prince Centre, 8 Quay St, Sydney
  • 190 George St, Sydney
  • Harbourside Shopping Centre, Sydney
  • T Galleria, Sydney
  • Westfield Liverpool, Sydney (modernized by Kone)
  • Liverpool Library Parking Deck, Liverpool, Sydney
  • Ingham Building, Liverpool, Sydney
  • 224-238 George St, Liverpool, Sydney (modernized by Jalcor/Shenyang Brilliant Elevator)
  • Park Royal Hotel Parramatta, Sydney (modernized by Kone)
  • 10 Phillip St, Parramatta, Sydney
  • Myer, Westfield Hurstville, Sydney (modernized)
  • Fairfield Chase Commercial Tower, Fairfield, Sydney
  • Hornsby TAFE (H and J Block), Hornsby, Sydney
  • RPAH Specialist Medical Centre, Newtown, Sydney
  • 121 Queen St, Campbelltown, Sydney
  • Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre, Bankstown
  • Trade Secret, Penrith (modernized by Schindler)

Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

  • Canberra Centre, Canberra

Queensland (QLD)

  • Toombul Central, Toombul, Brisbane (modernized)
  • Myer, Westfield Carindale, Brisbane (modernized)
  • Wintergarden, Brisbane (modernized by Otis)
  • Queen Street Mall, 60 Queen St, Brisbane
  • 488 Queen St, Brisbane (modernized by Otis)
  • 113 and 135 Wickham St, Brisbane

Victoria (VIC)

  • Marriott Hotel Melbourne (modernized by Otis)
  • 175 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
  • 443 Little Collins St, Melbourne
  • Collins234 Shopping Centre, Melbourne
  • 54 Wells St, Frankston, Melbourne

South Australia (SA)

  • 86 and 89 King William St, Adelaide
  • Extrastaff House, Adelaide
  • 99 Frome St (Citicom 8), Adelaide
  • Grant Thornton House, Adelaide
  • The Grenfell Building, Adelaide
  • AON Centre, Adelaide
  • Allianz House, Adelaide
  • 51 Pirie St, Adelaide

Western Australia (WA)

  • Mercure Hotel Perth (modernized by ThyssenKrupp)
  • 81 St. Georges Terrace, Perth[1]
  • Myers Perth City, Perth

New Zealand

  • Rendezvous Grand Hotel, Auckland

Gallery

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Mipro-Log elevators.

See also

External links


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Merging brand or joint venture elevator companies: LG-OTISKone Marryat ScottMontgomery KONESchindler HaughtonThyssen DoverThyssenKrupp Dongyang


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Temporary elevator companies: Alimak HekRECOUSA Hoist


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