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This is a list of notable elevator installations by Elevators Pty. Ltd. Most of these installations are found in Australia, but a few ones are also found in other countries.

Australia

Queensland (QLD)

Brisbane

  • Canossa Private Hospital[1]
  • REMM Myer Centre (modded by Schindler in 2013)
  • Hotel Ibis Brisbane, Turbot St[2]
  • Waterfront Place
  • Canossa Magdalen House (one replaced by Queensland Elevators; others modded by Kone)
  • 87 Wickham Street (modded by Eletech)
  • Riverside Centre
  • Sofitel Brisbane Central
  • Brisbane Arcade
  • Central Plaza 1 (modded by KONE in 2014)
  • Central Plaza 2 (modded by KONE in 2014)
  • 100 Edward St
  • 111 George St (modernised by Otis in 2009)
  • Griffith University - Nathan Campus
  • University of Queensland - Dental School, Turbot St
  • Myer, Westfield Chermside

Gold Coast

  • The Oasis on Broadbeach (modernised by Kone in late 2016)
  • Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach
  • Australia Fair Shopping Centre, Gold Coast (some modded)

New South Wales (NSW)

Sydney

  • Sydney Tower (double deck elevators, modernized by Otis)
  • Milk Board (first Destination control system Portel System circa 1977)
  • Sydney Waterboard, Bathurst St
  • 115-123 Bathurst St
  • Rydges North Sydney, Sydney
  • Anchor House, George St
  • British Tobacco, Circular Quay
  • Australia Square Tower & Plaza
  • Darling Park (near former monorail station)
  • Darling Park Towers
    • Tower 1 (modded by Kone; turnstiled off)
    • Tower 2 (original; with indicators replaced)
  • 33 Moore St, Liverpool (modernised by KONE as of January 2017)
  • Bankstown Central (formerly Bankstown Centro), Sydney
  • Pullman Quay Grand Hotel, Circular Quay
  • Amatil Building, 71 Macquarie St, Circular Quay
  • Hudson House, 131 Macquarie St
  • Hotel Ibis Darling Harbour
  • MLC Centre (modernized into Schindler PORT)
  • Market City Haymarket[2]
  • Shangri-La Hotel Sydney[2]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Sydney[2]
  • Four Points by Sheraton Sydney
  • 16-18 Wentworth St
  • GroupM Building, 65 Berry St
  • Marriott Sydney Harbour Hotel (maintained by ThyssenKrupp)
  • Cockle Bay Wharf
  • Travelodge Wyndham
  • Carrington Hotel Apartments, 57 York St)
  • Regis Tower
  • Northpoint Tower, 100 Miller St, North Sydney
  • Myer Chatswood
  • Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga (Modernised by Kone in 2017)
  • Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool
  • Macquarie Tower, 10 Valentine St, Parramatta
  • Gough Whitlam Plaza, 20 Wenthworth St

Penrith

  • Westfield Penrith
  • Martin House

Newcastle

  • Grain Terminal
  • Workers Club Newcastle
  • Coal Loader
  • Prilling Tower, Eastern Nitrogen

Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

  • 39 London Circuit, Canberra

Victoria (VIC)

  • Melbourne Central Shopping Centre, Melbourne (1991)[3]
  • College House (552 Lonsdale St), Melbourne
  • RMIT Building 12 and 51, Melbourne
  • Mantra On The Park, Melbourne

Western Australia (WA)

  • QV.1, Perth
  • Perth City Centre, Perth
  • St. Martins Tower, Perth
  • Westralia Square Car Park, Perth
  • University of Western Australia - Social Sciences Building, Perth

South Australia (SA)

Adelaide

  • REMM Myer Centre (modded by Schindler 2014-2015)
  • Hilton International Hotel
  • Adelaide Brighton Cement Building @ Citicom
  • RBS Morgans Building @ Citicom
  • Panurgem House @ Citicom
  • Savilles Building @ Citicom
  • AHA House @ Citicom
  • 50 Hindmarsh Square @ Citicom
  • Hindmarsh Square Parking Deck @ Citicom
  • Pirie Flinders Parking Deck
  • Australian Executor Trustees Building
  • 100 Pirie St
  • 45 Glenfell St
  • Zurich Insurance House East Wing
  • CentrePoint Building
  • CentrePoint Rundle Mall
  • Southgate Building
  • (Former) Eagle Star Insurance Building
  • Sefton Plaza, Sefton Park

New Zealand

  • Kirkaldie & Stains (now David Jones from 2016), Lambton Quay, Wellington (modernised by Schindler)
  • Bunnings Warehouse, Tory St, Wellington (SEMAG, buttons replaced by Kone in 2014)

Other countries

  • The Peninsula Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand (1998)[4]

Notes and references

  1. Bakhita House: EPL Kone replaced by Queensland Elevators. Magdalen House: EPL Kone modernised by Kone (one replaced): Elevator 3, Elevators 1 and 2. Verona House and Convent: EPL Kone: Elevators 8, 5, and 6 (includes new wing with Schindler 3300)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Modernized by Kone.
  3. Modernized by Otis in 2005.
  4. The Peninsula Bangkok: EPL Kone Traction Elevators
Notable elevator installations

By elevator brands/manufacturers: Dong YangElevators Pty. Ltd.Express LiftFiamFalconiFujitecGoldStarGuangriHitachiHyundaiIFEKoneLGMarryat & ScottMitsubishiNipponOronaOtisSabiemSchindlerSchlierenShanghai MitsubishiSigmaThyssenthyssenkruppToshiba


By elevator models/types: Express Lift DMR ControlHitachi Computer ControlKone AltaKone MiniSpaceKone MonoSpaceKone TranSysMitsubishi NexWayOtis Spec 50Otis Spec 60Otis Gen2Otis Elevonic 401Otis 2000Otis 3200Otis Elevonic 411Schindler 3300Schindler 3300 APSchindler 5400 APSchindler 5500Schindler 7000Schindler EuroLiftSigma DiThyssenKrupp EVOLUTIONthyssenkrupp Synergy


By elevator systems: Kone PolarisMitsubishi DOASOtis CompassSchindler PORTSchindlerIDSchindler Miconic 10

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