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This is a list of some notable Sabiem elevator installations.

Italy

Campania

  • Centro Direzionale, Naples
  • Via Constantinopoli 104, Naples
  • Piazzale Tecchio 49, Naples
  • Via Marc'Antonio 41, Naples
  • Via Santa Lucia 173, Naples
  • Viale Kennedy 17, Naples
  • Via Degli Scipioni 9, Naples
  • Via Giovanni Chiarini 14, Naples
  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele 715, Naples
  • Domenico Cimarosa 89, Naples
  • Fiart Building, Via Giordani 42, Naples
  • Hotel Miravalle, Via Astroni 380, Naples
  • Hotel San Giuseppe, Pozzuoli
  • Grand Hotel Cesare Augusto, Sorento
  • Ferrovie Padane Rimini Railway Station, Rimini
  • CRN Hospital, Pisa
  • Via Papa Luciani 75, Agrigento
  • Hotel Royal Caserta, Caserta
  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele 35, Salerno
  • Via Parroco Federico 83, Pompeii

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Island

  • Ming Wa Dai Ha Block A, Shau ei Wan (1978)[1]
  • Yee Hing Building, No.357-359 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai (1967)
  • Block A-D, Kam Ping Mansion, North Point (1963) [1]
  • Yip Ling Building, Sai Wan Ho (1965)
  • Ko Mong Building, Sai Wan Ho (1970) [2]
  • Block A-D, Tung Fat Building, North Point (1964)
  • Tung Kin Factory Building, North Point (1964)
  • Tung Cheong Factory Building, North Point (1965)
  • Queen Mary Hospital, Po Fuk Lam

Kowloon

  • Wai Wah Commercial Building, Yau Mau Tei (1973)[3]
  • 112-114 Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok (1963, modernized by Shan On Engineering)
  • Tung Po Building (Block 1 and 2), 111-113 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok (1964)
  • Chungking Mansion, Tsim Sha Tsui (1961)[1]
  • Kiu Kong Mansion, Yau Ma Tei (1961, modernized by Shan On Engineering)
  • Lai Chi Kok Mansion, Mong Kong (1965) [1]
  • Siu Yip Building, Mong Kok (1974)
  • Yuk Shing Building, 157 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po (1964)
  • Diamond House, 12B Cheung Fat Street, Sham Shui Po (1965)
  • Kwong Tai Factory Building, 750 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok (1962)

New Territories

  • Tsuen Wan Town Hall, Tsuen Wan (1980)[4]
  • Hing Yip Building, Yuen Long (1977)[5]
  • Ho King Building, On Ning Road, Yuen Long (1977)
  • Golden Hall Building, Yuen Long (1978)[5]
  • On Shing Building, Kwai Chung (1973)[5]
  • Luen Fat Industrial (Third) Building, Kwai Chung (1976) [6]
  • Golden Building, 1-3 Heung Wo Street, Tsuen Wan (1970)
  • Tai Po Government Offices, Tai Po (1979)

Project from Hong Kong Housing Authority

Please refer to Lift Modernisation Programme.

Hong Kong Island

  • Ka Lung Court, Tin Wan (1991)
  • Wan Tsui Shopping Centre (1980)[7]

Kowloon

  • Upper Ngau Tau Kok Estate (2003) [8]
    • Sheung Moon House
    • Sheung Yat House
    • Sheung Yuet House
  • Sau Ming House, Sau Mau Ping Estate, Kwun Tong (1984)
  • Fu Keung Court, Lok Fu (1991)
    • Fu Yue House
    • Fu Ling House
    • Fu Hong House
  • Wang Tau Hom Estate, Lok Fu (1987-1988)
    • Wang Kwong House
    • Wang Hin House
    • Wang Chak House
    • Wang Fu House
    • Wang Hing House
    • Wang On House
  • Chui Yeun House, Chuk Yuen South Estate, Wong Tai Sin (1986)
  • Tao Yuen House, Chuk Yuen North Estate, Wong Tai Sin (1989)
  • Po Pui Court, Kwun Tong (1995)

New Territories

  • Kwai Shing West Estate, Kwai Chung (1999 to 2001)
    • Lift Tower [9]
    • Block 1, 3, 5[10]
    • Block 6, 8, 9, 10 [9]
  • Tak Yue House, Hau Tak Estate, Tseng Kwan O (1994)
  • Yue Cheong House, Yue Ming Court, Tseng Kwan O (1994)
  • Choi Yiu House, Choi Ming Court, Tseng Kwan O (2001)
  • Mei Chung Court, Tai Wai (1996)
    • Lai Chung House
    • Hing Chung House
    • Fu Chung House
  • Hang On Estate, Ma On Shan (1986)
    • Hang Yat House
    • Hang Yuet House
    • Hang Sing House
    • Hang On Shopping Centre
  • Kam Ying Court, Ma On Shan (1991)
    • Kam Leung House
    • Kam Kai House
    • Kam Keung House
  • Kwai Hing Estate, Kwai Chung (1991)
    • Hing Fook House
    • Hing Lok House
  • Cheung On Estate, Tsing Yi (1988)
    • On Hoi House
    • On Yueng House
    • On Kong House
    • On Tao House
  • Butterfly Estate, Tuen Mun (1983)
    • Tip Ying House
    • Tip Mo House

Switzerland

  • Via Lavizzari 5, Lugano
  • Via Camoghè 2, Lugano-Molino Nuovo
  • Via Breganzona 15, Lugano-Besso
  • Via Cassarinetta 27, Lugano-Loreto
  • Via Maggio 12, Lugano-Cassarate
  • Via Monte Boglia 3, Lugano-Molino Nuovo
  • Contrada San Marco 40, Agno
  • Piazza Dante 7, Lugano
  • Mendrisio Town Hall, Mendrisio
  • Via San Bernardo 20, Canobbio

Other countries

  • Hotel Florida, Havana, Cuba
  • House of former dictator Enver Hoxha, Tirana, Albania (early 1980's)
  • Ramada Liberty Resort, Monastir, Tunisia
  • Daehyup Building, Seoul, South Korea (1969, modernized by Hwasyin Elevator in 2013)
  • Independence Palace, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (1966, dumbwaiter, now defunct[11])
  • Thavorn Hotel Phuket Town, Phuket, Thailand (1960, modernized)
  • Blue Boy Mansion, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1962, derelict)
  • Hotel Central, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia (1963, derelict)
  • Dwell Student Living Hostel, 1A Short Street, Singapore (1980s)

Former installations

Below here are some former Sabiem elevators that are no longer exist.

Hong Kong

  • Tung Hing Building, Wan Chai (1964-2015)[12]
  • Lai Wan Building, Sai Wan Ho (1965-2009)[13]
  • Pak Tat Mansion, Jordan (1962-2016[14])[15]
  • Pauline Building, Tai Po (1972-2017)[16]

Other countries

  • Independence Palace, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (1966-2000s, passenger elevator[17])
  • Thammasat University (Faculty of Liberal Arts), Bangkok, Thailand[18]
  • Sungai Pari Towers, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia (1962, elevators have been dismantled from the building)

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Modernized to the Kone-based elevators in 2011.
  2. Using manual swing doors, but maintained by Holake Hong Kong Lifts Ltd. Video.
  3. Replaced by Jecko Elevators Co. Ltd. in 2009.
  4. Modernized by Shan On Engineering Co. Ltd. in 2004.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Slightly modernized by Shan On Engineering.
  6. Passenger Elevator modernized by Shan On Engineering in 2015.
  7. Service elevator[1] are been modernized to Kone-based elevator in 2013.
  8. Section 1 only and installed in 2003, Kone-based elevators.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Replaced from Mitsubishi elevators which are Kone-based elevators.
  10. replaced from Schindler elevators which are Kone-based elevators.
  11. EXTREMELY RARE 1966 Sabiem Dumbwaiter at the Reunification Palace in HCMC, Vietnam
  12. Replaced by Thyssen Krupp in 2015.
  13. Replaced by Nikkin elevators in 2009, now maintained by Techfaith Engineering Limited.
  14. HKELEV.com Facebook post
  15. Hong Kong's narrowest elevator doors (Records of the lifts in Hong Kong (hkelev.com)). Replaced by Ringhing Engineering Lift Department in 2016.
  16. Replaced by Otis in 2017.
  17. Replaced into ThyssenKrupp elevator, except for one dumbwaiter which is now defunct.
  18. Replaced into a Mitsubishi elevator. Doors can still be found between the 4th and 5th floor. It is also known as the "haunted red elevator" according to local urban legends.
Notable elevator installations

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


By elevator models/types: Express Lift DMR ControlHitachi Computer ControlKone AltaKone MiniSpaceKone MonoSpaceKone TranSysMitsubishi ELEMOTIONMitsubishi 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 Destination/PolarisMitsubishi DOASOtis CompassSchindler PORTSchindlerIDSchindler Miconic 10