Install various types of elevators at various sites from small-scale ones such as condomium to large-scale ones such as commercial facilities, office buildings, stations, hotels, and public facilities.
Daily Work Schedules
Working schedule: 8:00am-5:00pm (meet up/dismiss on site)
Construction period: Mostly about 2 weeks to 4 months (depends on the site)
We will continue to visit one site until the installation is completed.
The fulfillment derived from successfully assembling an elevator, ascending from its base to its zenith, and the gratification in realizing that the elevators and escalators you've installed will endure, imbue this profession with unparalleled rewards.
A noteworthy aspect is the enduring sentiment of accomplishment that accompanies each use of the facility – a silent testament to the fact that, "Ah, this is my elevator."
Elevator installation stands as a highly specialized endeavor demanding technical prowess. To undertake the installation of an elevator independently, even with no prior experience, one must undergo comprehensive training provided by manufacturers or in-house through on-the-job programs. Furthermore, given the diverse array of elevator types, the swifter the speed and loftier the altitude, the greater the installation complexity.
While the profession necessitates continuous skill advancement, especially for tackling intricate elevators, it concurrently offers substantial rewards and a lucrative income, making it a vocation where daily improvement is synonymous with both personal and financial growth.
The following national qualifications are required to install elevators:
- Arc welder: Required for welding steel materials
- Slinging skills training: Required for hanging and moving cargo on a crane
- Skills training for work chiefs such as scaffolding assemblies: Required for assembling and dismantling scaffolding
Since these qualifications are absolutely necessary for elevator installation, the company will shoulder all costs associated with acquiring and renewing them.