The construction industry has undergone an unprecedented evolution in recent decades and, in this process, efficiency has become one of the main goals to be achieved.
One of the biggest advantages of modernity has to do with comfort. It is therefore understandable why the accessibility of residential lifts is becoming an indispensable element required by more and more buildings. So much so that the possibility of including a residential lift is even considered in the construction of a single-family house. The option of carrying out the necessary works or reforms to incorporate this type of elevator is also assessed in existing homes.
Elevators are a fundamental element in our daily lives, facilitating our vertical movements in buildings. However, for some people with special needs, such as wheelchair users or those with any type of reduced mobility, accessing the upper floors can be challenging.
On May 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, the 2nd Congress of Small and Medium-sized Elevator Companies took place in Seville, organized by FEPYMA and with the participation of Hidral. During the event, we had the opportunity to present the project of our sister company, Acros by Hidral.