Vertical Transportation Services

Vertical Transportation Services

Vertical Transportation Services

Our vertical transportation specialists have provided exemplary solutions for projects of all sizes and across all sectors.

Our expertise in vertical transportation includes:
• Lift and escalator maintenance Audits and OH&S inspections and reports
• Vertical transport design, documentation specification and Lift Maintenance Agreement
• Traffic analysis
• Performance and safety testing
• Refurbishment and modernisation
• Construction supervision and commissioning
• Maintenance condition reports
• Maintenance contract documentation and monitoring
• Hazard and risk assessments
• Risk management plans
• Lift and Escalator ride quality analysis.

Mark Terndrup

Mark Terndrup

Mark Terndrup
Managing Director
Building Services – South
Tel: +44 207 928 7888


Net Zero
& Sustainability

We ensure sustainability and net zero principals are embedded in every project at every opportunity.

& Appraisal

The ability to accurately assess the true value of any acquisition or asset is pivotal in the decision making process of any scheme.

Planning &

Exemplary designs need the best site teams to bring them to life, and we take great pride in helping you realise your vision.

Construction & Development

We cover all sectors and span all engineering and environmental disciplines, bringing the right expertise at each stage.

Operation &
Asset Management

Our in–house expertise provides you with a total solution to help you manage and operate your assets.


We recognise the need to optimise the value of your assets whether they are newly constructed properties or existing building stock.

Project Lifecycle Support

Communication was effective amongst the team which resulted in quality deliverables and the team was nimble to changes. We would use Waterman again

Ian Suter, Design Manager Plain Line South Rail Systems Alliance , Colas Rail.

Key Services

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Featured Project

Less is More: ‘Keeping it simple’ is key to reducing a building’s whole-life carbon. Mechanical and electrical strategies can dramatically influence a facility’s whole-life carbon.

Whilst operational carbon from energy use is reducing as buildings become all electric, more energy efficient and the renewable energy percentage offered by the grid increases, this is far from the full picture.

The lifespan of MEP services and the type of system selected for an office building has a significant impact on whole-life embodied carbon. LETI highlights that MEP services account for 15% of embodied carbon in a new office but only have an economic lifespan of 15 to 25 years, so the real impact on total carbon footprint is much greater. LETI predicts that ongoing maintenance and replacement accounts for 45% of whole-life embodied carbon and a sizeable proportion of this is related to MEP. As efficiency increases and operational energy reduces, the embodied carbon from construction, maintenance and replacement will account for two-thirds of a building’s lifecycle carbon.

Less is more