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Stanley Executive Manuals Offer Free Elevator Design Information

Ryan Hussey
Written By: Ryan Hussey
Stanley Executive Manuals Offer Free Elevator Design Information

Stanley Elevator is pleased to offer elevator design help for architects and general contractors through our newly updated Executive Manuals. These complimentary binders are packed with brochures, product literature, helpful illustrations, and project checklists to make your next elevator project smooth and successful. For architects and contractors who work in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, and Rhode Island, these manuals can help you save time and effort during your design and construction phases.

The Executive Manual compiles all of the information below (and more) into one easy-to-use binder. Stanley Elevator also provides the entire binder on a 2GB flash drive if you prefer to work with electronic documents or would like to share multiple copies of the manual around your office. Below is an outline of just some of the information contained in the Executive Manual:

For Architects:

  • Product dimensions, including hoistway, pit, and overhead
  • Green elevator products
  • Standard color charts and finish selections
  • Cab brochures detailing elevator interior designs
  • Glossaries of elevator terms and diagrams of elevator equipment

For General Contractors:

  • Checklists to help prepare your next job site
  • List of work to be completed by other subcontractors including electrical, misc metals, drywall, etc.
  • Specific site requirements for hydraulic, traction, and machine room-less equipment
  • Rail bracket insert details for elevator guide rail supports

Please click the link below to request a free Executive Manual from Stanley Elevator. We look forward to helping you with your next elevator project!

Ryan Hussey

As VP of Operations for Stanley Elevator, Ryan oversees the field, construction and modernization teams. His resume includes over 10 years of first-hand experience in elevator field service, project management, surveying, estimating and warehouse operations.

Ryan’s role focuses on incorporating new technologies into Stanley Elevator’s operations, while prioritizing the continuous advancement of their elevator maintenance, repairs, modernization and installation services. He also maintains Stanley Elevator’s certifications and relationships with associations, including the Massachusetts Elevator Safety Association (MESA), the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Elevator Contractors of America (ECA).

Ryan holds a bachelor’s degree in management from Providence College and is working on an MBA at Babson College.