Dolphin forms new company in response to upsurge in business


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Mobility equipment provider Dolphin Mobility has established a new company, Dolphin Access Lifts in response to an upsurge in business as building occupiers and owners begin complying with terms of The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), which comes into effect in October 2004. Based in Chobham, Surrey, the new company will undertake projects throughout London and South East England to ensure that people with disabilities are able to gain access to public and private buildings. A branch of Dolphin Stairlifts, one of the UK¹s leading access equipment specialists with 26 area offices throughout the UK and Ireland, Dolphin Access Lifts will be under the management of Craig Dunnage, Nick Dade and Steve Petty, who have a wealth of experience in the overall project management of access equipment applications gained through connection with Stannah, Wessex Medical and Thyssen. They will guide building owners and occupiers of offices, restaurants, factories, public buildings, shops, hotels and educational establishm





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