Recent Project: Princeton University Dickinson Hall

Dickinson Hall is an academic building on the Princeton University campus. Handi-Lift installed two Artira model turning inclined platform lifts to provide accessibility to students and faculty throughout the building. The university’s facilities department contacted Handi-Lift about this project, and our sales team worked with NK Architects to design the two units.

The first Artira provide access from the basement level to the third floor, with a stop at a landing for each floor. The support towers are mounted in the core of the staircase. There is also one landing with a low overhead clearance, for which Handi-Lift assisted in the receipt of a variance from the building department.


The second Artira provides access from the third floor to the fourth floor. There were space constraints in this area of the building, so a compact drive system was used.

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Priscilla Fujimura

In addition to being the Editor-In-Chief of Handi-lift.com and the Knowledge Base, Priscilla is the Sales Administrator at Handi-Lift Headquarters in New Jersey. She has been at HQ since 2016, coordinating the sales team, running marketing efforts, organizing the office , and planning corporate events.

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