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New Silksworth, Sunderland

Residential ramp installation for a clients home in Sunderland. This ramp featured platform extensions, a gate unit and additional ground works.

Barton, North Yorkshire

A modular wheelchair ramp installation at a residential property in North Yorkshire, with a 1:12 gradient for ease of use.

St Albans RC Primary School, Newcastle upon Tyne

Our client, a primary school seeking to enhance safety and accessibility for students, required Easiaccess to construct a public access ramp from the playground to the main building.

Cramlington Town FC, Northumberland

Cramlington Town FC, a local amateur and junior football club, needed a new ramp for their recently refurbished clubhouse. Easiaccess was tasked with providing a solution within a strict budget and tight deadline.

York, North Yorkshire

This case study outlines our tailored solution for a customers’ unique accessibility needs within a shared residential estate. Through careful design and implementation, we installed a 4.8m ramp with turn platforms, maintaining garden aesthetics and complying with regulations. The addition of gate and step units further improved access while minimising disruption to other residents.

Leeds, West Yorkshire

This case study focuses on improving accessibility for a customer in the Leeds area, who has specific mobility challenges. The customer owns a small scooter and a wheelchair, but his property’s steep driveway has been posing difficulties. The objective of this project is to provide a feasible solution to enhance accessibility and improve his daily living.

NETA Training Group, Stockton-on-Tees

A North East based modular building provider, had been asked to install a new modular classroom / training facility at NETA Training Group. The client required ramped and stepped access to the new modular unit, which was designed to house, workspaces and areas to train apprentices.  

Carlton Village, Stockton-on-Tees

The customer wanted to build a new extension to the side and rear of their property. Planning permission required a ramp that provided access to the rear door of the extension without blocking the side gate for the right-hand neighbour and without extending past the boundary wall of the covered driveway, ensuring clear access for the neighbour on the left.

Norman Pannell Primary School, Liverpool

A large nationwide construction company were tasked with some renovation work for the school, while also needing to provide new ramped access into the playground area. Easiaccess were tasked with surveying and creating a ramp that fitted the clients requirements.

Murton, County Durham

Due to unexpected and significant health issues, the client required greater assistance to safely access their property, with the existing thresholds and stepped access proving difficult to negotiate. As a result of this, Easirail handrails and Excellent Systems proved the best solution to create safe, easy to use access.

Slatyford, Newcastle upon Tyne

The customer found the varied levels difficult to navigate and leave the property. Easiaccess raised the internal recess/porch area, had new automated doors installed and provided modular ramp to the front of the property creating easy access for both the client and visitors. 

Holyhead High School, Holyhead, Anglesey

A ramp was required in Holyhead High School to create access to the internal dining hall area for exams and assessments for their students.

Leeds, West Yorkshire

The client needed safe access into the rear of the property, that was also suitable for their young children. An child-friendly Easitread platform and step unit with highlighted steps provided the perfect solution.

Barwick-in-Elmet, Leeds

Providing a wheelchair ramp for a customer to improve access to the property as double stone steps were proving difficult to negotiate.

Evonik, Clayton Lane, Manchester

Provide access to a new modular unit at Evonik’s office and depot in Manchester, Evonik are one of the world’s largest chemical companies. The client required ramped and stepped access to the new modular unit, which was designed to house offices and welfare facilities for their employees.

Tweedmouth, Berwick

The customer had to negotiate stepped access to their property and a gradient of the existing footpath that proved difficult to manage. We were asked to survey the property to see whether access could be improved.

Gipton, Leeds

Easirail was used to provide a handrail on both sides of the steps, with the walkway levelled and widened with a new retaining wall. Black was chosen to match in with the exiting garden gate which was retained.

Fowler’s Yard, Durham

A building in Fowler’s Yard, Durham required a step unit that was situated within a conservation area. The site was not listed, but is within the Durham City conservation area and in the setting of the World Heritage Site. The existing staircase had to be removed and replaced with one our modular step unit. Although, all elements needed to be black.


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