New Construction

Eagle Elevator is highly experienced in working with architects, builders and business owners to install new state of the art elevators. We recognize that every building and each new elevator installation is unique. New construction elevators require forethought and a professional approach. Therefore we tailor the design and equipment directly to the needs and specifications of the project. In doing so our vast experience in maintenance allows us to make recommendations to ensure that the equipment installed is right for the application and will stand the test of time.

We stand behind all of our work and don’t consider a project complete until the elevator is functioning flawlessly. We are there to support you throughout the life of the elevator with our dedicated, highly trained staff.

Bancroft School -
Andover, MA

Our expertise in new contruction was recently showcased with the installation of a three stop, twin post hydraulic elevator at the Bancroft School.

Bancroft school in Andover, MA

North Chelmsford Fire Dept - North Chelmsford, MA

Eagle recently completed installation of a two stop, MRL (machine roomless), plus chair lift in the new North Chelmsford Fire Headquarters building.

The fire department in North Chelmsford, MA

Bresnahan School -
Newburyport, MA

As one of the leading elevator companies in Massacusetts, we were chosen by the Bresnahan School to install a three stop, twin post hydraulic in this new construction.

UMass Police Department - Amherst, MA

Eagle Elevator was selected by the University of Massachusetts for this project due our reputation for technical expertise and ability to bring projects in on budget.


The United States Military Academy - West Point, NY

Chosen due to strong industry relationships, technical expertise and reputation in the local area, Eagle Elevator recently installed multiple new elevators at West Point.


Salem City Hall -
Salem, MA

Eagle Elevator was chosen for this project due to our technical expertise in unique custom applications. A more thoughtful approach was needed while working in this historic building.