PROJECTS

UCEL inc. has been trusted to complete 11 of Toronto’s 20 tallest buildings. Stros machines have been trusted in New York City on major project, with over 20 construction hoist units on the Hudson Yards Phase 1 buildings, and 220 Central Park South alone. There are over 400 Stros units operating in the New York City are and nearly 100 in Toronto.

UCEL PROJECTS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 55+ years of family-operated quality, reliability and safety. Here are some of our accomplishments.

New York City

With over 500 in New York City alone, Stros products are trusted by New York’s largest property developers and equipment rental companies. Pictured here is our client UBS’s project on 220 Central Park South, using all Stros hoists. Stros hoists were trusted to complete the majority of the buildings at Hudson Yards as well.

Toronto

UCEL is trusted by Toronto’s elite development companies to provide high-quality, reliable products to some of the tallest buildings in the city such as the Bay Adelaide Centre, Ice Condos, 10 York, Harbour Plaza, 1 Bloor East, Shangri-la, 88 Scott, The L Tower and the Four Season Hotel.

Canada & The US

UCEL and Stros have supplied over 100 machines to ICI and military applications across Canada and the US in mining, drilling, aggregates and other industries. Pictured here is a custom-designed mobile-base elevator named the MOTO-VATOR on the submarine dry dock in Halifax, Canada we designed for the Canadian Navy. Stros products are used throughout the US in hi-rise markets, all supported by UCEL.

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INDUSTRIES SERVED

ICI
Agriculture
Bridges and Tunnels
Cement
Construction

Power generating plants
Mining
Warehouses
Metals and Steel
Pulp and Paper

Oil & Gas refineries, rigs and storage
Port cranes and shipyards
Chemicals
Aggregates
Nuclear generation