Maintenance Control Program (MCP)

The companies listed below have demonstrated the ability to create a code compliant Maintenance Control Program. The department does not guarantee the companies below are using or have updated their MCP according to code requirements.

  • KONE Elevators.
  • Mobility Concepts, Inc.
  • Mobility Concepts of Idaho.
  • ThyssenKrupp Elevator.
  • Schindler Elevator.
  • Inland Elevator.
  • Otis Elevator.
  • Shaw Elevator.
  • Vertical Options, LLC.
  • Mitsubishi Elevators.
  • George Elevator.
  • All in One Mobility.
  • Elevator Maintenance Company.
  • Eltec Systems, LLC.
  • Northwest Elevations, Inc.
  • Paul Parish Limited.
  • Olympic Home Modification.
  • Centric Elevator Corp.
  • Moore Elevator.
  • Primarius Elevator.
  • Fujitec.
  • University of Washington.
  • Med Surg Systems, Inc.
  • Olympic Elevator.
  • Northwest Tower Crane Service, Inc.
  • Willamette Elevator Co.
  • LDS Elevator Service.
  • Holbrook Elevator.
  • Industrial Systems and Fabrications, Inc.
  • Alimak Hek, Inc.
  • Advantage Elevator.
  • Accumar.
  • Everclear-Intercom.
  • Westcoast Elevator.
  • Bagby Elevator.
  • Hillside Elevator.
  • PACE Material Handling, Inc.
  • Pacific Construction.

Note: A Maintenance Control Program (MCP) may have unique characteristics per specific conveyance. The department considers the MCP to be a living document which will require future updates by the elevator companies.

View the MCP Expectation letter sent out in June 2013 (249 KB PDF).

Companies suspended from performing work regulated by A17.1 due to non-compliance with the MCP

If an elevator maintenance company failed to demonstrate the ability to produce a code-compliant MCP on or before October 1, 2013, their elevator contractor license has been suspended or they are allowed only limited ability to provide services in the state of Washington. Please keep this in mind when making your decision to hire an elevator company to provide maintenance and repair for your conveyance.

Following is a list of companies that have been suspended from performing conveyance work regulated by A17.1.

  • Crane Repair.
  • Haskins Company.
  • Sturm Elevator, Inc.

Please check back for a list of companies who are not required to have an authorized MCP due to the type of conveyance they service.

If you have questions regarding this information, please call the L&I Elevator Program at 360-902-6130.

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