An In-Depth Look at Machine Room-Less Elevators

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Schindler Elevator Corporation
Presented by Megan Brzezinski and Danielle Duval

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn the history and technological advancements of MRL elevators.
  2. Identify the performance benefits of MRL elevators compared to hydraulic and traction technologies.
  3. Recognize different types of MRL elevators and their related applications.
  4. Learn why MRL elevators are more efficient than other configurations.


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Take a deep dive into the history, efficiencies and enhanced performance and safety of machine room-less (MRL) elevator technology.


Photo courtesy of Schindler Elevator Corporation


Megan Brzezinski, is a communications professional with a front line background in the elevator industry. Megan brings unique perspectives gained from operational experience to enhance and support the designs of the future of vertical transportation. Representing Schindler Elevator Corporation, Megan will equip you with the tools to provide effective elevator solutions to your clients through education on current products and codes, and access to user-friendly digital interfaces to help you understand and explain your designs for your customers.


Danielle Duval, is an elevator expert with a well-rounded industry background in the fields of Modernization, Existing Installations and New Installations. Representing Schindler Elevator, Dani is currently working in the Tampa, FL area as a New Installation Sales Representative. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University and Master’s in Business Administration from the University of South Florida. Prior to joining Schindler Dani worked a Project Engineer for a General Contractor on the International Terminal Expansion at Hartsfield International Airport in Atlanta, GA. Dani’s 15 year tenure with Schindler Elevator, her educational background, and her prior GC experience, have afforded her the unique proficiency to offer a consultative approach to her customers, ensuring their needs and best interests are at the heart of every project.


Schindler Elevator Corporation Schindler Elevator Corporation is the North American operation of the Switzerland-based Schindler Group, a leading global mobility provider of elevators, escalators and related services. Schindler supports sustainable urban development with safe, reliable and sustainable mobility solutions, moving more than 1.5 billion people every day all over the world. Behind the company’s success are over 69,000 employees operating in more than 100 countries.


Originally published in November 2022