Hävemeyer & Sander Aufzugwerk und Maschinenfabrik (sometimes typed as Hävemeier & Sander and often known as H+S Aufzug) was a German elevator manufacturer from Hannover, Germany.
The company was founded in 1873 as "Maschinenfabrik Knölke, Hävemeyer & Sander" by entrepreneur Friedrich Hävemeyer along with two mechanics Louis Knölke and August Sander. At that time the company made steam engines, brick making machines, transmissions and also elevators. In 1923, Louis Knölke and August Sander died and Friedrich's son, Alfred Hävemeyer, took over the company. After many years of making elevators, the company was acquired by Kone in 1973, at time it celebrated its 100th anniversary. It became KONE Hävermeier & Sander until 1992 when the Hävemeyer & Sander name was dropped.
- Elbe Klinikum Hospital, Stade (some have been modernized by Kone)
- UKSH Campus, Kiel (1965, modernized by Niederquell)
- Kaufmannschule 1, Hagen
- Sophienblatt 48, Kiel (1958, modernized)
- Auguste Victoria Haus 14, Kiel (1961)
- Göttingen University - Institute of Archaeology, Göttingen (1959)
- Radisson BLU Hotel Saga, Reykjavík
- Ministry of Fisheries, Reykjavik (1959, modernized by Kone in 2014)
- Austurstræti 5, Reykjavík
- Austurstræti 17, Reykjavík (1959, modernized by Kone in 2018)
- Suðurlandsbraut 4, Reykjavík (1963, refurbished in the 1980s)
- Ármúli 1a, Reykjavík
- Laugavegur 1 and 3, Reykjavik (1976)
- Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik (1960, refurbished in the 1990s)
- Geirsgata 9, Reykjavík (1976)
- Skipholt 41, Reykjavík (1974, modernized by Kleemann/Islandslyftur)
- Klapparstigur 25-27, Reykjavík (1960, modernized by Schindler in 2005)
- 5 640 Garðarsbraut, Húsavík
- Oostplein, Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Goudsesingel, Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Avenue de Rodrigues de Freitas 6, Porto, Portugal (modernized by thyssenkrupp)
- In Iceland, Hävemeier & Sander elevators were distributed by Braedurnir Ormsson H/F.
- Their elevators were also imported to Portugal, which were distributed by M. Monteiro de Aguiar.
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