Kone Marryat Scott was a lift/elevator company from the United Kingdom which was formed as the result of the buyout of Marryat & Scott Ltd. by Kone Corporation in 1979. The "Kone Marryat Scott" brand was formed in 1982, and was defunct sometime in the 1980s before changed name to simply Kone.
- TX Maxx, The Square, Bournemouth
- House of Fraser, Hull
- Ramada Hotel Brighton, Brighton
Princess Square Shopping Centre, Bracknell(1982-2013) High Street Car Park, Bracknell(1982-2009, replaced into Kone MiniSpace elevators)
- Jade Plaza, Tai Po (1985)
- Far East Consortium Building, Jordan (1985)
- Yau Mau Tei Multi Storey Car Park, Yau Mau Tei (1984)
- Hope Sea Industrial Centre, Kowloon Bay (1986)
- Ngau Chi Wan Municipal Services Building, Ngau Chi Wan (1983)
Hong Kong Island
- Aberdeen Municipal Services Building, Aberdeen (1982)
- Luckifast Building, Wan Chai (1985)
Projects from Hong Kong Housing Authority
- Please refer to Lift Modernisation Programme.
Hong Kong Island
- Wan Tsui Estate, Chai Wan
- Yan Tsui Court, Chai Wan (1983) 
Block 2 and Block 5, Wong Chuk Hang Estate, Wong Chuk Hang
Block 16-24, Lam Tin Estate, Lam Tin (1973)
- Lok Nga Court, Ngau Tau Kok (1985) 
Block 23, Tung Tau Estate, Kowloon City Lower Wong Tai Sin Estate (Phase 2), Wong Tai Sin (1985) Lung Kut House Lung Hing House Lung Shing House Block 42-44, Shek Kip Mei Estate, Sham Shui Po (1983)
- Lee Cheng Uk Estate, Sham Shui Po (1984)
- Chung Hau House
- Yan Oi House
- Shun Yee House
- Wo Ping House
- Tsui Lam Estate, Tseng Kwan O (1988)
- Yan Lam House
- Nga Lam House
- Choi Lam House
- Fai Lam House
- Wang Fuk Court, Tai Po (1983)
Kwong Fuk Estate, Tai Po (1983, 1985) Kwong Wai House
- Lung Hang Estate, Sha Tin (1983)
- Butterfly Estate, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong (1984)
- Tip Sum House
- Tip Ling House
- Tip Tsui House
- Tip Yi House
- Butterfly Shopping Centre
- Siu Shan Court, Tuen Mun (1983)
- Pak King House
- Cheung King House
- Min King House
- Kwai King House
- Wah King House
- Fung Shing Court, Sha Tin (1985)
- Phase 4, Siu Hong Court, Tuen Mun (1984)
Cheung Hong Estate, Tsing Yi (1980)
- A lot of Kone Marryat Scott elevators used Kone's M-Series fixtures, while a few others used Dewhurst fixtures. It was possible that these elevators used the Kone Traffic Master System control system, though this is not confirmed.
Notes and references
- ↑ There were originally six lifts but three were removed in 2006. At the same time the remaining three lifts were refurbished by Associated Lift Services (ALS). They were replaced into Kone MonoGoods lifts in 2013
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Elevators in these building replaced by Otis under the Lift Modernisation Programme. 
- ↑ Only 1 of the 4 elevator installed by them. Another 3 of the 4 elevators are installed by Sabiem Elevator. It was later modernized by Kone in late 2012.
- ↑ Modernization and maintained by Holake Hong Kong Lifts Ltd.
- ↑ Demolished in 2007
- ↑ Demolished in 1994
- ↑ Slightly modernized by Kone in 2009.
- ↑ Demolished in 2002
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 Elevators in these building replaced by Thyssenkrupp under the Lift Modernisation Programme.
- ↑ Modernized by Kone.
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 Maintained by Holake Hong Kong Lifts Ltd.
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 Elevators in these building replaced by Hitachi under the Lift Modernisation Programme.
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 Elevators in these building replaced by Schindler under the Lift Modernisation Programme.
- ↑ Modernized by Kone in late 2002.
- ↑ Kone Marryat Scott Lift @ HOF in Hull
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