Metro Elevator and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, Striving for Excellence

Excellent Equipment, Excellent People

We offer some of the best and unique equipment in the business, but there’s more to us than that. Building a winning team is an ideology we have always stood by. Safe & reliable equipment, and a competent & dependable workforce are essential qualities for success. This concept isn’t confined to any particular business or industry, and can be a template for success for anyone. Few teams, if any, understand this better than the team over at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports whose driver. Metro would like to congratulate, Tristan Vautier for winning the 2012 Firestone Indy Lights championship and his 16th place finish at the 2013 Indy 500.

Success as a Team

Racing has always been a favorite sport to many of the staff at Metro Elevator. Over a decade ago our hoists were used to erect the current pagoda and modern suites at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. To push forward our succesful track record in the world of racing, we became proud sponsors of Sam Schmidt’s Tristan Vautier and Metro Elevator car #77 of the Indy Lights racing series for the 2012-racing season. Tristan recently reclaimed the point lead over teammate Esteban Guerrieri, and a victor won’t be realized until the race in Fontana, California. Regardless of who comes out on top of this winning combination, the real winner will be the Sam Schmidt Motorsports team and everyone involved.

Tristan Vautier 2012 Indy Lights Champion

A Collaborative Effort

Our recent acquisition of two interior elevator companies has brought new employees onboard from different backgrounds. We recognize their unique individual talents and what they can do to help our own team. We don’t want to dwell on what happened in the past, but push forward with a common goal of being better for everyone’s future. These qualities, a relentless drive for success, are what make a great team great. It matters less about who on the team is most successful, and more about the fact that the team succeeds.

Charlie Ernstes, Roger Brummett and their driver, Tristan Vautier

Charlie Ernstes, Roger Brummett and their driver, Tristan Vautier