17,059 shelves loaded and not a single document was misplaced! (Titles Office Relocation)
Imagine if all of your suppliers cared for your business well-being like you do. Our office relocation programs take on board this responsibility, no matter what the project scale. Each stage is meticulously planned in accordance with your every need. Elbowroom has been entrusted to perform critical office removals for Telstra, the Family Court, Brisbane City Council, Coles Myer, the Australian Government and Queensland Health, among others.
Archive Storage, Pallet Racking, Raised Storage Areas, Cantilever Racking, Steel Shelving, Longspan Systems, Mobile Shelving, Brownbuilt Compactus, Cupboards, Lockers, Filing Cabinets and much more can be relocated with ease if managed by Elbowroom office movers. Our extensive experience makes the co-ordination simple and our vast knowledge of all storage system types ensures you will be best educated as to what products should be re-used and where. Consult us before buying new, often the older gear you have is better built than new gear which other storage system suppliers will have you believe you require to setup new premises.
An example of a major technical relocation undertaken by Elbowroom is the Queensland Titles Office Project. Over 2,000 bays of mobile shelving was constructed to house 12.5 million documents, defragmented and relocated by Elbowroom from multiple sites as far north as Townsville and Rockhampton. Specific software was developed by Elbowroom to facilitate the defragmentation process, which allowed merged data to be applied to customised labelling. This process eliminated any risk in using the labour force (supplied by the removalists) required to physically move the documents.
Elbowroom would like you to consider our assistance and attention in your next relocation project. We maintain an unblemished record for success in managing time-critical projects of all shapes and sizes. Trust in our experience and make your project our next priority!
Take a look at Elbowroom's full capability statement here: 2012 Capability Statement