Moving guide for facility’s management Part 1
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Here is a handy guide
The key to a successful business relocation is detailed planning. A careful move management strategy needs to be implemented to ensure the successful relocation of your organisation. United Movers have undertaken many office moves over it’s years in the removals industry, and do not under-estimate their complexity.
For this reason, we have put together this essential guide to business relocation to help give Facility Managers a better understanding of the business relocation process.
Selecting your business relocation company
Obviously as Facility Manager of your company you will be wanting value for money, but most importantly you want the best company for the job. A “tender” process can help show the removals companies of calibre but to discover which companies to approach in the first place.
Professional Consultation & Planning
United Movers will send a move management team to your offices to meet with key members of your staff and discuss every aspect of the business relocation. No detail should be overlooked – no matter the size of your organisation. Access routes and room layouts will need to be discussed, at both the old and new location, so that everybody involved knows exactly what will happen and when and who is doing it. This the best way to ensure a smooth
On the move days, you should expect an experienced supervisor to oversee the entire operation, from start to finish. By using United Movers, you will ensure that your organisation benefits from professionally trained packers. Registered tradesman may also be required to dis-assemble and re-assemble office furniture. Plus the expert services of an ICT support team will be required to keep your network and communications running at all times.
For hospital or specialised relocations it is quite normal for the move to occur at night to reduce the impact on the day-to-day running of the business. However, this can cost more.