Carrying out a relocation project using in-house assets

Carrying out a relocation project using in-house assets

On March 31st, 2010, posted in: Uncategorized by 106 Comments

If you believe you or an employee have the right stuff to carry out a relocation you should first plan out how you will divide up the time between the project and day to day work tasks. It can be difficult to establish a balance between the project and getting work done mid-project. If you need a little guidance; Move Management professionals can tailor consulting services to your needs. They should be able to work with clients advising on appropriate timelines, expectations, floor plan layouts, recommend contractors, and facilitate vendor / contractor communications.

To ensure a smooth relocation, advise the building manager at both the current and future facilities of the move in writing and book the elevators well in advance. Also, take this opportunity to find out what, if any, moving regulations exist in the buildings. Many professional buildings only allow relocation after business hours and on weekends. If you are considering renting a truck and doing it yourself, or enlisting the help of some hired laborers, make sure your insurance covers this kind of activity, in terms of both worker’s compensation and liability.


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