Case Studies, Project Profiles & Work Samples
Following a sizable merger, a U.S. refinery needed to find space within its corporate facility for 80 additional workstations and corresponding files. The department expanded to include seven work groups that all needed convenient central access to corporate tax documents. Previously, the department relied on lateral files, rotary cabinets, and vertical filing cabinets to manage its file storage needs, but with the addition of the workstations and limited floor space, the client needed a new alternative.
East Georgia College was looking for an individual storage solution for dormitory students to store their laptops and other valuables within the limited space of their dorm rooms. The college needed a solution that was convenient and easy for students to use, and it also had to be secure and compact to ensure that the students’ computers and other items would be kept safe and out of the way in these small spaces.
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Record keeping is a never-ending challenge for municipalities, and Northampton County in eastern Pennsylvania is no exception. In addition to the usual document storage, Northampton County houses an extensive historical archive stretching back more than 250 years. In 2004, the County ran out of space for its growing archives and turned to off-site storage for some of their files.
When faced with moving the company’s bulk inventory storage to a much smaller area in Doral, Florida, Carisam Ltd. had to find a way to maximize the available space.
When Laurie started her position as the Office Manager at Childhood Solutions in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, she knew there had to be a better way to organize and store client files. The office was currently filing therapy and evaluation files in boxes stacked throughout the office. In addition to active files, the office is required to maintain old medical records for an extended period, which added additional strain to the limited storage space.
Before constructing a new building, a US Air Force base evaluated the current storage of flight gear housed in wood lockers. They found the outdated gear lockers were in disrepair and no longer effectively protected the equipment, including flight suits, helmets, vests, and personnel belongings. In addition, they determined the wood lockers were not secure and offered limited flexibility to accommodate evolving gear requirements.
The Women & Infants Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, had plans to relocate to a larger modern building. The hospital’s extensive patient records were being stored in an older high-density mobile shelving system, but the moving shelves were too high for the low ceilings of the new space and didn’t fit the fresh contemporary aesthetic the Hospital was adopting. In addition, it was important for the new healthcare center to maximize the space allocated for patient files and offer room to grow with the Hospital.
When Kennesaw State University decided to start a football program, they realized they needed help meeting the storage needs of the new program. The space dedicated to the program was cramped and had a steel support column in the room, making it difficult to plan out the necessary storage shelving and units needed to hold various sports equipment and gear. In addition, the limited space also needed to accommodate an area for equipment maintenance and repair.
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