Industrial relocation projects are complicated, time consuming, and if handled incorrectly, can be detrimental to your business. Much like any other business move, you run the risk of losing production time or experience setbacks in efficiency.
However, with a large-scale industrial move, these setbacks could be devastating to your business. Your responsiveness to customers could suffer. You could even lose or damage critical equipment as you move from one location to another.
Apply for and Manage Permits
Relocating an industrial space involves more than just loading up a moving truck with a few boxes. The relocation of large equipment parts is a bit too much for any beginner project manager to handle.
There are permits needed to host and move large machines and parts. We work with property managers and large facilities to ensure all the paperwork is filled out ahead of time. As a result, you experience a quick and stress-free move.
Relocation Strategies has over 20 years of experience with large scale warehouse and industrial projects. We’ve managed the moves of all kinds of businesses, from medical labs to breweries.
Flawless Move Strategy
We understand what’s at stake. Our team has provided move management and transition management across the United States. And while every client is different, the bottom line is that everything needs to get from one place to another as simply and efficiently as possible.
If just a single piece of machinery is damaged or lost, it could mean weeks without functioning material and thus, a loss of productivity. We track every piece of your and your customers’ property so you can locate it at a moment’s notice.
Cohesive Plan Between Facility and Project Manager
Most projects of this scale start with a visit to the subject facility for an assessment of the project including logistics, evaluation of furnishings, operational analysis, and hosting a meeting with the local management team. Post visit, your Project Manager presents findings and recommendations back to the Facilities Team. From here, weekly project planning calls with the overall project team are scheduled to make sure things are moving along smoothly. Then, depending on needs of the clients, the management team will solicit bids from various vendors, from movers to light construction or tenant improvement, and visit the site multiple times to work with local staff and manage execution of the project.
This all may sound a bit excessive and involved, but trust us, it’s necessary to make sure the entire process goes off without a hitch.
Relocation Strategies Project Management
The good news is, you don’t have to live in fear of any of the looming threats that come with tackling these moves solo. Working with relocation experts can completely eliminate any unexpected worker downtime or loss of revenue.
Working with a company like Relocation Strategies means more than surviving your move – it means building a stronger, more effective operation in your new location.