Libraries specifically require not only large collections to be relocated but the shelving systems upon which they are housed.
We are familiar with the intricacies of relocating a library and understand that the sequential transfer of libraries and archives requires specialised skills and processes.
We were engaged by the National Library of New Zealand in 2008 to assist with the planning and project management of their relocation prior to refurbishment.
We successfully provided support by way of logistics project managers who were responsible for the relocation of all collections as well as approximately 320 staff.
If you are planning to relocate a museum, gallery or a library and need some advice on how to proceed with a project plan, get in touch today for a confidential chat.
We can provide insights from past experience to provide peace of mind for you and your team who have been tasked with the responsibility of relocating items of such significance.
This is how we help with museum & library relocations
Every work place, organisation or business relocation comes with it’s own unique set of challenges but no need to worry about it!
We’ve done it all before and know the process from start to finish.
This is what we do for you to ensure a seamless move.
Avoid the stress and worry by letting us plan and manage your relocation. We ensure that everything is planned – taking care of the who, what, where, when and how?
From our initial meeting, the planning phase can span many months. We ask the right questions and keep you informed through comprehensive documentation every step of the way.
We are experts at thinking about the smaller details and leave no stone unturned. Our planning encompasses not only critical equipment but everything required in the new facility, including the coffee machine!
Not sure where to begin? Just call us. We plan from the high level ‘big picture’ through to the minute details and we know trusted third parties to include as and when required.