The number of parts and types of parts in the planning and execution of a lab relocation is both complicated and complex.
Solving the problem of how to move, on time, on budget, with minimal disruption so you can return to your science uninterrupted requires lab relocation specialists.
Unfortunately, most businesses planning to move assets assign an internal project manager or move coordinator whose never done it before; chances are good the individual move coordinator is a first-timer.
Moves are hard but get easier with experience
Moves get easier through experience, but each relocation has its issues, a little drama, and can benefit greatly from an experienced team on the job.
Lab Relocation Planning Services from Overbrook
Overbrook Support focuses on lab relocations and knows any successful move results from careful planning, efficient harmonization and proper execution, often within strict timelines and production schedules. A well-organized and executed relocation benefits from someone whose “been there, done that” because there are lessons learned each time a move is conducted. Click here to learn more.
We ensure that scientific instrumentation, laboratory equipment, and samples arrive at their destination safely and on schedule.
We’re not the mover, nor the project management firm, but we work with both, as well as the client move team, and ensure that expensive analytical instrumentation is securely and safely moved, and then re-qualified, as necessary, at the destination site.