Project Description

LACKLAND AIRFORCE BASE 2019

JOB DURATION: 22 DAYS
ORIGINAL DEADLINE: 30 DAYS

SCOPE OF WORK:

  • SWAPPED A TOTAL OF 2,400
    WARDROBES/LOCKERS, 2,400 NIGHTSTANDS, 1,200
    BUNK BEDS, 1200 MATTRESSES, 1,200 CHAIRS
  • COORDINATED NEW FLOOR PLANS FOR EACH ROOM
  • RELOCATED ITEMS TO (3) DIFFERENT FLOORS WITH
    NO ELEVATORS WITH THE HELP OF A SKY LIFT TO
    MEET TIGHT DEADLINE
  • ALL FURNITURE WAS BROKEN DOWN, WRAPPED,
    TRANSPORTED AND REINSTALLED

CREW SIZE & TRUCK POWER:
(2) ONSITE PROJECT MANAGERS, (8) MOVERS, (2) INSTALLERS
(1) 18 WHEELER, (3) MOVING TRUCKS, (1) SKY LIFT, (2) FORKLIFTS

CLIENT TESTIMONIAL:
“THE LOGISTICAL CHALLENGE OF THIS MOVE WAS
SIGNIFICANT. THE TEAM HAD TO NOT ONLY MOVE EXISTING
LOCKERS AND FURNITURE OUT OF BUILDING 9210, BUT STAGE
THEM, AND DO THE OPPOSITE OVER AT BUILDING 9085. ALL
THIS ALSO HAD TO BE DONE WHILE WORKING AROUND OUR
BASIC TRAINING MISSION, WITH HUNDREDS OF TRAINEES
WORKING AND TRAINING IN THE WORK AREA. THE
ADDITIONAL CHALLENGES PRESENTED BY THE WEATHER,
RESTRICTED ACCESS TO CERTAIN ENTRANCES, AND HAVING
TO COORDINATE AROUND TRAINEES MADE THE CHALLENGE
ESPECIALLY DIFFICULT. THE MOVE LOGISTICS TEAM WAS
ABLE TO ADJUST TO MULTIPLE CHANGES AND SUPPORT OUR
MISSION IN A HIGHLY EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT MANNER.”
–ERIC E. BEIN, LIEUTENANT COLONEL,