- All storage space had to be fully functional within a tight deadline. Therefore, project management created a detailed project scope with daily deadlines to keep technicians on track with the ability to adjust due to unforeseen obstacles.
- Construction had to be completed without disruption to the client’s flow of operations. As a result, the majority of the construction was completed during non-business hours to limit disruption to operations.
The client needed extra space without the overwhelming cost of new construction. By creating a mezzanine level within the existing vertical area, the result was multiplied storage in a previously under utilized space. This option enable the client to continue operations without the disruption and expense associated with a full-scale expansion. The lockable area created a versatile area that could double as an office, if the client’s needs changed again.