Following previous projects for this global financial services company, MovePlan has been engaged to undertake further projects on various sites in the North East, including workspace traffic analysis.
MovePlan is delighted to announce our sponsorship of IFMA Hong Kong for 2011-12, including June’s conference at the Cyberport. Interesting speakers and relaxed networking made the event one not to be missed. Congratulations to the chapter team on a job well done. www.ifma.org.hk
After the success of the second laboratory project for a global pharmaceutical company which was completed in March of this year, MovePlan has now been asked us to complete a small office move at their New Jersey site.
Having successfully completed the records management stage of this project in Philadelphia, MovePlan has now been appointed to manage a file cleardown program, followed by move management, relocating 1,300 staff in late 2012/early 2013.
The London team are returning to SOAS (School of Oriental & African Studies) to undertake a staff move from Wye to London.
MovePlan has been appointed to manage the Houston relocation project for a global trading company, further cementing our relationship following the successful completion of the Stamford, Connecticut relocation in April 2010.
MovePlan’s client base in Singapore has further expanded with the recent appointment to manage the relocation of an international hedge fund.
MovePlan has just successfully completed the relocation of approximately 380 staff to new locations at the G1 Site, Glasgow and Pacific House, Glasgow for Ernst & Young, one of the ‘Big Four’ international accountancy and professional services firms.
MovePlan has been appointed to undertake the planning and management of FF&E moves and installations, as well as building decommissioning of three schools in Connecticut. The project has an immediate start and will be completed in 2012.
Suki Reilly and Angela Dockus attended the CoreNet Global Conference in Chicago. As well as the many interesting presentations and discussion available, it was also an opportunity to network with real estate professionals, facilities managers and other influencers.