Save 200+ hours and pointless heartburn during relocation

The Best Businesses in the Triangle use Relocation Strategies

Do you have time to manage a move?

(Estimates based on a 50 person office relocation)

225

Number of planning and project management hours required.

120

Average days needed to fully execute an office move.

20

Average number of vendors to coordinate and manage.

 
 

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Relocation Strategies RDU- Watch what makes us The Triangle's Office Moving Experts

 

RSI Proven Process

Discovery

(0-1 Months)

  • Walk Through Form
  • Floorplans
  • Communication Preferences
  • Key Contacts
  • Build Project Plan
  • Identify Key Vendors


 

Design

(2-3 Months)

  • Host Weekly Meetings
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Weekly/Daily Happenings
  • Document and Follow up on to-do items
  • Vendor Selection


 

Construction

(5-10 Months)

  • Continue Hosting Weekly Meetings
  • Monitor on-track or off-track task
  • Adjust Schedule as needed
  • Alert Vendors to schedule changes



 

Origin

(2-3 Months)

  • Host move meetings
  • Conduct Move Training
  • Facilitate Purge/Pack Days
  • Manage Vendors
  • Decommission Space


 

Destination

(2-3 Months)

  • Certificate of Occupancy
  • Punch List
  • Low Voltage Cabling
  • Access Control
  • A/V Vendors



 

Relocation Consulting & Project Management

  • Project Oversight & Governance
  • Project Budgeting
  • Operations Loss Mitigation
  • Impact Assessment
  • Risk Management
  • Project Tasks & Activity Sequencing
  • RFP Management
  • Staff Communication
  • Furniture Procurement
  • IT Integration & Connectivity




Remodel/Restack

  • Tenant Improvement Oversight
  • Business Operations Continuity
  • Temporary Space Setup
  • Furniture Procurement & Installation
  • IT & Telecommunications Setup
  • Low Voltage Cabling
  • Audio Visual & Security


New Facility Launch/Expansion

  • General FF&E Procurement & Execution
  • New Facility Orientation
  • Employee Handbooks
  • Signage and Branding
  • Facility Services Transition
  • Construction Representation


Site Decommissioning

  • Lease Requirement Compliance
  • Asset dissolution or disposal
  • “White Box” Services
  • Governance of Safety Regulations
  • Removal of Racking/Shelving Systems
  • Facility Equipment Valuation
  • Exterior Signage Removal & Repair
  • Auction Coordination
  • Removal FF&E Items
  • Handling of Hazardous Materials



Frequently Asked Questions

 
  • Why do I need help relocating my company in the Triangle?

    • The time required to manage a corporate relocation is often times underestimated. Commercial relocations will require more than just a phone call to the mover. When a move is not properly planned for companies spend more than is necessary on relocation related services, experiences operational downtime, is more likely to miss their move-in date, and unfortunately loses revenue.
  • What are my responsibilities at the end of my lease?

    • Verify the Required Condition of the Property: Closely review the lease and coordinate a meeting with the property manager to verify what the required conditions are once vacated and compare with lease requirements.
    • Audit and Review ALL Equipment, technology, furniture, fixtures, etc. need to be removed and/ or recycled: Can you still utilize it? Is this an asset or a liability? What is the value of the items? Should it be recycled? Take a thorough inventory of your current assets. Then, meet and make decisions based on your budget, employee needs, and the size and floor plan of your new facility.
    • Cabling Wrecking/Removal: Typically required by most leases. Whether it’s for voice or data purposes, it all needs to be removed. Can you imagine how many thousands of feet (maybe miles) of cabling may be running through your office?
    • Space Adds or Changes: Adds or changes that were made to the facility upon the company occupying the space may include; changes paint colors, HVAC modifications, etc. Dependent upon lease terms, these changes will need to be brought back to their original state.
    • Make Repairs: Any small or large repairs need to be completed prior to the lease commencement. The items may include: dry wall repairs, window repairs, carpet cleaning, sign/branding removal, etc.
    • Clean Everything to a Perfect Condition: Often times, lease terms may call for “Broom” clean conditions when vacating a facility. It is important to have the entire space professionally cleaned and brought back to a “white-box” state.
  • How does Relocation Strategies ® help Commercial Real-Estate Brokers?

    Budgetary:

    • If a company is apprehensive about relocating/expanding due to cost, Relocation Strategies® can compile a consultative budget to give them a realistic understanding of the costs involved in relocating. This allows the decision to relocate to be more simplistic and cost effective.

    Educational:

    • When a company has decided they are relocating without question or they are in a situation when there is no option but to relocate, Relocation Strategies® can provide Consultative services including but not limited to; budget, timeline, pertinent vendor roster, execution strategy and overall process blue-print. This provides the decision makers within the company peace of mind and allows them to take a “hands-off” approach to the overall process.

    Re-Model/Relocate:

    • In certain situations, companies will be torn between the decision to either relocate or remodel (i.e. re-carpet, re-paint, purchase new fixtures, etc.). This decision usually comes down to budget and loss of production. With Relocation Strategies® consultative services, we can perform an operational analysis to determine what the costs/budget will be as well as production impact for both scenario’s and allow the company to decide which option is in their best interest.

    Overall Service Offering:

    • The general idea that Relocation Strategies® services allow our broker partners to present a more complete suite of services. This “one stop shop” mentality (even though we are technically a separate partner) allows brokers to infiltrate deals and opportunities that they may not be able to attain if they were simply providing lease/buying services. The commercial real estate industry is incredibly competitive, and any advantage one broker may have is vital to their success.
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