Large Bank and Brokerage Firm
San Francisco, California
Suddath took the furniture we weren’t using any longer and donated it to non-profits through a ‘Green Business’ resource.
With a tight time frame and limited operating hours, the client was looking for a partner who could decommission multiple floors of a well-known, national investment agency in downtown San Francisco. The four-phase project was to be completed in two months, with only being able to remove items from the building after six o’clock in the evening. Since they had employees still in the office working, they needed a team who would be effective, efficient and work as quietly as possible during the decommission process.
Project Goal: To complete a thorough decommission project of a 2000+ employee company, involving multiple floors in a San Francisco high-rise office building.
The Suddath® team worked as quickly, safely and quietly as possible, and were able to secure a good-sized room to stage items as they were dismantled and tagged for removal. These items were later removed and taken to trucks waiting at the docks to be delivered and donated to multiple non-profit organizations. In the case where the non-profits were unable to accept delivery, we brought the items into storage and held them until they were ready for delivery. Suddath even brought extra crews in to load these trucks as quickly and efficiently as possible, so the non-profit could receive the items the same evening.