Portland, OR

Key Services

  • Pre-move planning services
  • Office and employee relocation
  • IT disconnect/reconnect
  • Furniture decommission

The Facts

  • 330 employees
  • 250+ offices
  • 9 floors
  • 1 weekend

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The Challenge

The largest law firm in the Northwest had a need to relocate their corporate headquarters under a very aggressive time frame over Memorial Day weekend. They reached out to multiple providers who all said it could not be done. The plan had to encompass the relocation of nine floors, 330 employees and 250+ offices. In addition to relocation, there was a need for IT disconnect/reconnect and furniture decommission and removal.

Project Goal: Put together and execute a move plan that put Suddath® in the position to complete what our competitors said was impossible. The solutions had to take into account the tight time frame to perform the relocation, IT disconnect/reconnect and the furniture decommission and removal.

The Solution

In order to complete the project on time and within budget, Suddath developed a move plan that included a pre-move of all non-essential items. This pre-move put us ahead of the curve and in the position to successfully meet the customers’ expectations of the move being completed over the holiday weekend. We completed the pre-move, 330 employee/ 250+ office move, IT disconnect/reconnect, furniture decommission and removal on time and on budget. Some large problems have simple solutions. Our vast experience and expertise in the field gives us the advantage of knowing these simple solutions, which we pass along to our clients. When you hire Suddath, you hire nearly 100 years of moving experience.

The Icing On The Cake

In our effort to reduce our impact on the environment, we identified various non-profits in which to donate the surplus furniture. This reduced the impact on local landfills and had a positive effect on the local communities the non-profits reside.