Recently we have been working with The Society of St James and Portsmouth City Council to complete some multiple phase relocation work. The Society of St James are a Hampshire-based homelessness charity, providing accommodation and support to over 2500 people each year.
In the first phase working for The Society of St James, we relocated a department from Portsmouth City Council which was located at St Marys Hospital to Campion House in Southsea. We completed this move over a 2 day period.
In the next phases, we were working directly for Portsmouth City Council and cleared all redundant furniture and rubbish from the basement at Campion House Southsea which took our team a half day to complete alongside a relocation of archive files to the Civic Offices in Portsmouth.
It has been a real honour to be working directly with The Society of St James and we are glad that they decided to use our services after being very impressed with our service on site for Portsmouth City Council.
Following on from this multi-phase project last week we relocated a large printed internally for them at Campion House. The printer had to be relocated from the ground floor to the second floor up stairs which as you can see from the image above were very tricky to navigate.
We would like to thank The Society of St James for using our services. We are happy we were able to offer them a value for money, ethical green relocation solution.
You can read more about The Society of St James and the great work they do at www.ssj.org.uk or find them on Twitter @ssjcharity
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