POWERED MOBILE SYSTEM ALLOWS FOR SAFE ARCHIVE STORAGE AND EASY ACCESSIBILITY
The Flamborough Archives is run by volunteers who collect and preserve archival material relating to the history, people, buildings, and communities within the area of Flamborough. The Flamborough Archives needed help with archive storage as they had to move out of their building so that it could be torn down and rebuilt as a beautiful new multipurpose municipal space.
The main challenge was that the new space was going to be smaller than what they had before. They needed help fitting everything into the space so they called the experts at Spacesaver Solutions Inc.
CUSTOMIZED STORAGE SOLUTIONS FOR SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
Spacesaver Solutions Inc. worked with Flamborough Archives to create a system that would meet all of their needs, while staying within a strict budget. Our Storage Experts designed a unique solution that would hold different archival material – everything from records to artwork, safely within the system.
We provided a Powered Eclipse High Density Storage System with custom wood panels made from local reclaimed wood. On the back wall of the Flamborough Archives storage area is an art rack that holds precious artwork.
In addition to the high-density archive storage system, we also provided an archival documents move service to ensure that everything was properly transported and placed carefully into the new system.
The Flamborough Archives staff were so thrilled with the end result and our work, that they wrote a beautiful thank you note.
“On behalf of Lyn, the volunteers at the Flamborough Archives and myself, I want to thank you for all the work you undertook to produce our beautiful mobile storage system – it is truly wonderful and we are all ‘in love with it’.
I also want to thank you and everyone at Spacesaver Solutions Inc. for your patience with the Heritage Society in the length of time it took to complete the project – I know it was entirely beyond our control, but like us, at times you must have wondered if it would ever end.
Please convey to Ms. Indira our appreciation of her contribution to the project – she exhibited the highest professionalism in all her dealings with Lyn and I from the very beginning with the organization, dealing with all the frustrations and complications of the move out of Hamilton to being on hand to see us come back to Waterloo.
Finally, Lyn and I want to express our thanks to the four young men who moved the Archives – they worked extremely hard over the two days, were always polite, accommodating, and careful with our holdings and furniture. They are to be congratulated for their work ethic.
Again, thank you to everyone involved with the project.”