A leading multinational hospitality company tasked us with the job of moving the accommodation of their staff from villas on their property to off-site apartments. The hotel staff living across 24 villas with 8 rooms each were relocated to company quarters in a building comprising 48 apartments with 4 rooms each. The relocation included the furniture as well as appliances, which were unassembled, packed and re-assembled for use at the new place.
This was a challenging assignment on account of multiple factors. Firstly due to space constraints in the apartment, we had to carefully plan and map out on how to distribute and place the furniture so that functionality was retained. Interiors planning was done to decide the placement of each item in the house, such as the fridge, sofa, TV. Good planning ensured that items were usable and the apartment functional.
Secondly, the furniture in the villa was too big to fit in the building’s lift. Our crew had to climb the steps carrying the furniture to every floor. Our team worked with the hotel managers to plan the room allocation based on category and seniority and also the distribution of furniture and appliances. Our experience in furniture installation was a great advantage in doing a good job.
The entire project was completed in 40 days, with the help of 12 movers and packers.