Thoughts on Storage


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Nov 2013

Franklin PD Spacesaver

A Police Station’s Storage Conundrum It is not the job of American police officer to be experts on storage solutions; they have far more important things to worry about. However, the police department of Franklin, Tennessee found themselves worrying about storage, causing an unwanted headache. They were building a new headquarters, and it dawned on the unit that they had a lot of “stuff.” The...

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13

Nov 2013

Law Firm High Priorities

3 Common Law Firm Storage Problems and Solutions Despite living in the digital age, paper files seem likely to hang around for the long haul. Companies, especially law firms, are filled to the brim with file after file after file of confidential casework. Security concerns, storage space in the office, and organizational issues will make any law firm feel engulfed by the paperwork that piles...

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Bath & Body Works Gets Organized with Spacesaver

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Nov 2013

Bath & Body Works Gets Organized with Spacesaver

  Bath and Body Works, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, sells millions of soaps, candles and the like, rotating the items that are sold in stores by season. As the seasons change the marketing department is responsible for creating ad campaigns, developing new gift packages and designing the store layouts. They keep samples of every product they sell in the corporate office for this very purpose....

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11

Nov 2013

DSSI Storage: A Hole in One

  Catch the 2013 Masters Tournament? Any successful golf tournament requires a high level of organization inside behind the scenes in order to ease the minds of the golfers teeing off outside on the green. With Spacesaver’s mobile storage solutions and flexible shelving, you can build a system that will not only expand with the growth of your membership, but make it easier to find member...

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Nov 2013

Douglas County Evidence Storage

For public safety officials, nothing is more important than evidence. Many crimes lack eyewitness testimony, so sometimes hard evidence is the only link between the criminal and the crime. The proper preservation and maintenance of evidence is often pertinent to landing convictions, so public safety entities should hold efficient and organized storage in high regard. Typically, these storage units are perfectly adequate until the evidence...

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Nov 2013

Public Safety

Public Safety Storage Priorities Public safety is an expansive department that requires storage options ranging from weapons to evidence cabinets to personal lockers. As a result, public safety personnel face endless challenges in regards to space, organization, security, and budget constraints when constructing their storage systems. Below are three high priority results that public safety officials want to achieve with their storage goals while limiting...

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Nov 2013

Guilford County Jail

How a Prison Saved $15 Million Working With Spacesaver Overcrowded prisons are an issue that is plaguing counties across the United States, forcing some jails to take creative steps to curb this problem. For example, the 400,000 square foot Guilford County Detention Center in Greensboro, NC took an innovative approach to make sure their new expansion would not waste its precious space. Once over-populated and...

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05

Nov 2013

Dover Public Library

The antediluvian portrayal of a public library is stacks upon stacks upon stacks of books methodically arranged via the Dewey Decimal System by a bespectacled female librarian with her hair in the tightest bun imaginable. In reality, public libraries are important bastions of modern learning. The sad truth is many families cannot afford laptops or internet or other modern amenities that are so often taken for granted, endowing an...

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Delaware Art Museum

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Nov 2013

Delaware Art Museum

Originally built in 1938, the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington underwent a substantial reconstruction process in 2003. The revamping added three brand new wings, a cafe, arts education programs, a new souvenir store, offices, collection care facilities, and other amenities. The museum transformed into a sprawling beauty, covering 80,000 feet of space. The museum reopened on June 26, 2005 and faced some immediate spatial dilemmas....

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Archaeology Storage

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Nov 2013

Archaeology Storage

An old cliche suggests that to look into the future, we must first look into the past. Like most cliches, this phrase is tired and worn. But also like most cliches, it is a prevailing axiom.  Whether you acknowledge this truism aloud or it hibernates in your subconscious, it is burrowing somewhere, innately luring us to museums of art, architecture, and other ancient wonders. When...

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