“I just wanted to let you know that your team did a fantastic job of transitioning our files into the new high density system yesterday.”
GSA, Chief Records Officer
Your real estate budget is an immovable object. Your storage needs are an ever-growing irresistible force. The solution: High density shelving. With sliding shelving racks resting on floor-mounted rails, these storage cabinets eliminate fixed aisles, condensing your storage into 50% of its former space. What could you do with all that extra space?
High Density Storage is
Designed to fit your space and fit any shape or size of stored items: documents, books, hospital supplies, crime scene evidence, artworks.
Future-proof your storage and accommodate your changing needs with easy-to-rearrange shelves and drawers.
Keep your contents safe with electronic locks, and keep staff safe with mobility locks.
Preserve everything in pristine condition, with non-reactive surfaces adapted to climate-controlled conditions.
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A large financial institution invited NOS into their organization to address their never ending file room space issues and as a result their organization changed forever.
The room was filled with vertical and lateral file cabinets. Cabinets lined the walls and a labyrinth formed between the four walls. Frustrated, staff began placing files on top of cabinets where they SHOULD be filed if there was room in the cabinet.
Century-old collections preserved using unique storage solutions
Established in 1949, the Mead Art Museum, which houses the art collection of Amherst College that consists of more than 14,000 American and African works, world renowned paintings and unique textiles, underwent a major renovation of its collection storage areas to provide improved preservation through segregated temperature and climate-controlled storage areas. The ASA member worked with the museum’s collection manager to provide the optimum storage solution for its vast range of objects within each uniquely designed storage area
The firm has an extensive paper filing system and needed assistance with organizing exactly what would remain in paper form and what needed to be digitized. The new office space had limited storage capacity so preplanning and instituting a plan was vital to a successful move. In addition to reducing paper files, there were also floor loading weight restrictions that needed to be accommodated.
A large international financial agency/firm needed to renovate a 10 story, 40-year-old building due to an antiquated HVAC system. As the entire building was being gutted, a review of personnel versus storage space requirements was required and completed. In the end, more space was needed for personnel and the overall storage space was reduced by 30% without decreasing what they stored or losing easy access to any individual item.
Prestigious textile museum consolidates and preserves important collections
The American Textile History Museum, which houses the most significant, publicly-held, integrated textile collection of clothing, fabrics, tools, spinning wheels and hand looms in America, acquired two large coverlet collections and curators sought to develop a premier storage solution specially designed for its unique needs. Also, the textile collection reached maximum storage capacity, requiring an improved and space-saving solution. By partnering with an ASA member, the museum was able to improve preservation methods and increase storage capacity, allowing for additional space to expand the collections and provide staff with improved accessibility to stored objects.