“Denise has provided the right design, coupled with the right product for every complex storage requirement that has been developed in our command.”
Defense Client, Design and Construction, Senior Project Manager
Increasing your storage capacity doesn’t have to mean increasing your storage area. Lateral sliding cabinets let you store more than twice the contents of fixed cabinets or shelving in the same space. And when the time comes to add more capacity, simply add another layer of sliding cabinets to your existing set-up. More capacity, less floor space, easy expansion.
Lateral Sliding Filing is
Like sliding doors, lateral sliding filing cabinets glide sideways on low-profile tracks, with just a touch.
As your business grows, add another track and another filing unit in front of your existing lateral sliding system.
Lateral sliding filing systems require a fraction of the storage footprint of traditional fixed-aisle shelving and file cabinets.
Cabinets come in a variety of depths, with options for shelving and lockable drawers, and powder-coated finishes to complement any décor, perfect for document filing and office supplies, media storage, and medical storage.
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Major Law Firm
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.
The State of Maryland and Herbiculture required that the distributed product be locked in a vault and be under the surveillance of multiple video recording devices. NOS, Inc. was challenged to survey, design and install a storage solution that met the client’s various requirements based on legal and workflow factors.
INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRM
This International Law firm headquartered in Washington, D.C., had an expiring lease and was in a dated building. The decision was made to relocate to a newer building, closer to the K St, NW Corridor. The challenge now was to utilize the space efficiently and cost effectively.