The Focus on the Family Relocation Project from Pomona, CA to Colorado, Springs, CO, entailed all the moving parts associated with a cross country group move, including the relocation of the following:
In total the project entailed (62 ) 53' line loaded trailers of furniture, product and electronics, plus a similar amount of loads for the personal residences.
The World Vision Project from Monrovia, CA to Federal Way, WA, included:
Plus numerous Pre-planning and operational related meetings,
A landmark in Los Angeles for many years, Hughes Helicopters Inc, founded by the late billionaire Howard Hughes, was bought by the McDonnell Douglas Corporation on August 28th, 1989. Soon thereafter the company relocated its headquarters from Culver City, CA to Tucson AZ. The project included the following relocation related elements:
Known in the 80's for its military attack helicopters, the purchase by McDonnell Douglas and the subsequent relocation began a realignment of resources and shift in focus toward commercial business.
The relocation of the UCLA School of Film entailed the relocation of more than 300,000 Kodachrome films from UCLA Campus in Westwood, CA to a newly built archive in Santa Clarita, CA. The manpower and equipment included 18 crewmen working 9-10 hour days while averaging 7 to 8 truckloads per day for 5 weeks. Not a single film was lost or damaged, the project concluded a week early and within budget of the services requested.
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