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The corporate relocation process has four major components:
Facility Acquisition. The process begins when a company assesses their situation to determine whether a relocation makes good sense for their company. If so, then the process continues to identify their relocation criteria for the new facility and conduct the facility search until the right property is selected and the lease or purchase agreement is ratified.
Construction Build-Out of the New Office. Once the office agreement is signed, there will likely be work that has to be done to make the new office suitable to your business operations. It could be a full demolition and construction of the space or just some minor work, such as fresh paint and carpet replacement.
Business/Staff Relocation. Planning to relocate your fully-functioning business and staffing to the new site is a key component of the process. A team is created and works together to develop a move strategy and a schedule. The team will manage the many details involved with transitioning the office contents, the operating systems, and staffing to the new location.
Tenant Move-In. This final part of the process brings everything to completion. The new facility is fully prepared to support the business operations at this point, and the business contents and systems are relocated there on the selected move date. The process concludes when the contents have all arrived at the new office and the operating systems are all functioning at full capacity.
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