The Epilepsy Centre “is a professional organisation committed to providing quality services to people living with epilepsy and improving community awareness and attitudes throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory”.
The Relocation of a Call Centre
We relocated a call centre for The Epilepsy Centre from Hindmarsh to Prospect, South Australia over the course of one weekend. For the move, we dismantled, relocated and reinstalled 20 office workstations. The constraints of the new office space meant we had to reconfigure the layout of the workstations to suit. We also relocated staff personal computers and other ICT equipment, as well as a quantity of office furniture.
We dismantled, removed, and recycled 16 workstations from the call centre through our Wise Office Furniture Program, which takes environmental responsibility for the life-cycle of ‘Furniture Fittings and Equipment’ (FF&E).
Being a not for profit, it was important that the move was as efficient and low cost as possible. Through our holistic suite of services including our Wise Office Furniture Program, we were able to complete the move quickly, efficiently, and at low cost to The Epilepsy Centre.
Dismantling, relocating and re-configuring old workstations is very technical and can be tricky because the workstations are intended for their original configuration. A niche set of skills and experience is required to complete this type of work competently. Egans have been moving, re-configuring, storing, selling, and, recycling office workstations day in and day out for the last 20 years. We can safely say that we are leaders in the management of second hand workstations in Australia.
Robyn Wakefield - Acting Chief Executive Officer
Egans were incredible. The Epilepsy Centre needed to move premises over a weekend, dissemble and re-erect an entire call centre within such a short period of time. Not only did they complete this within this time frame but went above and beyond. Extremely professional and friendly and the most cost efficient. Thank you so very much to all of your Team. Kind Regards, Robyn Wakefield.