Growing up I was nerd. There…I said it….nerd. I was always good at it, especially math. So when I chose a degree in engineering, it just seemed to fit…until I got closer and closer to graduation. I didn’t want to sit in a cubicle all day and live my life as they do in office space. I wanted to do my own thing and make a real difference. So I started a restaurant…bad idea, but good experience. And then Movegreen…now that was a good fit. How is being an engineer a good fit for moving? Its all in the logical thinking.
Moving is a learned profession and have great logic skills is imperative to making sure large scale jobs are completed correctly. There must be a plan or the move will fail. So recently when we took on two large school moves, it was up to me to make sure everything went smoothly. Prior to the move there was a basic plan set, then as each day progressed the plan would be revised based on the needs of the school. Even though both moves were complicated and the plan had completely changed from our original, it was the logic and planning that kept the move going smoothly and sometime effortlessly.
Phase 1 of each school has been completed, ahead of schedule, and we are now waiting for the construction to complete so we can complete Phase 2. I will add pictures along with an update once all the schools have been completed.
To be continued…
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