Relocation Management

We are experts in project management for handling the move process. 

Are you moving to a new building or changing floors in the same building? We can make the move seamless for your staff and minimize the time lost in the process. 

It can be overwhelming to manage the many moving pieces associated with a relocation. At KGO, our relocation experts will guide you through your planning, coordination and implementation

Our team becomes an extension of your real estate operations team and we are able to

    • Assess all components of your organization to develop a move plan that best aligns with your company’s interests and goals 
    • Assist in evaluation of existing furniture for re-use, which can result in significant cost savings for your project, while maintaining your objectives 
    • Clear and concise communication, so your employees are always in the know and are fully prepared (even have a little fun on the way!) 

Ultimately, you’ll have a smooth transition to your new space, so that you can continue focusing on your primary business objectives, with minimal staff interruption and limited downtime. 

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Day-to-Day Moves, Adds, and Changes

Providing dedicated on-site relocation managers to proactively manage on-going moves, adds, and changes, including employees, furniture, organizational restructures and restacks.

Major Relocation Projects

We go beyond coordination by providing our clients with the materials and knowledge to prepare each employee for all industry relocations, renovations and headquarter restacks. We take the lead in the move schedule, budget, vendor procurement and furniture coordination, move supervision and post move support.

Fixtures, Furniture, and Equipment (FF&E) Management

Our experts specify new furniture, inventory existing furniture for reuse, and develop space plans to align with your organization's goals. We manage furniture procurement, supervise installation, and coordinate all punch-list items through post move occupancy.

Let’s start with one project.