Sometimes it is necessary to take the pieces apart
Change is never easy but with the current climate of mergers and acquisitions sometimes it’s necessary.
Our team of compassionate professionals appreciate the emotional toll and hardship it can cause. We approach the closure of a facility with empathy and understanding.
Bringing our team into the decommissioning process early allows us to fully understand and assess the need and build a close out team. By doing this we can set up team meeting/conference calls and collectively evaluate and limit unforeseen obstacles ultimately saving our clients time and money.
Our team can provide:
- Document Review
- Equipment / Asset Inventory
- Asset Deposition
- Review of Existing Contracts and Services for Cancellation
- Site Turn Back
Our decommissioning services include:
- Document Retention – Work with Iron Mountain or similar to review corporate retention policy and cataloging nomenclature. Coordinate the labeling and pick up of boxes for retainage.
- Document Destruction – Work with Shred It or similar to review corporate document destruction policy. Coordinate and label boxes and arrange for pick up for shredding.
Equipment / Asset Inventory
- Meet with client to develop inventory matrix protocol and nomenclature.
- Walk the site and document / photograph all assets and equipment at the location.
- Input data gathered into a client-approved matrix database and send to client and other client sites for review.
- Arrange and manage an organized auction initiative to ensure all equipment and assets are removed from site within a predetermined timeframe.
- Work with internal clients to transfer/ship assets to other facilities when applicable.
- Organize donations to local schools, fire departments, etc.
- Arrange for an environmentally conscious disposal initiative.
- Coordinate short term / long term storage.
- Manage and coordinate Hazardous/Bio-hazardous material disposal.
Review of Existing Contracts and Services for Cancellation
- Identify and cancel obsolete service contracts.
- Identify and secure resources to monitor and maintain building security (If building owned or still under lease).
Site Turn Back
- Review lease for turn back requirements.
- Walk the site(s) with landlord/owner representative to review existing conditions and document required repairs.
- Hire and manage professionals to complete the agreed lease required turn-back repairs and ensure repairs are done correctly and timely.