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Olympia Office Movers in Alexandria, VA recently completed a large hotel project on Fort Myer and are set to assist with a similar project on Fort Belvoir.
The project manager for both projects stated that “Olympia’s installers and movers are the best I have ever had in my 22 years in this industry…We know that our larger and more complex project at Ft. Belvoir will be a smooth as our first with Olympia.”
Fort Belvoir is set to renovate a 164 room hotel, which will serve as rooms for families of our men and women in the Army. This renovation will give families of our servicemen adequate housing while they visit their loved ones on base.
Do you need help preparing for a renovation or another type of commercial move? Please feel free to contact Despina Sidiropoulos in commercial business development at [email protected] or visit this link to set up a free estimate. We’d welcome the opportunity to discuss our services with you.
Howard University, located in Washington DC, first hired Olympia Moving & Storage in April 2012 for a small project on their NE campus. Since then, Howard University has used our services to remove old furniture from eight dormitories.
In August, we were called in to remove the contents from over 600 dorm rooms across the campus. After twelve trailer loads and working non-stop through three very hot days, Howard’s dorms were cleared and ready for some much needed remodeling.
More recently, Howard hired Olympia Moving to come back to their campus and empty an additional 200 dorm rooms. We were asked to accomplish the task in a two day window and on short notice. Howard’s campus staff was supposed to be taking a much needed vacation, but was asked to come in. Remarked one staff member, “I wasn’t too happy about having to work today, but when I saw Olympia arrive to work on my building, I knew it would be a short day.” Once again, we completed a large project under budget and before deadline.