As the CEO, I sincerely appreciate any and all feedback clients provide me so I can better understand Moving Masters’ strengths and well as areas of improvement. I am exceptionally proud when I witness my team exceeding my expectations during a move. It’s even more gratifying when a client goes out of his or her way to inform me of a job well done. I received the following letter from the Business Services Manager at The George Washington University after a recent move.
There is something fascinating about watching a 2,000-pound, $350,000.00 electron microscope hanging 35 feet in the air by two 3-inch straps.
On September 3, 2013, Moving Masters was asked by George Washington University Hospital to relocate this machine and a dozen of its parts to a very difficult destination – 35 feet down into a basement stairwell, with just inches of tolerance on all sides.
There was another dynamic that, in its own way, was just as fascinating on a professional business level. As the rigging proceeded and the expert riggers efficiently went through the process of setting up and carrying out their tasks, the assembled clients went through a transformation.