In August 2022, Mcorp was engaged by the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB), to plan and undertake the relocation of their laboratory in Burwood, to their new locations in Port Melbourne and Dandenong.
Mcorp collaborated closely with ARRB to facilitate their relocation. Working closely with the management team, Mcorp completed thorough and detailed site-specific inductions to ensure the transition was as seamless as possible.
One of the primary challenges of the relocation was the safe transport of delicate laboratory equipment to two separate sites. Mcorp's team of relocation specialists, equipped with extensive experience in handling sensitive instruments, skilfully managed the packing, transportation, and delivery process with precision and care.
Mcorp’s commitment to excellence extends beyond just the physical relocation aspect. A dedicated single resource was provided (Project Manager Hayley Carlson) to mitigate any potential risks and uncertainties that could arise during the project.
Australian Road Research Board (ARRB)
- Relocation of specialised equipment (fridges, ovens, condensers, glassware, industrial weight scales, compressors, splitters, hot plates, samples, and materials).
- Project management of the relocation with a dedicated single point of contact for the total duration of the relocation project
- Preparation of a relocation strategy for the laboratory and the business units being relocated.
- Regular communications and meetings with specialist relocation contractors to ensure the progression of requirements was met, possible issues were eliminated, and deadlines were clear.
- On-site supervision and coordination of disassembly and reassembly of equipment and moving of heavy equipment and machinery.
- Audit and documentation of the condition of machinery/equipment being relocated.
- Relocation of large shipping containers.
- Mcorp utilised the services of Marair to safely relocate nuclear gauges.