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Imaginea Energy

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Imaginea Energy is acutely focused on sustainability as a core value of their business. Part of that focus is working within as small a space as possible, reducing the use of utilities, and reducing their environmental impact. Their storage requirements were growing as their company grew, so they needed a space-efficient storage system that would match their décor, and be consistent with their eco-friendly business philosophy.

2017-04-07T16:22:12+00:00

Global Training Expansion

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Global Training had experienced growth at their facility near Strathmore east of Calgary, as their safety training reputation gained recognition in the Oil and Gas industry. Their new facility is outfitted with beautiful designs, creating a welcoming work environment that communicates the core values of the company. They needed a storage system for their active, and archived files, and they needed the active files stored in the least amount of finished space as possible. The archived files would be stored in boxes in their warehouse facility, so the shelving had to be economical and strong.

2017-04-13T11:36:50+00:00

Shaw Security Cages

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Shaw Communications in Calgary needed to address security concerns in two areas of their Hopewell location. In the first area, their internal IT teams require secure access to expensive tools and equipment. With various teams having the same access to inventory, tracking had become difficult. Additionally, in Shaw’s busy warehouse they often have suppliers, visitors, and sometimes unauthorized personnel enter the warehouse. This created the risk of unauthorized access to inventory. It was an obvious security risk that Shaw needed to eliminate.

2017-04-07T16:22:12+00:00

Cardinal Energy LTD

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When Cardinal Energy LTD began to grow and amalgamate with other energy companies, their file storage needs changed dramatically. They now had to find a way to stay organized with various filing systems and a higher volume of records than before. They had already maxed the space they had with static shelving, and were looking for a creative solution to add storage to the space without expanding the footprint.

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

City of Calgary Security

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The City of Calgary Corporate Security is part of the Law Department of the municipality. Sensitive information must be kept strictly confidential, but the space they had dedicated to filing was running out as the department and operations grew. A mobile file storage system was considered, but the sensitive documents inside demanded the system would meet Federal Security & Fire Protection Design requirements? Could access be restricted while still allowing water to flow in to meet code? Was mobilizing the files even possible?

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

Calgary Drilling Company

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A local drilling company had moved into the beautiful new skyscraper at Eighth Avenue Place. With downtown Calgary real estate coming at a premium, they had to maximize the space they had for profit producing people, while still keeping important records accessible. The space they reserved for records and storage was too small to hold their files. The challenge was in deciding where the compromise should be made: Should they have fewer offices? How about paying for off-site storage and consequently interrupting workflow? What about the sensitive information that had to be accessed frequently, such as HR files?

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

Architectural Dilemma

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Marshall Tittermore Architects were running out of space to securely store their sprawling Boxed Files and Rolled Plans which they were required to retain. The options they considered were to store their files off site, expand, or renovate the storage area. The files had to be accessible; off-site storage would not accommodate this, and would be too costly to be viable. Protection and preservation were of the files was of the utmost importance.

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

Data Processing Firm

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A Data Processing firm needed to economically expand their static shelving system to accommodate their growth. They considered an electric mobile shelving system to increase capacity while maximizing floor space, however they required faster access than electric could provide. Another main concern was the weight load their raised-deck computer flooring could handle.

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

Energy Company

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A local energy company had changed locations frequently and relied on a short term “band-aid” way out for their filing: a box based system that they could move when necessary. Upon settling into a permanent location, the box system became increasingly cumbersome to access for staff, wasting employee time and ultimately company money. Employees were using step ladders on uneven floors and ramps to access heavy boxes on the top shelves, compromising their safety and creating significant liability for the company.

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

F12 Networks: Piled High

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A local drilling company had moved into the beautiful new skyscraper at Eighth Avenue Place. With downtown Calgary real estate coming at a premium, they had to maximize the space they had for profit producing people, while still keeping important records accessible. The space they reserved for records and storage was too small to hold their files. The challenge was in deciding where the compromise should be made: Should they have fewer offices? How about paying for off-site storage and consequently interrupting workflow? What about the sensitive information that had to be accessed frequently, such as HR files?

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

Law Library

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A prestigious Vancouver law firm asked their interior design team for a corporate library that would leave a strong, lasting impression with clients. They needed it to fit into half the space of their current library, while maintaining the capacity. The library had to reflect Quality, Strength, Order and Efficiency– values the firm took pride in.

2017-04-07T16:22:13+00:00

Storage for Law Office

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A national law firm was planning a major move, and required filing cabinets for their records. They contacted us to place a simple order of traditional cabinets, which was a viable solution for them in the short term. When a Foothills Systems consultant began looking at their long term needs, they realised the space these cabinets would occupy was very wasteful, and left almost no room for future growth.

2017-04-07T16:22:14+00:00

Oil Well Files

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An exploration company needed an efficient storage and access solution for their well files. The financial resources used to find and drill for oil demands that the information retrieved is kept in easily, and instantly accessible files. When the number of files begins to build up, the options for how to store them becomes limited. Storing files off-site means extra storage costs, and delayed access, causing lapses in diligence by staff. Storing them on-site required expansion of the filing area, meaning down-sized employee workspaces, or a costly expansion of the building. Even if the files were stored on site, how could they manage such a large and growing quantity? What if a file was misplaced, how could they find it? How much time would employees waste looking for it?

2017-04-07T16:22:14+00:00

Western Law Firm

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A Western Canadian law firm was moving to a new location and needed to maximize their filing in a high traffic area behind reception. They had no other on-site location that was suitable, and off-site storage would be costly, hinder workflow, and waste company time. Both employees and clients would pass by the cabinets, so security and aesthetics were important. The files were filled with sensitive information that, if mishandled or misplaced, would create serious risk to the firm.