The combination of commercial removal and storage services with an environmentally and cost effective furniture management program is an attractive proposition for large corporate entities, government departments and universities.
Andrew Egan, founder and managing director of Egans, says his company’s unique approach is of particular appeal to the tertiary sector because campuses are like “mini-cities” that are constantly on the move With student populations upwards of 50,000 in some cases, the demand for removals and storage services is huge.
It also helps that the company can fit-out office spaces with 100 per cent used furniture for between 50 and 150 people – delivering high quality commercial furniture brands at half the price of new.
The Egans team takes care of the fit out from start to finish, working with architects and interior designers to source and install high-quality secondhand workstations, furniture and fittings. Once the fit-out is finished they complete the project by moving the client into the new space.
As well as the likes of the University of Melbourne and the University of New South Wales in the tertiary sector, Egans services government agencies, such as the Australian Taxation Office, and large corporates, such as Carlton & United Breweries.