Notable Projects

L’Oréal

When it came time for L’Oréal to relocate to their brand new Hudson Yards headquarters, they entrusted their longstanding partner, Globe Storage & Moving, with the task. This 400,000 square foot move was not only complicated in scope, but extreme flexibility was required on Globe’s part, as construction delays consistently altered the schedule, and even forced last minute moves into swing space. Adding to the complexity of the project, this was the first-ever move into Hudson Yards; because of this, Globe needed to navigate through multiple union trade issues and freight limitations. All in all, Globe not only relocated 1,800 employees from 5 different locations, but we were responsible for the packing/unpacking of all Senior Executives, common area files, technology, storage rooms, and sample rooms; the laying of all interior protection; and the installation of select furniture.

Fiduciary Trust/Franklin Templeton

Fiduciary Trust/Franklin Templeton, an esteemed investment and wealth management firm, partnered with Globe to complete their 120,000 square foot move into 280 Park Avenue. The success of this move relied on Globe’s ability to successfully manage and execute the technology aspect of the project. Not only were we responsible for the disconnect/reconnect of all 400 employee PCs, but prior to the move, we successfully performed all pre-cabling within the new office. In addition, Globe was responsible for all move management; the laying of interior protection; and the packing/unpacking of all common area files and technology. Overall, the move was seamlessly completed, on time and on budget.

Norton Rose & Fulbright LLP

Norton Rose & Fulbright, a leading international law firm, entrusted Globe to manage and execute the entirety of their relocation into 1301 Avenue of the Americas. With numerous construction delays, Globe was not only required to remain flexible, but to also be proactive in order to avoid additional delays and costs. Overall, Globe was responsible for all move management; the laying of interior protection; the installation of select furniture; the disconnect/reconnect of all technology; and the packing/unpacking of all attorneys and staff, central records, technology, and their onsite library.

Chanel

As one of the most iconic fashion brands, Chanel’s massive relocation project beginning in the summer of 2016, proved to be nothing short of a herculean task. With three separate origin offices, moves were simultaneously completed in and out of all three buildings; construction constraints also caused multiple moves into swing space, and severe freight restrictions at 9 West 57th Street required a creative use strategy. In addition to successfully navigating the complicated logistics, Globe was responsible for packing/unpacking high value merchandise, common area files, technology, and all Executive offices; the laying of interior protection; and the installation of select furniture.

MUFG Americas - Union Bank & Mitsubishi Securities

Union Bank and Mitsubish Securities, two subsidiaries of MUFG Americas, relocated and restacked within their updated headquarters at 1221 Avenue of the Americas. For this project, 1,000 employees were not only relocated into the building, but 350 existing employees were simultaneously reshuffled within the occupied floors. Adding to the complexity, construction delays caused multiple schedule changes; Globe thus needed to remain proactive and flexible throughout the entire project. Moreover, throughout the project, Globe was also responsible for the disconnect/reconnect of all PCs – including the complex setups of 200 Traders; the laying of interior protection; the installation of select furniture; and the packing/unpacking of all common area files, technology, and Executive offices.

Credit Suisse

At Credit Suisse’s 11 Madison Avenue headquarters, Globe has been responsible for relocating 2,200 traders over the past 2 years through 3 separate internal projects. For each project, Globe laid interior protection and packed/unpacked all common area files, technology, and Executive offices. Additionally, Globe successfully dismantled and removed a 700 person trading desk, which is currently stored in our Maspeth warehouse; this removal alone amounted to 50 total truckloads!

New York Life Insurance, Co.

For their move into their brand new Jersey City location, New York Life Insurance, Co. entrusted Globe with the task. With their entire Parsippany, NJ headquarters needing to be vacated, Globe utilized trailers in order to cost effectively move over 50 traditional truckloads of inventory. Throughout the project, Globe was also responsible for laying all interior protection; storing select inventory as construction was completed within their Jersey City office; and packing/unpacking all common area files, technology, and storage rooms.

King & Spalding

While renovating their 100,000 square foot space at 1185 Avenue of the Americas, King & Spalding – a renowned international law firm – trusted Globe to help manage the process. As construction was completed on each floor, Globe successfully restacked and backfilled employees throughout three phases. In addition to move services, Globe was also responsible for all project management; the laying of interior protection; the installation of all Partner furniture, as well as the redesign and installation of high density shelving; and the packing/unpacking of all common area files, technology, Partner and Associate offices, and storage rooms.

Neuberger Berman

For Neuberger Berman’s massive relocation into 1290 Avenue of the Americas, they entrusted Globe – their partner of over twenty years – with the task. With five scheduled phases, and about 200 truckloads of inventory designated for relocation, Globe was able to showcase our logistical talents by completing this massive project with little interruption to the firm. In addition to move services, Globe was also responsible for the laying of all interior protection, and the packing/unpacking of all Managing Directors, common area files, technology, and storage rooms.