With a combined experience of 25 years, the two principle installers at Shelving Wellington have developed techniques and “know how” to cope with any magnitude of shelving installation.
From a single bay for storing files in a cupboard to large movable archival storage of 50,000 shelves and more, they have designed specialised trolleys, jigs and lifting equipment to enable projects of any scale to be carried out efficiently and with minimal impact on surrounding personnel and infrastructure.
Over the last 14 years they have been been involved in projects for most government departments, and have security clearance to carry out work in some of the most secure sites in New Zealand.
Projects have included libraries at public, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions, shelving fitouts for some of the leading names in retailing, and large installations of staff lockers for major food processing plants, transport companies and commodity distribution facilities. Their first major job was the relocation of a storage facility for Te Papa in 2000 and since then they have done over 2500 installations.
While most of their work is carried out in the greater Wellington region, they have undertaken projects from Auckland to Invercargill- Travel is not a problem.
One of the things they take pride in is that they have never failed to complete a job on time, they do whatever it takes to meet a deadline. This is probably the most important factor in any project as there is usually an extremely tight time frame for constructing and loading shelving and it all has to run smoothly.