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Corporate Moves....Beware the Change Order April 1, 2019

New York, New York
Corporate Moves....Beware the Change Order, New York, New York

Building out new office space and moving your company can be a daunting task.  Coordination of multiple vendors and trades can often times lead to confusion and a pile of dreaded “change orders” in order to make your new space a home.  These vendors and trades often times know when crucial information and details are omitted resulting in substantial additional costs as the project takes shape.

Our group has years of experience in corporate relocations from an IT and Audio Visual perspective.  Key to success is engaging early with the right partner.  Contact WPG if an upcoming move is in you organizations future.  We get it right!!! 

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