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Kane Manages Move in Overland Park, Kansas – September 2021

One of Kane’s long time national clients relocated approximately 5,000/sq.ft. to a Regus Executive Suite center. A huge downsize for this engineering company! Staff is working mostly remotely now and will continue to do so with only occasional visits to the office. We leased two executive suites for their use which will house 5-6 people part time.  We also found them an off-site storage unit to store all of their engineering testing equipment.  Despite the downsize, the staff was very positive and enjoying their new offices.

CoreNet Networking Event September 30, 2021

Courtesy of Thomas Valdez at HITT General Contractors, Kane was invited to one of the first face-to-face panel events at CoreNet on Diversity and Inclusion.  The event was on the 30th floor of one of DTLA high rise commercial buildings and about 90 people in corporate real estate attended. It was a very educational event and the panel of speakers was excellent.  

On the Move Again!

Kane helped a client in Woodland Hills move some items over to the Sherman Oaks Galleria on Tuesday, Aug. 31.  The movers got lucky and the sun wasn’t blazing down on them for a change.  (See pics below.)

Downtown Non-Profit Relocation

Kane relocates a non-profit organization in downtown Los Angeles from 12,000 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft. The organization moved from the 19th floor to 15th floor in the same building. This is truly a sign of the times, during this crazy pandemic, to save money on office space that is no longer needed.

Downsizing

Like so many other companies, The Kane Offices are downsizing and becoming more efficient.  We have an extra L desk and some pictures that need a home. All items are in excellent condition. Please make us an offer and pick them up!

Music Reports Relocates to High Rise in Woodland Hills

We moved Music Reports from two one-story buildings to the 14th floor of a high rise. Pictured are team members Barb, Kristi, and our mover Eric from MSI. We successfully relocated 75 employees and their belongings (although most employees are still working from home (except for IT and HR)).

The Downside of Vending During a Pandemic

One of our clients whose offices were shut down for 16+ months – who is now moving – asked us to contact their vending company to take away 5 vending machines that had not been touched in 16 months.  Look at all the food/beverage they had to get rid of prior to moving the machines!

Relax! It’s only ones and zeros!

Phil, a computer tech wizard and friend of Kane, fixes the Office Manager’s computer. As a thank you, we took Phil out to dinner at W’s in Redondo Beach.