If you are moving your office, you should be aware that the priorities of this sort of relocation can be very different from those surrounding a household move. Planning is the most crucial factor and this should begin several weeks in advance, with staff members also given adequate preparation for the move.
While you are in the process of making an office move you also need to make certain that the preparation for the move does not derail the everyday activities of the office. If the move is properly planned out and executed, the good news is that there is no reason why any working days should be wasted while all of this is going on.
You cannot pull off an office move by yourself, so you will need to find a moving company that has experience in moving an office. The great majority of companies that move offices are professional and experienced, and will be able to deal with the rigors of moving both office furniture and electronic equipment. It is also a good idea for you to come up with a floor plan of the new office so that the staff know where they are going to be working and the moving company knows where heavy office furniture and equipment is going to go.
Before the move to your brand new office you should take measurements of the space that is available there, as this will assist with the creation of the floor plan.