Facilities Operations and Capital Planning

Moving Procedures

Office Move Information

  1. Office Equivalency — Major furniture items, such as, desks, credenzas, book shelves, file cabinets, etc. are purchased for a space and the furniture should remain in the space when individuals move, if, there is functionally equivalent furniture in the new space. (Desk chairs will be relocated with the individual). Equivalency shall be evaluated by Facilities Operations and Capital Planning in cooperation with the appropriate dean or director, working with the end user. Furniture will be evaluated to determine if it is reusable or should be replaced.
  2. Purchase Responsibility — Each department is responsible for purchasing new furniture if needed. Furniture for new positions will be provided for the college.

    See Also: Furniture Standards and Procedures
  3. Window of Time — Each approved move request should include a preferred window of time in which the move is to take place. A two to three week window is optimal to assist Facilities Operations and Capital Planning in planning a trouble-free move. In larger moves a designated coordinator will develop a schedule with Facilities Operations and Capital Planning and IT0.
  4. Room Services Assessment — Planning the move will include consideration of desk/computer locations in the receiving space areas to minimize rewiring and changing services. Existing electrical, data and telephone utilities will be revised whenever practical.
  5. Campus Move Procedures — All individuals involved in a move should review these "Campus Move Procedures" also located on the Facilities Operations and Capital Planning Web Page in advance of the move.
  6. Moving Items — Facilities Operations and Capital Planning will assemble, disassemble and move all major furniture. Please do not attempt to move furniture yourself.
  7. Personal Items — TMCC will provide all major office furniture items desks, conference tables, bookcases, etc. as needed. College supplied furniture will not be substituted by personally owned furniture (desk chairs are an exception). Individuals are welcome to decorate private offices with personal items such as lamps, photographs, rugs and plants. Personal decorations are not permitted in common areas including hallways, lobbies, the student center and restrooms.
  8. Point of Contact — A single point of contact (a move coordinator) should be assigned by the division or department for all moves that include three or more spaces.
  9. Fixed Assets — Remember when relocating fixed assets or sensitive items a Property Transfer Form is required. For help with this contact Jodi Law.

Campus Moving Procedures

View the campus moving frequently asked questions.

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