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BACKGROUND

Tom was in urgent need of help to determine the best and safest storage solution for the company’s new facility and needed assistance getting permits approved. Our team quickly got to work, revising the floor plan, determining and obtaining the material needed, supporting the customer while undergoing inspections, obtaining the revised high pile storage and city permits and finally delivery and installation.

NEEDS

  • Re-engineered floor plan
  • Permit revisions and approvals

CHALLENGES

1.

Slab Specifications

The competitor failed to properly engineer the facility’s pallet racking design because they incorrectly measured the depth of the concrete slab.

2.

Rejected Permits

The customer was left with rejected permits from another company that was not capable of getting permits approved.

Solutions

Customer Support

We helped Tom determine the best and safest storage solution for the company’s new facility. Our delivery and in-house install team operated quickly and delivered on time.

Permit Expertise

Our in-house Permit Experts were quickly able to optimize the floor plan by applying all Building Code regulations into the warehouse design, educated the customer on all building and high pile permit codes and worked to get their racking permits approved.

Warehouse Industry Knowledge

QMH re-engineered the pallet racking design with the correct slab specifications and providing the proper racking materials to support the loads.

“The installation team was perfect, pretty good process!”

Tom T.

General Manager

Customer Testimonial - Revising Racking Design & Permits in Irvine, CA

Tom is the warehouse manager for a company in Irvine, CA that sells power transmission and mechanical products such as chains, bearings and sprockets. He first reached out to us last January but ended up moving forward with another company. During the process, the competitor failed to properly engineer the facility’s pallet racking design because they incorrectly measured the depth of the concrete slab. The issues with the engineering calculations resulted in the rejection of the high pile storage and city permits.

 

Tom was in urgent need of help to determine the best and safest storage solution for the company’s new facility and needed assistance getting permits approved. Our Assistant Sales Manager, David Haunte, was able to assist in making the necessary adjustments including re-engineering the pallet racking design with the correct slab specifications and providing the proper racking materials to support the loads.

Our team quickly got to work, revising the floor plan, determining and obtaining the racking material needed, supporting the customer while undergoing inspections, obtaining the revised high pile storage and city permits and finally delivery and installation of the pallet racking system.

Here at QMH we understand that acquiring permits for your storage racks can be a difficult and confusing process. With QMH you can be assured that the process will be organized, streamlined, and transparent. Learn more about the importance on finding the correct company for permit processing.