Bioscience, Libraries and Universities
2017 was a great year! We completed a number of projects across a wide array of industries.
To celebrate the start of 2018, we are looking back at some of these installations that highlight three of our priority markets: Bioscience, Libraries and Universities, and Museums.
We look forward to serving more great clients like these in 2018. Stay tuned to our “Success Stories” blog for updates!
Evotec, a drug discovery alliance and development partnership company, recently engaged with Integral Storage Solutions to outfit one of its facilities in Branford, Connecticut. Evotec focuses on rapidly progressing innovative product approaches with leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
Compact mobile shelving from Integral Storage Solutions will help Evotec to maximize space, protect inventory and control storage costs.
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
The Stowe Center has a substantial collection to be preserved that includes 6,000 objects and over 200,000 manuscripts.
We captured this video on a tour of the renovated facility with Project Curator Cindy Cormier:
Part of the preservation project called for an effective solution to rack and store the textiles of the center’s collection. Integral Storage Solutions installed a large-scale rolling carriage that will allow for intelligent use of space without compromising preservation of the textiles.
University of Hartford: Allen Library
The University of Hartford began expansion and renovation of its libraries in May 2016, and the project was completed in May 2017. The goal was to bring the physical space, technology, and infrastructure of the Libraries in line with the evolving understanding of teaching and learning for the university community of learners, scholars, creators, and supporters.
Integral Storage Solutions installed a mechanical storage system for the Allen Memorial Library which houses music and dance materials and supports The Hartt School programs.
“The aisles are very wide…and it is a pleasant browsing experience,” says Tracey Rudnick, head of the library.
Check out the system in action in this video shot by the University.