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"Our laboratory is a very complex operation..."

I am writing to you in regards to our experience with Alexander's Mobility Services being responsible for the move of my Renal/Electron Microscopy Laboratory at Vanderbilt. Our laboratory is a very complex operation with multiple pieces of delecate equipment. Your staff was courteous, professional and made everything go extremely smoothly. I was most impressed by [your] consideration for moving all items carefully, promptly and to the correct location. All items that were packed had been handled beautifully, and not a single item broke during the move. Thank you so very much for being an important part of us being up and ready to take care of patients again the following Monday...

Agnes Fogo, M.D.
Professor of Pathology, Medicine and Pediatrics
Director, Division of Renal Pathology/Electron Microscopy

"...I have never worked with a moving company as organized and helpful as yours."

I wanted to formally thank you and your staff for the outstanding job done in moving our Office of Research Grants & Research Contracts offices. I have been involved in numerous intra-institutional moves in the 17+ years I have worked here, but I have never worked with a moving company as organized and as helpful as yours. Above all, we were extremely impressed with the quality of your moving staff. They were careful with our belongings, were polite to everyone involved, and were incredibly gracious and accommodating to helping my staff. Thank you again for the excellent service you and your staff provided -- both before and after our move...I would highly recommend Alexander's Mobility Services for any other moves at Vanderbilt.

Thanks again,
Connie Stone Chevalier
Director, Research Contracts
Office of Research
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

"I would choose to use this company again, and would recommend them to others."

I have worked with Bill Shears, and his crews from Alexander's for some months on the monumental project of planning, prepaaring for, packing and moving from research laboratories that have occupied the same space for many years into the new quarters in the newly constructed MRB III building and to other univesity spaces. The Alexander's staff has been most helpful and cooperative throughout the entire process. They have responded to our questions. They have accommodated our changes of plans, and they have made the process as palatable as possible. Mr. Shears has been sensitive to the individual concerns of the principal investigators affected by this move, and to the concerns of their lab members, while continuing to press toward the goal of completing the move in a timely manner. I would choose to use this company again, and would recommend them to others.

Marilyn E. Reel
Department of Biological Sciences