Bringing together two sites without operational disruption

Games Workshop

Scope

When the world’s most successful table top fantasy and futuristic battle games company, Games Workshop, decided to merge two of its distribution stores it required a full refit of the 2,000 sq ft packing area without interrupting production, a challenge with the company operating 24 hours, 5 days a week!

Our solution

We Installed a 17,200 sq ft mezzanine floor to maximise space, installed a goods lift to service the new floor area – allowing pallets to be taken from the ground floor up to the first floor quickly and efficiently, and supplied fire protection to the underside of the mezzanine floor, along with power and lighting. We did all this during evenings and weekends to overcome the challenge of installing in a working environment.

What we did

  • Arrow Installed a 17,200 sq ft mezzanine floor to maximise space
  • Arrow To overcome the problems of installing in a working environment we carried out the refit at night and weekends
  • Arrow Installed a goods lift to service the new floor area, allowing pallets to be taken from the ground floor up to the first floor quickly and efficiently
  • Arrow Supplied fire protection to the underside of the mezzanine floor, along with power and lighting

Butler & Willow provided a thoroughly professional service which delivered our mezzanine on time and within budget. In all phases of the project, they exceeded our expectations.

Tom Howard at Games Workshop