Moving Instructions

To facilitate orderly moves, all Tenant moves—into, out of, or within the building—must be coordinated through your Tenant representative who will notify the Property Management office of the proposed moving date. Doing so will allow us to make special arrangements for cleaning and Loading Dock access. The moving contractor should also contact the Property Management office so that access cards can be issued if necessary and Security can be notified.

Moving Hours:

Monday through Friday 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m.
Saturday All day
Sunday All day

Other evening or weekend hours may be accommodated through special arrangement.

Protective floor and wall covering materials must be installed when moving furniture or equipment in, out of, or within the building. The Tenant will be held responsible for damage caused by its personnel or moving company during any move or delivery in or out of the building. Damage to the carpets, doors, doorjambs, corners, walls, elevators, or other building fixtures will be repaired by the Property Management office and billed to the responsible Tenant.

A representative from the Property Management office will contact the moving company to set up a pre-move site walk through and inspection of the common areas and premises. After the move is completed, a second inspection will be conducted for any damage to walls, flooring, etc.

The moving contractor must provide evidence of liability insurance coverage which meets the requirements of contractors working in the building at least five (5) days prior to the day of the move.

Moving Procedures
Moving “start time” means arrival time on-site. Moving trucks may park in the Loading Dock and begin staging for the move no earlier than 6:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and at 6:00 p.m. on Friday.

If moving schedules change, contact the Property Management office with revisions.

Only one vehicle may be unloaded/loaded on the Loading Dock at one time.

Tenants must provide a telephone number in the building where they can be reached during the move. Provide a cellular phone or pager number whenever possible.

Please be respectful of express delivery companies (FedEx, DHL, UPS, etc.) and building service providers (staff, Security, janitorial, etc.). These deliveries and services are time-sensitive for all Tenants.

The Seattle Fire Code requires that all means of egress from the building be kept clear of obstruction materials. A clear pedestrian passageway four feet wide must be kept in the Loading Dock corridor and doorway at all times.

Clean ¼” thick Masonite sections must be used as runners on all finished floor areas where heavy furniture or equipment is being moved with wheel or sled type dollies. If 32” sheets of Masonite are used, they must be taped together to prevent sliding.

All walls, door facings, elevator cabs, and other areas along the delivery route will be inspected by the moving contractor, accompanied by Property Management staff, before and after the move. The moving contractor will provide and install protective coverings, as deemed necessary by Property Management, along the route of the move. Property Management reserves the right to be present at all moves.

Any damage to the building or fixtures caused by the move will be repaired by Property Management and paid for by the moving contractor and/or Tenant.

The moving contractor will remove any trash or refuse generated by the move from the building on the same day of the move.