Commercial Steel Buildings

>> Saturday, July 9, 2011

On my way to my work passing through the metropolitan traffic I saw again the new commercial steel building at the home depot. I heard that they’re going to use it as a combined warehouse and furniture store for supplying the needs of the offices in the business district area nearby. We actually bought our office furniture in that same area and will forward to visiting the new store in our future requirements.

I love walking through spacious warehouse stores and seeing through variety of home and office furniture available. They really need a big location for their kind of stuff and having a building made of steel is a good choice as it has strong resistance to storm and earthquake. These days you should be very careful in choosing the materials in constructing a building and you have to consider several factors like structural strength, resistance to natural disasters, affordability and the interior design of the building.


Supplies and Stocks Arrangement

I’ve finished arranging my things in the office last week. The largest filing cabinet was assigned in my room to hold various receipt booklets, forms, office supplies and installation disk and manuals for PC and all office equipment. I did some inventory too and after the arrangement I felt quite good that I’ve finally made it. I was quite busy with application for accreditation and some other works that I waited for some days before I changed the arrangement.


I was planning to keep the installation disks and computer manuals in computer cabinets together with the laptop for easy storage and access. It’s better to keep them in a separate cabinet for security reason. I don’t want them stored with the office supplies as they need to be stored carefully because most of them are delicate and should be used with proper care and handling.


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