From private practices to laboratories to complete hospitals, Armstrong provides comprehensive healthcare relocation services through a single source of accountability, easing you and your patients’ transition into your new space.

  • Project management
  • Move management
  • Initial outfitting and transition (IOT)
  • Transition planning and relocation
  • Interstate transportation
  • HIPPA-compliant files and records moving
  • Library moving
  • Biomedical equipment disconnect/reconnect
  • Sensitive equipment handling
  • Warehousing and distribution
  • Asset management
  • Full decommission
  • Furniture installation
  • Furniture reconfiguration
  • Furniture cleaning and refurbishing
  • Fixtures installation
  • Hangables
  • Debris removal/recycling
  • Interior signage
  • Liquidation

Contact us to learn more about how Armstrong can handle your capital project with care.

Request a free quote from any Armstrong location today!

  • "From packing, to moving out, to driving our household goods to MD, and unloading, everyone did an excellent job. Thank you!"
    A.B., June 2015
  • "Our move coordinator was very helpful and knowledgeable.  She was constantly a resource for questions and direction.  She called me regularly to make sure we felt comfortable with the process."
    D.R., June 2015
  • "Paul and Jeff handled our move from start to finish.  They packed, loaded and delivered our household goods.  Excellent representation of your company. They did a wonderful job!"
    T.B., July 2015
  • "We had very respectful and nice individuals that handled our move.  They ask a little about you which creates more trust between both parties.  The end result is a very smooth transition."
    D.M., June 2015
  • "Our packers were very professional, courteous and were a hard working team. They were very accommodating with our needs and time commitments and their personable personalities made the move less stressful. Our mover was also a very diligent, hard worker. He was very thorough and worked with us to get items placed where we needed it."
    P.S., June 2015