Hansen Bros. Moves Museum of History & Industry
After an intensive RFP process that lasted over three months, Hansen Bros. Moving & Storage was selected as the exclusive mover for the relocation of the Museum of History & Industry, MOHAI. The museum was moved from its location in McCurdy Park to the transformed Naval Reserve Armory Building at Lake Union Park. The moving process spanned almost two years and the museum celebrated it's Grand Opening Celebration on December 29, 2012.
Hansen Bros. Moving & Storage was honored by the opportunity to provide our services to MOHAI as we know how important the museum is to our community. We were pleased to be mentioned in the January 2013 issue of My Journal Magazine. We also greatly appreciated the recognition graciously shared by Leonard Garfield, Executive Director of MOHAI during his appearance on KING 5 New Day Northwest. A clip of the show is provided below.
I had contacted Two men and a Truck and they referred me to Hansen Bros. as their office location was much closer to our move. I really want to let you folks know how very pleased we were with your workers from the Lynnwood office. Bobby, Sam, and Johnny were amazing, very respectful, and used their time wisely to give us the best service possible in moving my mother's belongings to senior living. They were especially careful with the items moved, and had helpful suggestions when trying to problem solve the placing of Mom's hutch and other pieces of furniture. I would most definitely recommend these men, and would love to use their services as needed in the future. Kudos to this crew, and thank you so much for your company's excellence of service. — Paul & Ruth B., 9/14/2017See What 2,591 Customers are Saying