Dexion has worked closely with the government for many years.
It places priority on the following items: - Improve workflow and increase productivity - Ensure accurate record keeping - Control unauthorized access and boost security - Consolidate operations - Save space and create room for growth - Maximize storage capacity. For any government department considering its storage and office requirements, Dexion has to be the smartest choice.
In order to streamline operations, the CSIRO began consolidating its library collections and relocating material to a National Storage facility in the ACT
At any one time there are over 300,000 records filed on site at Concord Hospital. A shelving storage system upgrade was required as a result of a hospital merger
NZ Police Force
A significant building upgradee of the NZ Police Molesworth St facility saw a number of floors fully gutted, demolished and refitted
Parramatta Justice Precinct
Dexion was awarded a contract worth around $1m to supply, fabricate and install a series of Compactus storage units and other office storage equipment
Brisbane Supreme Court
With 20,000 new files being opened each year and many matters taking more than a year to complete, the result is an evergrowing repository of critical documents that need to be sorted, stored, retrieved and preserved.
University of Queensland - Gatton Campus
Storing over a century's worth of literature, journals and magazines, the university's space is at a premium. By 2011, it was in such urgent need of additional storage