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Slotted Refrigerated Evidence Locker
Protecting evidence and planning for future growth
Biological evidence needs to be refrigerated to ensure its integrity for analysis.
Evidence collected at a crime scene might include larger items like clothing or bedding as well as smaller items. That’s why this refrigerated evidence locker, which is about the size of a residential refrigerator, is divided into six secure compartments with three compartments equipped with a drop slot. Officers can deposit multiple small items via the drop slot, freeing up space in the larger compartments. A toothed flap helps maintain a secure chain of custody by preventing someone from reaching in after evidence has been deposited.
Ensuring safety and readiness
Weapons racks and custom cabinets organize weapons in an armory
Inventory control is vital in military armories, where lost or missing weapons could leave soldiers unprepared or endanger personnel. Even the most sophisticated electronic inventory tracking systems can’t be used as intended if weapons are disorganized within the armory itself.
Staff at this armory were dealing with three issues: an impending lack of storage space for incoming weapons, an on-going lack of storage for spare barrels and boxed items, and the disorganization that resulted from the need for more flexible components to store everything properly.
The local Spacesaver consultant worked with them and with Spacesaver’s engineering team to solve all three problems at once.
Day use lockers in Manhattan
Offering aesthetics, peace of mind, and optimized space
The design team for this activity-based workplace needed to create an appealing office environment while also optimizing expensive square footage in the heart of Manhattan.
The perimeter of the new office featured shared workspaces with large windows and views of Times Square and the surrounding area, and the corridors and work areas toward the building’s core also needed to be bright and welcoming.
Modern shelving, timeless character
Wood-clad steel shelving in the Library of Congress
Library furnishings need to meet modern expectations, even when they’re located in historic buildings. That was the case in this reading room in the Jefferson Building at the Library of Congress.
Materials stored in the room are changed out frequently, so the librarians wanted the convenient adjustability of steel shelving. They also wanted the shelving to blend in with the room’s historic character, so they worked with their local Spacesaver consultant and with Spacesaver’s Joint Projects team to design a solution.
More space for more soldiers
Right-sized lockers save space and make room for growth
Spacesaver consultants are experts in space optimization, and they can often save clients the expense of new construction by re-thinking how areas are used and designing solutions that are a better fit for the space that’s available.
That was the case at an Idaho National Guard unit where soldiers were using lockers that were worn out and too small to accommodate their gear.
Modern Technology in Library Stacks
Helping a library upgrade to meet patrons’ needs
Libraries are constantly changing to better serve their patrons, and Spacesaver is proud to help.
Nearly fifteen years after Spacesaver installed shelving throughout Seattle’s Central Library, library staff noticed that patrons wanted computer kiosks in the stacks. They asked the local Spacesaver consultant to help find a way to power computer monitors and create a convenient station for patrons to stash their books.
CUSTOM ATHLETIC LOCKERS
A secure, durable option for sports programs
A Wisconsin high school needed to renovate its locker room to create a more secure and organized space for student athletes. The school’s “budget” lockers were damaged to the point that they were no longer secure, and school officials were dealing with theft complaints at least once a week.
The school wanted to invest in more durable lockers so coaches could focus on developing athletes rather than investigating thefts.