All Points Moving is proud to be a local Houston mover, and starting this month, we’re celebrating some of Houston’s best attractions and events—then asking, “what if we were moving them?” Get excited about moving, and get excited about Houston! This month: The Space Center Houston! Wow! What an exciting place to move!
Houston Space Center | http://spacecenter.org/
If you’re not familiar with the Houston Space Center, you must be living on the moon! It is the official visitor center for the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center—NASA’s center for space flight activities. If you remember “Houston, we have a problem,” then you’ve heard of them. In the 60’s, NASA’s mission control was located near here (you can tour the mission control facilities when you visit the Space Center). Today, the Space Center stands as a monument to NASA’s accomplishments, serves as an all ages interactive educational resource, and offers programs where school children can experience what it’s like to work for NASA.
Everyone in Houston should visit the Space Center at least once in their lives, but we have to imagine that moving the Space Center would require more than a single trip! Let’s blast off on an imagination vacation in T-minus 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…
What Would It Be Like to Move the Space Center?
First off: Space Rocks. The Space Center has plenty of them, and you have to imagine that they’re too heavy to comfortably lift and carry around without professional assistance. NASA scientists may know their stuff, but this is a job for the pros! They need a mover. We would build custom crates for these scientific treasures transport with a temperature controlled truck. That ought to do the trick.
Sensitive Computer Equipment: Moving sensitive computer equipment is one of our specialties. We do it all the time. We have the experience, we have the equipment, we have the manpower. Sensitive computer equipment moved in perfect condition, on time, and in a cost effective manner? Check.
Space Shuttles: These things are hundreds of feet tall and can weigh up to one hundred of tons. There is a special protocol for moving these. We actually have movers in our network who have moved space shuttles before.
Tune in Next Time for More “What Would It Be Like to Move…”
Well, that’s about it for this installment. We left a lot for the imagination, but suffice to say, we can move it! Join us next month as we continue to celebrate our hometown, and ask ourselves, “what would it be like to move …?”