Austin, TX, September 29, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Southwest Solutions Group worked with O’Connell Robertson Architects to design two space efficient storage systems in the new science building at Westwood High School. The storage systems manufactured by Spacesaver® Corporation consisted of two high density mobile storage systems for the storage of laboratory chemicals and supplies and library books and videos. “Both areas had more stuff than space and utilizing the Spacesver® high density mobile shelving systems in the lab and library areas ensured that all the necessary chemicals and books would fit into the space,” commented Troy Menchhofer, Southwest Solutions Group’s Austin Manger.
About Westwood High School
With an enrollment of 2,451 students in grades nine through twelve, Westwood High School is a comprehensive public high school located approximately 17 miles north of downtown Austin. Westwood High School’s faculty includes over 200 professionals including teachers, counselors, principals, school nurse and various specialists.
About O’Connell Robertson Architects
Established in 1950, O’Connell Robertson is a full service Architectural/Engineering firm with a strong history of practical innovation. From basic renovations and expansions to complex multi-million dollar structures, we’ve completed over 1000 health care, K-12, and higher education projects all over central Texas. For more information please visit www.oconnellrobertson.com
About Southwest Solutions Group
Southwest Solutions Group is the largest innovative storage and filing solutions company serving commercial and institutional facilities throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Tennessee, Missouri, and Mississippi. Southwest Solutions Group is a full service company providing equipment, design, installation, and ongoing service to all types of commercial businesses including government, museum, healthcare, public safety, military, and education. Additional information on Southwest Solutions Group is available at www.southwestsolutions.com.