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How Many Trucks Does It Take to Move the Washington Post?

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Courtesy spokesperson Kris Coratti, here are some stats on the Washington Post‘s move from 1150 15th Street, Northwest, to 1301 K Street, Northwest, planned for mid-December:

  • 6,000 packing crates have been delivered for employee use.
  • 1.7 miles of Masonite floor protection will be placed in the new office space to minimize damage during the move.
  • 1 mile of corrugated wall board will protect high traffic areas during the move.
  • It will take 5,800 labor hours to accomplish the relocation.
  • JK Moving Services will use five 26-foot straight trucks for each phase of the move.
  • JK will move a total volume of 138 truckloads of contents and equipment from the old building to the new one.
  • JK will use 93 crew members and PC technicians to accomplish the relocation.

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