High Density Filing System Makes Filing Fun!
AOG’s summer interns, Erica Taylor and Maddy Mulert, along with Shelly Kerr, Michele Frederick, Ruth Miller, Sandy Doyle, Denise Bombalski and Tracey Mulert, have been working steadily to re-label, fill and organize the new high density wheelhouse filing system at our new office at 200 Alpha Drive. This system, much like what you see in a doctor’s office, allows for compact storage, combines the contents of 38+ filing cabinets and houses nearly 8,000 files used in our previous location. Many of our files are digitized, but original documents must be retained and kept on site indefinitely. So the volume of our files keeps increasing.
|A hand crank makes moving each carriage easy.|
|Looks kind of like a hospital, right?|
The Land Department uses the new storage to house all of their 3,400 legal documents, including lease files, venture files, right-of-way files and title leases. Geology utilizes the space to hold log files for over 2,300 operated and non-operated wells. Lastly, the Engineering Department uses the storage to hold their 2,100 well files.
With plenty of room for growth, the high density filing system reflects the positive outlook AOG envisions for the future.