A Southern Alberta high school was out of space for their sports equipment in the gymnasium. The overflow of equipment was posing a significant safety risk to staff and students, and the disorganization made access extremely inefficient, wasting valuable learning time. The storage room had nowhere to expand, and re-purposing another room was out of the question as space was at a premium already.
An economical Mizer solution was proposed, and ultimately chosen to solve the storage woes. The system was installed as a manual system with no drive train, and no end panels, greatly reducing cost and fitting well within their budget. The increase in capacity allowed them to grow in the future, and all equipment could be accessed quickly and safely. Trip and fall hazards were neutralized, the storage was maximized, and the budget was preserved.