MOVE IT! by bike was entrusted to move into the new Veterans Administration Hospital, X-ray equipment worth $630,000,000. All we had to do was uncrate the equipment and then move it in to the X-ray room for the people installing the machine. The driver of the truck who delivered the equipment was the foreman of the operation and showed us what to do and oversaw everything we did. First we laid down masonite sheets on the floor to protect the brand new finished floor from the outside door all the way to and inside the room where the equipment was installed. With the help of a forklift operator the crates were unloaded off the truck and set near the door. The driver of the truck then told us what to uncrate and deliver first. We had to bring everything in as they were to be installed as there was no room to put things in the X-ray room other than what part was being installed at that moment. Most of the pieces were heavy and bulky but with the use of a pallet jack and furniture dollies we got everything safely inside and sometimes were called upon to help the installers put things in place. This was an all day task lasting twelve hours and forty five minutes.