With Easi File, there's no damage to the drawings. They don't get torn or dog-eared. They just hang there, nice and neat. It's a great system- Larry Kappel
Chief of Facilities
Bassett Army Community Hospital
Larry Kappel, Chief of Facilities at Bassett Army Community Hospital in Ft. Wainwright, AK, first saw Easi File at another of the Hospital's locations and was impressed, to say the least. "I've got to have these things" was Mr. Kappel's initial reaction when he witnessed the ease with which his colleagues were removing drawings. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Kappel purchased 8 Easi Files for the hospital's as-built drawings. "Every set of as-builts has its own Easi File," Mr. Kappel explained, "from mechanical to lighting, the whole works."
The hospital's as-builts were previously stored in flat files. The challenge was typical of the flat file user: "You try to get a drawing out of the center of the stack ... you can't do it."
"And then when people go to return the drawing, it would just get laid on top" Mr. Kappel stated. "There was no order to things". Additionally, the hospital's as-builts were getting damaged. "With Easi File, there's no damage to the drawings. They don't get torn or dog-eared. They just hang there, nice and neat. It's a great system."