The Archive storage facility is a freestanding building on nine acres of land. The structure is a 65,000-square foot steel and masonry building with 25-foot ceilings.

 THE FACILITY is divided into separate fireproof bays. It is equipped with a custom engineered climate control system providing museum standard temperature constant 70° F (+/- 3°) and humidity constant 50% (+/- 3%). The building also has a world-class backup generator that can run indefinitely, supplying the entire building with electricity in case of emergency. We have drive-in tractor-trailer access for safe loading and unloading in difficult weather and loading docks with 16 x 16-foot rollup gates that can accommodate forklifts and cranes when necessary.

SECURITY is provided by a state of the art ADT UL-rated alarm system with police and fire department response. We have 24-hour, seven day a week infrared video monitoring with on and off-site access. A caretaker’s house oversees the property at all times to provide round the clock monitoring of the building’s services and security.