Our space planning and design services, including computer-aided design (CAD), will help ensure that your office space meets your company’s functional and aesthetic requirements before construction begins. Our services contribute to your ability to maintain optimum levels of productivity and cost-efficiency while achieving your short- and long-term goals.

Questions we’ll address during the space planning process:

  • How much space needs to be open or enclosed?
  • What are the ideal sizes for offices and cubicles in relation to your overall space?
  • Is there enough space for conference rooms?
  • Do hallways allow for proper traffic flow and circulation throughout the space?
  • Does the office space allow room for growth?

We use CAD software to create plans for your office while streamlining the design, drafting, documentation, and manufacturing processes. Portions of a drawing can be stretched or moved while the whole picture automatically adjusts. We can even switch between two-dimensional and three-dimensional views, zoom in or out, and rotate images so you can view them from different perspectives.


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