Within each industry there are special challenges. And with our wide range of industry experience we've come across them all.
For example, we've worked extensively with healthcare facilities meaning we've needed to install floors that were highly functional, serviceable and sanitary, yet still had eye-appeal.
Within the corporate and educational sectors, again functionality was imperative. We've often worked in the public space arena where floors need to be as safe and rugged as they are beautiful to look at.
What it comes down to is that we've run the gambit. We've successfully completed projects using all types of flooring materials for all types of purposes for all types of clients.
There are many facets to completing a commercial flooring project you may not even be aware of or have the time or resources to deal with, including:
- Site analysis and layout
- Planning Estimating Budgeting
- Pre-Installation Work
- Code and Regulation Compliance
- Insurance Issues
- Removal and Disposal
- Anticipating "Down-the-Road" Costs
Add to that material selection, purchasing, delivery and warehousing, and the actual installation itself and it can all be a bit overwhelming. An installer alone isn’t equipped to handle the complexities of the entire project. This is where an experienced and knowledgeable project manager comes into play. Someone who sees and is accountable for the big picture. Someone who knows how to anticipate and avoid problems that could potentially dead-end your project. Someone who can take all the headaches and hassles off your plate and manage them effectively and efficiently. The average years of experience among our project management staff is over 20.