Ergonomic Support to Aid in Performance of Services…A Place for Your “Stuff”
A note on quality: If a designer/manufacturer specifies and utilizes the highest quality of materials and construction technique, it is impossible to produce a product that is superior to another. The differences lie in the integrity of design resulting in an efficient and functional end product. We are committed to the latter.
It is our goal is to communicate our concepts for development of your millwork furnishings in a manner that you can both understand and appreciate. The detailed information on our millwork drawings and supplemental text has proven to be indispensable in interpretation and ultimate savings.
Specifications for much of the general millwork, i.e., doors, casings, windows and trim will be provided on the construction drawings. However, custom wood accents like moldings and soffit detail will be featured with other custom fabrications on the millwork drawings.
Base and wall cabinets will accommodate your general storage needs. And, adjoining counter tops will provide support for sinks and other utility adjuncts. Although these are often standard in style and construction, the strategic placement and layout serve to enhance daily operations.
From computers, modems and other communications devises to the office copier, ergonomically designed support furnishings are essential to the fluid administration of services.
Educational videos and other informational media are common in the health care setting. These interactive components must be arranged and supported pragmatically for optimal utilization.
Ergonomic planning is essential to effective support of clinical diagnostic and treatment support furnishings. Physical movement and component interface must be pragmatically planned to enhance performance in treatment and diminish fatigue. Dental “power-wall” systems, ophthalmic refraction desks and surgical support carts are common to our experience in millwork design.
Educational videos and other informational media are common in the health care setting. These interactive components must be arranged and supported pragmatically for optimal benefit and utilization.
Ergonomic planning is essential to effective support of clinical diagnostic and treatment furnishings. Physical movement and component interface must be strategically planned to enhance performance and diminish fatigue on the practitioner and clinical staff. Dental “power-wall” systems, ophthalmic refraction desks and surgical support carts are common to our experience in millwork design. In fact, one of our clinical designs was awarded a United States Patent.
Besides the provision of visually comprehensive drawings of all millwork, we provide a complete written description of each component and detailed specifications for method of construction, as well as adjunctive, functional hardware. These written details often serve as contractual agreements between you and the millwork contractor; thereby adding to savings on millwork costs.
We provide drawings that allow you to view the finished product in the respective rooms in which they will be installed. We provide plan views (overhead), elevations (face) and perspective views (3-D) to ensure that you are getting that which you requested.