Posts about the Wolgast Way
Five of the Best Reasons for a Commercial Building Renovation
Commercial Renovation to Stay Put
Whether you really like your building the way that it is, your location is part of your long-term plan, or financially speaking a new building is out of the question, these are all good reasons to stay where you are. However, I’d like to share with you a few of the best reasons to consider renovating your current facility.
1) Improve traffic to your business – we have seen it time and again that renovating a commercial space peaks the interest of people in your community. It also provides additional promotional opportunities because having a renovated space to talk about creates a steady and interesting social media topic. Whether you’re a doctor, restaurant, or a school, you consistently want to attract new people to your space, right? Sharing your remodel should help gain and/or keep followers to communicate the benefits of your services.
Leaseback: Get a New Building While Keeping Capital in Your Business
How to Expedite the Construction Process
We hear it quite often from business owners, once they decide to build a building, they needed it yesterday. We understand that once the need for the new building is decided how important it is to get the owner moved in quickly.
Safety On Site - What It Can Mean For Your Construction Project
Safety is an important aspect of any business but especially in construction, where a little accident can have serious impacts to those involved; the trades people on site, the owner, and the contractor. First and foremost, it is our concern to keep all of our workers healthy, so they can go home to their family each night and be a consistent provider both physically and financially, as well as a reliable contributor to our team. That’s why it’s important to have a General Contractor who is not only following the codes and regulations, but has incorporated a culture of safety into their operations.
Staying Open During Construction
Busy Business Owners Can Build, Too
It’s a classic case: a thriving company is busting at the seams and needs to remodel or add to their building to make room for future business, but the thought of construction stopping or slowing production stifles the owner from taking the risk of expanding. So what is a business owner to do? Instead of putting it off until they lose business because they can’t accommodate any more customers, they should find a contractor that will work with them to keep their operations running during construction.
Questions Commercial Buyers Should Ask When Shopping for a New Building
Once you’ve already determined the approximate size of the space you need, your budget, general location desired, and that the investment will fit within your business objectives, it’s time to start shopping for suitable building for your company changes.
Three Ways Constructability Review Can Improve Your Building Project
What Is Constructability Review?The construction process starts with an Architect designing plans based on the requested scope from the building owner mixed with regulations mandated by the government and the creative expertise of the designer. The Architect is responsible for knowing the performance, quality, longevity and size of limitless
Prioritizing School’s Needs for ESSER Funds
There are so many decisions to make as schools get back to in-person learning and doing everything they can to make school safer, catch students up from remote learning, and expand mental health accommodations, among other needs. School leaders, administrators, and teachers have so much on their plates, oh, and are also dealing with volatile views from parents about how to handle it all.
Patient Flow Optimizes the Design of Your Practice Floorplan
When a patient walks through the door of a doctor’s office, whether it’s a family physician, chiropractor, dentist or veterinarian, he or she needs to easily find the check-in area to make his or her attendance known. Patients may not know that check-in area starts off a whole path that they will follow while receiving treatment through paying their bill, also known as patient flow.