Wanting to Create a New Space?

Thinking about redoing your optical space? Or moving to a new space? What should the design be? Answering these questions as you work towards creating a new space can be a daunting process. Perhaps the first issue to resolve is who to approach and ask for help with the design and creation of the space. As you evaluate the various individuals and teams some of the critical questions to answer are:

  • Is this a person, or persons, I can work with?
  • Can they help me through the entire process?
  • How much will it cost just to get a design?
  • What are the hidden costs?

Taking the time to choose the right team in the beginning will be the most important decision you will make and can have the most impact.

Can I Work With YOU?

As you look for someone to work with on designing your new space it is important to remember that this will be “your” space, not the designers. You want to find and establish a team that is responsive to your needs and makes you feel that you are a part of the design, not just the occupant for someone else’s creation. Some of the things to notice as you proceed with selecting someone to work with:

  • Do they offer to come see your current space and how you work?
  • Have you seen any other spaces that they have designed? Do you feel comfortable in those spaces?
  • Are they responsive to your questions?
  • Are they equipped to help you through the entire process? Design, construction, installation, beyond.

After you choose a designer the process of creating your space on paper begins. Again, this is a process that you need to be involved in, from understanding and helping to create the flow; to having an open mind when the designer might suggest a different approach to a particular issue. If the design team asks questions, or raises issues that cause you to say “I never thought of that,” then you can have a sense that the team is thinking about “your” space and process. This is also the time when colors, finishes, displays, and furnishings should be considered and selections start to get finalized.

To Construction and Beyond

The design portion of the process is only the first phase. Now you need to satisfy the requirements of the municipality in which you are located and the building or landlord’s conditions. Depending on your location and design team there will be permit, bid, and/or construction drawings needed; the selection of a general contractor, interior designer, display manufacturer; the selection of fixtures, furnishings, and equipment, sequencing, and coordination. Again, some questions for the design team:

  • Will they produce the drawings for the permit? Bid? Construction? Do they have staff qualified to produce the documents required?
  • Will they help with the selection of a general contractor?
  • Do they have resources for selection of fixtures, lighting, flooring, seating, etc.
  • Are they ready to help with the design and layout of your display, exam rooms, lab space, etc.

If the answers to any of these questions are no, then you will have to expand your team to include those people necessary to complete the requisite parts of the project.

Wasn’t That Part of the Price?

The hidden fees and costs. I have deliberately left out any discussion about cost or budget until now. For most of us this is probably the most important issue, but it seems too often it is the one that is left out of the design discussion. So, as you re-read this post ask the question “what is the cost of this?” at each phase of the process. Incorporating this question into the process from the beginning will create a transparent atmosphere and effective process. Because everyone involved has one thing in mind – the creation of an exciting space for you.

If you are at the point of looking for a design team, or thinking about it, consider the team at Ennco Display Group. We can help with your space selection and design, are equipped to deal with permit drawings and bid sets; have connections with flooring, lighting, and seating manufacturers; and we design and build displays and casework for the optical space, exam rooms, lab, and other spaces in your optical practice.

Lighting the Way for Frames to Tell a Story- Press Release

Redmond, WA, April 24, 2017– One of the most common eyewear merchandising errors is poorly lit displays. Ennco has provided a fix to this problem with the development of their newest innovation in wall panel systems, the Delta Lit Shelf package. It utilizes hidden LED light strips to illuminate panel mounted shelves, creating the perfect lighting environment to showcase frames.

The Delta is available in two configuration styles, 3 and 4 shelf. The 3-shelf design is perfect for a space that has good overhead lighting, as it allows a seamless transition from the first shelf which will be lit by the overhead lighting into the 2 lower shelves lit by the inset LEDs. The 4-shelf option is ideal for a space with little to no overhead lighting. The top shelf is located at the full height of the wall panel and is not intended to be used for frame merchandise. The purpose of this shelf is to create a flawless lighting environment for the 3 lower shelves that display frames. The intention for the top shelf is to keep it open for a sleek look or as an additional location for marketing materials (logos, signs, or special decoration).

Dr. Jane Gan, owner of Briarwood Vision Center, recently worked with Ennco for the design out of her new optical space. The space with designed using the Delta shelf package and the feedback from Dr. Gan and her patients has been exceptional. Dr. Gan notes “The Delta shelves give us the ability to display our merchandise by brand, and helps us to tell a story behind the frames we are selling. The hidden lighting underneath the shelves make the colors of the frames really pop!”.

The Delta shelf package can be found at www.ennco.com, and for more information about Ennco’s design services, including the Total Package, visit www.ennco.com/optical-space-design or call (425)883-1650.

About Ennco Display Systems

Ennco Display Systems is a store fixture and office design company specializing in retail optical environments.  The Company’s products and services are designed to aid both individual optical practitioners as well as non-optical retailers of eyewear in creating the most effective visual presentations.  The Company’s offerings include both architectural and product design as well as the fixture and casework solutions needed to optimize customer interest and balance practical concerns.

 

Are Your Frames Walking Away?

Theft is often a reality for the retail industry and unfortunately the optical segment is not immune to that. Every business deals with theft in their own way, ranging from taking no action to putting every frame under lock and key. In this post, we will share a few ideas on how to avoid theft, including locking displays, increased service level, and even how your floor plan can mean the difference between theft or no theft.

Displays

There are many types of locking displays, from locking rods to locking showcases, chances are if you want a locking display you can find one that fits your needs. Locking rods have become increasingly popular in recent years, and one of our most popular locking rods is the Mino. It allows your staff to unlock an entire rod in a moments time, and yet still provides a sleek minimalist look and feel.

If rods aren’t your style there are several other options including showcases, display cabinets with back lighting, or perhaps floating window displays like our new Floating Flight Boxes or the original Floating Boxes.

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With locking displays access to your merchandise is then dependent on the involvement of the staff. This created the dilemma of true valuable, is it more important to have more staff or accepting more loss from theft?

Staff Service & Education

This leads into our second suggestion for avoiding theft. In their recent post, The Optical Vision Site discusses the various ways that staff can help deter theft while creating a conducive environment for sales.

Education and training can empower the staff to be more aware of customer behavior and increase their recollection of current inventory, which in turn will allow more access for customers and increased control by the staff. As each staff member becomes more familiar with inventory they will notice what customers are interested in, allowing them to tailor their sales approach. It will also become more noticeable to the staff when something has gone missing. Frequent rearrangement and refreshing of the presentation and layout of your merchandise will also help with this (check out our post about Romanticizing Your Space!).

Design and Layout

Lastly, the physical layout of the space can be a major theft deterrent as well. Having less merchandise near the exit, putting the reception desk or an optician station near the door, or even creating an exit path that takes the customer past staff members are all simple ways to reduce the likelihood of theft. A mixture of displays, such as locking rod panels or floating display boxes, offer a secure environment with maximum exposure. Placing these more secure displays in locations that are more vulnerable (like the front door) while having other displays such as open shelves in other locations can also be effective.

These ideas can be tailored specifically for your business to create a theft deterrent environment. If you would like more ideas or help with your displays, design, or space layout contact the design team at Ennco!

Follow the leader? Trends in the industry!

Have you seen the latest _____? Did you get the newest _____?

Life seems to revolve around trends. We like to see, use, have the latest and newest, but as soon as too many of us have the latest and newest we are looking for the next latest and newest. At the same time there are those of us that have a preference for the tried and true.

This creates a dilemma for someone selling optical frames. Do I try to attract those looking for the latest and greatest or do I want to attract those that prefer the tried and true. How do we create a space that can appeal to those seeking the latest and newest without always having to change the space and, at the same time, maintain a space that also attracts those looking for the standards they have established and prefer.

There are several ways to approach this question. Having a space that is considered “timeless”, creating a variety of “mini” spaces, or using accessories that can be adjusted and refreshed to reflect the latest and newest.

Timeless

Some looks and the quality of certain items have created a standard of “timelessness”.  Using high quality materials and avoiding a look of clutter are two ways to create a look that will always appeal to the majority. Whether your space uses primarily shelves or rods or other types of display, if you are willing to invest in quality material and workmanship, your display will stand up to the test of time.

Mini Spaces

Within your space, the different ways and types of display can create an atmosphere that has an appeal to the different types of people that come in. The “Modular Wall Panel” system that Ennco has developed has a variety of fixtures and appearances that can be mixed and adjusted to your space in order to create a cohesive look while also incorporating several difference types of display.

Accessories

Just as you might change the look of your space to reflect the holiday or time of year, there are things you can do to change the appearance of your space and make it seem new and fresh. Moving accessories such as plants and chairs to new locations, making sure your signage and graphics are up to date, and rotating the feature displays are all simple ways to make your space new and exciting.

One of the ways that we can help is with the addition of lit graphic boxes. These can get mounted on the wall above your frame display and can enhance what is often a blank space with an attention-grabbing graphic.

For those of us looking for the latest and newest, it is always good to remember that someone has to start the trend. And, for those of us that have already established a standard, it is important to realize that even the classics can be improved and refreshed. If you have an idea or look that appeals to you, whether new or classic, and want to see it incorporated into your space, let the Ennco team help you make your idea a reality.

Shelf Magic PRESS RELEASE

A Returning Trend in Eyewear Merchandising

Redmond, WA, March 2, 2017– Ennco Display introduces two new glass shelving options to satisfy a returning trend in eyewear merchandising.  These new panel shelving systems are designed to give retailers maximum flexibility to show frames “Flat” on shelving or “Elevated” on countertop displays.  The COVE was designed to allow customers the ability to showcase their merchandise with counter displays and point of purchase materials. Ennco’s Tray Elegante, Showoff, and Angler displays are perfectly suited to maximize the number of frames shown on the deep 10” shelves the COVE series provides.  The MIRAGE was designed to create a boutique look with more shelves in a tighter array which allows for the perfect spread of horizontal minimalist frame presentation. The MIRAGE series focuses more attention on a single frame by providing a shallower profile of glass and less visible hardware.

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Jan Ennis, President of Ennco Display, notes “Store fixturing is much like clothing styles…the methods change about every seven years. Frames held by wires, pegs, rods, panels and glass shelves have all been part of the changing style of display. Shelving is back in vogue as more point of purchase and counter displays have been made available to the industry”.

The COVE and MIRAGE shelf packages can be found on Ennco’s website and purchased directly from their new dynamic online ordering site www.ennco.com.

About Ennco Display Systems

Ennco Display Systems is a store fixture and office design company specializing in retail optical environments.  The Company’s products and services are designed to aid both individual optical practitioners as well as non-optical retailers of eyewear in creating the most effective visual presentations.  The Company’s offerings include both architectural and product design as well as the fixture and casework solutions needed to optimize customer interest and balance practical concerns.

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact

Ennco at (425)883-1650

6975 176th AVE NE, Suite 350

Redmond, Wa 98052

Romanticize Your Space!

 

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, our thoughts turn to romance. Flowers, cards, chocolate! Those images occupy our thoughts and most of the stores we enter. The appeal of this manufactured holiday is that buying flowers, chocolate, and cards will create more romance in our lives. Romance, however, can go beyond flowers, cards, and chocolate. The space and environment we spend our time in and where we conduct our business can also become a source of romance. I would like to use this post to explore several ideas on how you can make your space fresher, more appealing, maybe even more romantic!

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A fresh look can be the allure of a new accessory, the process of trying different things, or the tempting appeal of new spaces.

Accessories

Each of these ideas can be used to make your optical space more appealing. Adding a new accessory can bring a new focus to a particular display. The SpecRest, a new countertop display by Ennco (ennco.com), comes in several sizes, and can be used either singly or in a group for adding a fresh look to a shelf, counter, or window. Other ideas are adding a special item to group a set of frames around, rearranging your existing frames to highlight particular ones, or removing some of the frames temporarily to bring more focus to the ones that remain.

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Graphics

Graphics are another way to add interest to the space. How long have those posters been on the wall? Have you talked with your frame reps about new graphics? Getting new graphics and installing them in a light box on the wall, or hanging in the window can spark a new interest in your space. The people at Ennco can help you create each of these options and offer other ideas to add, change, or adjust your graphics and signage.

Windows

Windows are your eyes to the world. Whether it is rearranging your window, adding a new box or graphic, or completely redesigning the window display; the impression created can bring romance back to your space. Don’t have a lot of window space. Let the designers at Ennco help you design a series of lit Face Frame Boxes to create a window look on one or more of your walls.

Trying something new or different often seems like a huge endeavor. Like most of us, it is easy to get into an established routine that we become comfortable with and the idea of change seems very daunting. The ideas presented here can be done in a series of small steps that can result in increased interest, appeal, and even romance for your space.

I encourage you to do something this month to change your space. Change your counter, window, or wall. Use one of the ideas from this post or contact the Ennco team to help you romanticize your optical space.

ENNCO.COM INTRODUCES NEW DYNAMIC ONLINE ORDERING

Redmond, WA, January 5, 2017– Ennco Display Systems, Inc. has completed the full release of their new online ordering site. With the addition of these new capabilities, customers can conveniently explore the site and easily order products, have ongoing access to special offers and discounts, and learn immediately about new ideas in optical space design. Personalized customer logins allow clients to manage multiple ship-to locations, track orders, build quotes and see real-time price and promotion information tailored to them. Their clients (ranging from single shop retailers to large multi-location corporate companies) have already experienced the benefits of the new site.

Jan Ennis, Ennco Display Systems, Inc. President said, “We had waited a very long time to be able to offer a fully integrated ordering solution for our diverse client base.  While this new platform provides tons of content, the big benefits to our clients are convenience and speed. Today’s trend is to order everything possible online because it saves time and is the most direct method possible. Of course, for complete office design & build, we still enjoy in-person connections with clients.”

About Ennco Display Systems

Ennco Display Systems is a store fixture and office design company specializing in retail optical environments.  The Company’s products and services are designed to aid both individual optical practitioners as well as non-optical retailers of eyewear in creating the most effective visual presentations.  The Company’s offerings include both architectural and product design as well as the fixture and casework solutions needed to optimize customer interest and balance practical concerns.

 

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact

Heather Bezanson

6975 176th Ave NE

Suite 350

Redmond, WA 98052

Office: (425)883-1650 X104

OUR UNIQUE VALUE ADD TO THE FABRICATION PROCESS

Taking your new office or remodel from concept to reality has a few very important steps.

#1). Figuring out your exact needs for the space (i.e. how your customers move about the space, your preference for location and size of exam rooms, and even how large you want the break room to be!).

#2). The design process, to decide on the look, feel, and function of your office. Not sure how to make that decision? Lucky for you we have an easy how to guide for reference! Click here for How to Start the Design Process.

#3). Last but not least, the main attraction of this post… THE FABRICATION AND BUILD OUT STAGE!

Not to toot our own horn, but there are a number of elements that truly set Ennco apart from our peers including but not limited to our years of experience in the industry, our use of the most advance technology, and finally our quality and attention to detail.

Industry Specific Experience

Would you hire a plumber to build you a house? NO…so why would you hire a local casework builder to create your optical space?

Every city in the country has at least one local builder and in many cases they are very good at what they do.  What they do, however, isn’t designing and building successful Optometry and Ophthalmology spaces. Your typical casework builder does a mix of local projects from kitchens in private homes to commercial cabinets in schools or government buildings. However, in optical spaces there are a very unique set of needs associated with the build and design. Our high level of experience in the industry allows us to make your space work like a dream!  We’ve heard many accounts of someone using the local cabinet/millwork provider only to discover there are horrible flaws in the logic used to build the space (i.e. work surfaces too high, frames displayed too low, low end materials used in an  industrial grade setting etc…).  What works in a kitchen will not carry over to a smooth running and profitable optical dispensary.  So we pride ourselves on the ability and know-how specific to the optical industry…no “faking it till you make it here”.

Most Advanced Technology

Nearly every machine in our fabrication shop is CNC (computer) controlled, meaning we can fabricate exactly what was drawn during the design process… cool huh?!? This ability allows us to really step outside the box and create truly custom displays that couldn’t be built by just anyone. Our computer rich environment means that we have fewer fabricators in our shop than many of our competitors.  Our small team is able to see each and every project from “cradle to grave” and we take a huge amount of pride in the quality of the finished product.  In a huge, labor rich factory any given employee may only see a tiny part of the puzzle but never actually see the finished product, at Ennco that’s just not our style!

High Quality and Unprecedented Attention to Detail

Remember the really cool CNC machines we talked about earlier? Yea…well the REALLY cool thing is they allow us to build casework and displays with an amazing amount of accuracy! We’ve removed the chance for human error in nearly every step of the building process which allows the fabricators to keep an extra close eye on the quality of the finished product and avoid costly mistakes. All of our casework is built above the standards for AWI cabinetry. We use thicker and stronger materials than most shops so the pieces you buy will last until you want to change them out rather than need to. It’s not uncommon to hear of spaces we’ve built that have been unchanged for 20 years. We also dowel and screw all of our casework and don’t use staples or nails on anything we build. This is a much more difficult way to build things but the quality of the finished product is second to none.

We hope you enjoyed this quick glimpse into the Ennco shop! Check back later for more posts like this and much more.

ANSWERS TO YOUR FAQS!

All the time we are asked the all important question… “How do I get started with designing my optical space?!”. Well we thought it might be helpful to answer some frequently asked questions for you right here in our blog! Check out the answers from our CEO Jan Ennis.Blog_Home-Page-1000X562

  1. What is the first step in getting started with determining the right design or atmosphere for ones’s optical?
  2. This is a very broad question and one that is far less important in optometric practices than “proper layout and flow” for the entire practice.  Optometry has changed in many ways in the last few years and the very first consideration to be given is the list of room requirements for the overall space.  The areas of “pretest”, “special testing” and “fields” need to be given serious consideration for both room requirements and process flow.  A well thought out professional space can eliminate the need to move later if sales volumes increase beyond initial expectations.  While we still see people “remodel” their dispensaries, we too often see new practices that have been poorly laid out before we are ever contacted to assist.  We are then given the task of making the optical space attractive and profitable while we see how money will be lost and space considerations for professional services have often been overlooked.  It is very difficult (and time consuming) for us to then insert our professional experience into the process to help the client avoid potential space consideration problems in the future.

There are a number of companies specializing in optical design that take a far more holistic approach to design than simply putting the face on the dispensing area.  As critical as that area is, it has to first create the professional image of the practice and then function as the “retail face” of the business.  We typically design a practice such that there is never a “view” from the retail area to the “professional services” area.  This allows the practice to function properly by not sending mixed signals to the patient about the market position of the goods or services being provided.  It also allows the practitioner to move freely from room to room without distraction from the retail area.

The atmosphere for the dispensary works best if it is done in an approach that we call “professional commercial”.  A space that is too retail looking or too extravagant looking can either overpower the presentation of the merchandise 

or it can diminish the value of the professional services that are being rendered.  In order to help the client determine the atmosphere for a space, we like to understand the demographics of the practice, the type of location for the space, which direction it faces and also the other types of businesses in close proximity.  Our clients operate in medical facilities, retail shopping centers, standalone buildings and malls.  Each of these types of structures presents us with a different view on how we might direct a client’s approach.

While we have a number of clients that are extremely creative and lots of us have “DIY” desires, you can simply avoid some very costly mistakes by consulting and working with those of us in the industry that have tried numerous approaches to merchandising and found what does and does not work.  We get many great ideas for new items from clients, but can also steer people away from ideas that did not really work as well as they “looked”.

  1. What is the biggest mistake you’ve seen, in terms of budget?

Not having a proper budget is the single biggest mistake regarding budget that anyone can make.  The second biggest mistake is thinking you can do it cheaper than people that do it professionally all the time.  After 39 years of manufacturing and construction experience, there are too many variables to define for someone to effectively work to an unrealistically low budget.  Banks that do practice loans are a great source of “logical” information for construction and fixture budgets.  They see the original budgets that loans were granted for and then have the data for the actual payments made.  Construction costs are available in industry publications and can vary (+ or -) by region.  We typically see that a properly designed practice in most areas of the country will cost between $105 and $115 per square foot to complete today.  These costs represent the “Total Package” of general construction, store fixtures, seating, lighting, etc.  Equipment and inventory are obviously separate portions of your overall budget and selection of premium finishes can obviously increase the square footage costs.

The budget discussion above simply sets the stage for the true requirements in order to produce a proper budget.  A simple floor plan is an absolute joke for budgeting purposes.  Far too often we see doctors get “complimentary” floor plans for a new space and then race off to do a budget.  A floor plan has absolutely no consideration given to the single biggest component of “extra” costs….FINISHES.  A floor plan does not specify floor coverings, paint colors, seating, lighting, casework finishes, HVAC (if needed), etc.  I could not possibly tell you how important it is to define either (a) a maximum budget that drives these design considerations or (b) final decisions that are not restricted by budget to all have these things defined before you begin construction.  One of the biggest killers of a good construction budget is not having ALL DECISIONS done prior to construction start.  I have seen “change orders” add far too much cost to a great project because a client constantly changed their mind about small things once contractors started building.  A well budgeted, fully planned space becomes a well-executed project.  The only way I have seen this work well is when enough time is allocated to fully design the space for both retail and professional considerations, all the details of finishes are complete and enough time is given for any required permitting and general construction.  Following this best practice will allow the practitioner to focus on their primary field of endeavor.

Did you have any more questions you needed answered? Send us a comment and we will write another post answering your questions!

YOUR NEW OFFICE (PART 3)

Click Here for Part 1, and Here for Part 2.

“The architect… did not consult with the doctor on budget expectations or share industry average construction costs prior to starting the design.”

Who’s the decider?
A major issue that designers (mostly independent) struggle with is the notion of not invented here. By this, I am referring to ideas that you’ll have about how you want the space to look or flow. Many designers feel that they are the professionals and WHATEVER they say is what should be done.

I understand where they’re coming from. It’s tempting to insist upon applying all my years of experience to any given design but that experience has afforded me a process that incorporates your needs and ideas and ultimately leads to better design.

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The reality is that your ideas are critical to the design process and whomever you choose should welcome your input. I tend to take a devil’s advocate approach with clients. Every idea should be both valid and challenged.

If you are working with someone that can take your project from start to finish, it is more likely that you will see more of your ideas come to fruition, since a big picture view means they’ll be able to see the advantages and logic behind your ideas.

Some changes are likely but the possibility of incorporating some of your own ideas and desires becomes much simpler as we carefully consider your space, clientele, type of business and other needs.

And the runner up is…
If the major lesson of getting started in your new practice is LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION, then the second lesson of designing the space is TIME, TIME, TIME.

You should take your TIME in the overall design process, as the end result will greatly impact your productive space. Taking time up front in design can save you COUNTLESS dollars once you start building.

Getting your store fixtures (in the big scheme) is a very small part of the design process and can take place quickly if you are using “stock fixtures”. Custom fixtures means lots of design and build time. A good design firm can help you decide where your time will be best spent.

Once upon a time…
A client asked us to review plans that had been drafted by a high priced architectural firm that had never done an optical space. Upon first glance, the lab was in the back (not near the dispensing area for quick access), the professional space took up almost the entire store and left very little space for reception and selling.

With close to 50% of practice revenue coming from eyewear sales, having 15% of the space to accommodate that work is not logical. The architect, being used to doing high end projects, did not consult with the doctor on budget expectations or share industry average construction costs prior to starting the design.

It only took moments looking at the finish schedule to see that the lighting was going to take nearly 60% of the total budget the client had shared with me for the whole project. The reception desk had a rather tight radius and was to be covered in large marble tiles (just because it can be drawn does not mean it can be built). Since tiles don’t bend, this was going to be both a challenge and not likely yield acceptable results.

To make matters worse, the project was started before the client had dialed down all the final details.

Sometimes less is…umm…less
The client started changing the fixtures, locations of fixtures, colors and finishes to save costs after the project started. In this case, the contractor was quite happy to accommodate because each change order was accompanied by a $250 charge PLUS return or cancellation fees on the originally specified materials PLUS the markup on the new materials. As you can imagine, this did not really reduce the price of the project. Instead, it created a space that cost a lot with downgraded materials.

Happy client experiences
We iron out details prior to construction start or even seeking formal bids. Getting a bid from a floor plan without a finish schedule and reflected ceiling plan with specifications for the space is set up for a very frustrating guessing game that could impact your business for years to come.

Allowing too many variables is not the way to start your new business. When all the details are dialed down, your estimates of cost will be more accurate and the suppliers can check stock on the finishes to make sure lead times are not affected by back orders, discontinued colors, etc.

Careful pre-planning minimizes change-orders to issues related only to site conditions… things beyond the control of you and subcontractors. I strive for maximum change orders of 5% of the original bid/estimates from the general contractor.

The best professional design takes approximately 4 to 6 weeks. The pace of completion is dictated by planning. On-the-fly decisions slow the process. During the entire process, you’ll have financing and other details to juggle, along with your regular work.

Taking time up front and being involved through the design process will give you comfort knowing that when construction starts, you can stay focused on what you do best….eye health and fashion.

This is part three of a series. Part one is here. Part two is here.

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