What is the function of your commercial space? Do you need a fresh setup of custom commercial millwork? Have any new projects as spring rolls into summer? As the warmer months progress, think about your custom commercial millwork. Whatever projects you have in store, they need these three elements! Please read on to learn more.
The Intended Purpose of Custom Commercial Millwork
As we touched on above, what is the function of your commercial space? The first vital element to consider is the intended purpose of the custom commercial millwork you’re looking for. Whether it’s a school, a bank, a hotel, or a hospital, remember that form follows function. If you know what you need it to look like, designing and ordering custom commercial becomes far less difficult.
The Different Types of Custom Commercial Millwork
Your custom commercial millwork needs a defined form. In the previous section, we might have mentioned this in a roundabout way, how form follows function. So ask yourself, what are the different types of custom commercial millwork? Such options can be integrated into a foundation, or they can be left free-standing. What are these options?
- Front desks and reception counters
- Bookcases and shelves
These are only a few of your options. There are, of course, plenty of other options. Whatever it is your project needs, there is sure to be a way to fulfill it.
The Available Space for Custom Commercial Millwork
Lastly, you’ll want to consider how much space is available. Although your imagination, and the overall needs of the project are two major constraints, space is another. If you can’t fit your project into your building, how will you make it work? If your business looks crowded, not only will it reflect poorly on you, your employees and visitors will feel cramped. Whether they are workers, guests, or patients, you want them to feel comfortable in your commercial space. We can help with that.
About Mahogany, Inc.
Mahogany, Inc. is a general contractor specializing in quality construction for projects across a wide range of industries. Located in southwest Baltimore, we employ 100 persons, and are one of the largest minority-owned businesses in the state of Maryland. Make sure to check back with our blog every week for the latest industry related information. For more information, you can contact us at 410.727.0334, or email us. We look forward to hearing from you!