Why use a designer/ project manager?

  • It may cost you a little more for a designer– but you save time and money in the long run
  • The designer often gets discounts that you will not be entitled to
  • The Designer / Project Manager will get better workflow from contractors, due to our ongoing relationship with contractorsless down time, better work flow, = happier staff = better productivity!
  • One contact to deal with for repairs and guarantees!

You will save money! If you pay for a designer, here are a few things you might miss out on:

  • Accidentally paying too much for something, when you can get the same thing for half the cost at another place
  • ordering the wrong size, fabric or wallpaper,
  •  buying furniture that doesn’t work in the space
  • Contractors running off with deposits.
  • The headache of everyone falling over each other and blaming each other.

Typically designers have experienced most of the mistakes for you – and know ahead of time, the right way to go.

Contractors, electricians, and the like can be pretty intimidating and can pull the wool over your eyes if you are not sure of their terminology, or pricing. It’s really nice to have a middle man (your designer or project manager) who can ask questions for you, get things done for you, and generally be the “GO TO GUY”. 

  • Office design is so crucially important to the success of your company, it’s well worth consulting professionals to get it right.
  • “A well designed office may cost a little more, but it is much cheaper than a poorly designed one. A non-functioning office wastes time and causes frustration because it can hinder basic tasks,”