At BnK Construction, we’re known throughout the Portland area for our thoughtful, stylish, and modern Class A office build-outs and remodels. Let’s take a look at a few of our favorite Portland office designs we’ve worked on and the features that might inspire your next big project.
Planning a medical or dental office design project? Remodeling your current office, building a new clinic from the ground up, or investing in tenant improvements? The team at BnK Construction has decades of experience to share with you.
Keep reading to discover our proven medical and dental office design strategies. Learn how to help your patients feel welcome in your office.
Workplace productivity isn’t about getting from point A to point B as fast as possible. It’s getting the job done efficiently and effectively while still maintaining a high level of well-being in your team.
How do you inspire productivity among employees? It all starts with the right office environment.
After 20+ years of creating and constructing high-performance Class A office designs throughout the Portland metro area, we know a thing or two about designing workplaces that maximize productivity.
Keep reading to learn our insider tips.
Are you ready to venture into the world of building ownership? Whether you’re remodeling an existing space or starting from the ground up, one of the first questions you’ll likely have when planning a Class A office construction is, “how big should my office space be?”
Correctly calculating how much space you’ll need is incredibly important. The size and layout of your Class A office will fuel its design and function and play an important role in whether or not the space meets your business needs.
This article will help you answer this important question and more.
Cubicles and closed off working spaces are largely a thing of the past. Instead, 80% of modern companies are opting for open-concept floor plans. It’s easy to understand why — this type of office layout reportedly helps foster collaboration and team communication, keeps energy levels high, and promotes accessibility.
Still, there are pros and cons to an open floor plan setting. If you’re remodeling your office and wondering if an open plan is right for your business, there are some important things to consider — like your industry, company culture, number of employees, and how the space is used.
In this post, we’ll be looking at all this and more.