Are you planning a medical or dental office build-out and bursting at the seams with ideas of what you want included? Or maybe you have a few ideas of what you’re looking for, but aren’t sure what to go for yet?
Our team and BnK Construction has years of experience building dental and medical offices in the Portland metro area, and loves to pass this along to our clients. Read on to learn about some of the most popular and high-tech features we’re seeing in modern dental and office build-outs.
At BnK Construction, we place a large emphasis on making sure the construction process is simple for our clients. We want you to not only be thrilled with how your new space came out, but with the process that got us there
Even with this emphasis, for those experiencing a commercial construction project for the first time, there are bound to be some surprises. Below, we answer common questions and provide some information to keep in mind as you begin your construction process.
2020 changed a lot of things about this world — including how we’re working. Whether it’s working from home, limited travel, or Zoom meetings, how we work in the future will be drastically different than what we’re used to.
While stay at home orders may still be in place and many people are working from home in the Portland area, employees will be back in the office before you know it.
At BnK Construction, we’ve heard from many clients who have changed how their businesses operate and now need to adjust their offices accordingly. Read on to learn why these businesses are changing their offices and what they’re doing to make their future office work better for our new reality.
We think it’s safe to say this year didn’t go exactly as many of us had planned. With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many projects were put on hold, budgets were readjusted, and whole workforces sent home to work remotely.
We’ve all adjusted to this new normal, but as the end of the pandemic draws near and we look forward to resuming normal, pre-pandemic activities, it’s time to start thinking about planning (or unpausing) your commercial construction project. Why? Let’s look at 5 compelling reasons below.