July 16th, 2020 by Paula McCarty
Bloom Credit Union planned a remodel of its current main office member service area and their lobby teller lines to better reflect their new brand & name change to Bloom Credit Union. This included updated interior finishes, signage, and office furniture. The work was mainly able to be accomplished while the branch lobby was closed due to the Stay-at-Home Order in place in Michigan. Kentwood Office was able to keep the project on budget and on time, completing the furniture installation prior to the branch re-opening with a fresh look for their members and staff.
Kentwood Office helped us brighten up and modernize the look of our oldest branch, creating a much more inviting space for our members.
October 29th, 2019 by Paula McCarty
UCS had outgrown their facility and was looking to secure a new facility in the area for their corporate office. UCS, working with Pinnacle Construction and r.o.i. Design, selected an older facility to remodel. Kentwood proposed furniture that would not only meet aesthetic goals but also stay within budget and timeline constraints.
We were fortunate to have Kentwood Office Furniture as our partner during our recent move. Each person we encountered was knowledgeable and experienced. Dan took his time to understand how we function as a company. He helped us to make furniture selections that suited our work processes and helped to maximize our productivity. The moving and installation teams were also great. They did a great job of helping us feel settled quickly in our new space.
I highly recommend Kentwood Office Furniture to anyone who wants their space to be beautiful, highly functional, and unique to their operation.
Todd Francis, Vice President, United Commercial Services
August 13th, 2019 by Paula McCarty
Care Resources purchased a former church with the vision to transform it into a new space. They had worked with Kentwood Office on previous projects and partnered with Kentwood and Pinnacle Construction to bring their vision to reality. Much planning was required to creatively fit each department into the new designated spaces. The result is a beautiful space that will allow Care Resources to serve the elderly in our community.
May 8th, 2019 by Paula McCarty
Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing renovated an old four-story building on the river to house their corporate office. They are currently using the first floor which is connected to their current office, warehouse and production space. They selected Kentwood due to previous successful projects and Kentwood’s ability to customize the workstations and other office areas. Kentwood coordinated product from several manufacturers to make the office space functional and comfortable.
January 3rd, 2018 by Paula McCarty
MedData has been a long-time customer and as they grew in size and number of employees, they needed additional space. Kentwood Office had helped them with a previous move in 2012. When it came time to move again, Kentwood delivered an office design that blended remanufactured systems with additional new furniture to meet their requirements and aesthetics.
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September 21st, 2017 by Paula McCarty
Calvary Church approved an expansion of its main building to better serve its members and attendees. The expansion impacted several areas. Some of these changes included a reconfigured sanctuary, a larger and enhanced fellowship hall, an improved children’s area, a larger youth area, and more offices. Kentwood Office Furniture partnered with Calvary Church and CMAMA design, Annette Barrett, an independent interior designer, to create a beautiful, cohesive, functional space that would serve the current and future needs of the church.