From the start, Inception’s site needed to be reevaluated because of water and drainage issues. Due to water run-off that was pooling on Inception’s property, Westwind determined that the site needed to be elevated and a storm sewer installed to retain the remaining water.
The initial interior design of Inception Woodworks, drafted by the previous contractor, didn’t include enough room for storage of consumables. Working with the client to create this space while controlling costs, Westwind added a mezzanine above the office space for a fraction of what it would have cost to enlarge the building. Inception and Westwind also collaborated on adding a fire protection system that was an unexpected requirement. Working together, it was installed within budget and the project moved forward without delay.
A unique requirement of this project was providing a spray booth with a regulated environment for the high-quality finishes that are applied to Inception’s products. While this can be found on the manufacturing floor, Inception’s own beautiful custom-built cabinets and furniture can be found in their office space. They are extremely proud of and excited about their new facility and glad they collaborated with Westwind.
“We couldn’t have completed this project and kept our current operations moving smoothly without Westwind. It was a great collaboration.”
Muskegon Area First (MAF) Economic Development Corporation recently released its 2018/2019 Annual Report, and there’s a lot to celebrate. Muskegon is poised to remain a popular hub for the manufacturing industry, and other industries such as agrifood, healthcare, and aerospace/defense … Continued