You didn’t become an architect to calculate floor loading for shelves.
That’s why we’re here.
Architects, designers, and general contractors are often our first-line client, and our goal is to provide you with the best, quickest and most accurate information for you to evaluate design options to then present to your clients.
Our experience and knowledge enable us to respond quickly and knowledgeably to your storage challenges. We’ll partner with you and provide AutoCAD drawings and specifications for your projects, service from planning to post-installation, and resources and technical information including:
- Technical Data Sheets
- Case Studies
- ADA Compliance
- NFPA and Fire Code Compliance
- Floor Loading
Contact us today for resources, or to learn more about how we partner with architects and designers in Virginia and Maryland.
Lunch and Learns
We’ll help keep you up to date on the latest storage design industry trends with one of our CES/AIA Luncheon programs. We can cover a variety of topics, and can even customize a presentation to meet your needs. Presentations are designed for Architects (AIA), Interior Designers (ASID, IIDA), and Facilities Managers (IFMA).
Choose the topic that suits your specialties and needs:
- Healthcare facilities
- Military facilities
- Law enforcement, public safety, and correctional facilities
- K-12, Colleges & Universities
- Manufacturing and distribution facilities
Lunch and Learns are typically held during the lunch hour but can also be scheduled at your convenience. We even offer Waffle Breakfast sessions! Each continuing education luncheon program is approximately one-hour in length and is worth 1 AIA/CES learning credit.
Available Presentation Subjects:
Law Enforcement: Storage Secured (Counts toward 1 AIA CES LU credit)
Smart Storage. Smarter Workplaces (Counts toward one AIA HSW LU or .1 IDCEC CEU hour) IDCEC Approved Course
Designing Acute Care Environments With Point of Need Storage (Counts toward one AIA HSW LU) IDCEC Approved Course
Floor Loading Solutions (Counts toward one LU of HSW)
Storage Considerations – Optimizing Storage From Collar to Conviction: Part 1 (Counts toward one AIA LU)
Storage Considerations – Optimizing Storage From Collar to Conviction: Part 2 (Counts toward one AIA LU)
Storage Systems – Floor Loading Implications (Counts toward one AIA LU)
Contact Us to schedule a Lunch & Learn presentation at your firm.