The Financial Guys – 305 Spindrift – Williamsville, NY

The Financial Guys purchased property that was constructed in 1998. The property had been well maintained however, the interior office configuration was wide open with cubicles for a high employee count. The Financial Guys’ needs were completely different. They wanted large high-end offices throughout their space. Since the task was so comprehensive, the challenge was to find a demountable wall system that could go from concept to completion quickly…

 

Tower Life Building – San Antonio, TX

Tower Life properties were looking for a demountable wall system that could meet their structural needs, today and in the future, as their clients’ needs change. They were particularly interested in renovating two floors that have been vacant for some time. NxtWall demountable architectural wall systems were the perfect answer to address Tower Life’s dilemma. After renovating its two vacant floors, Tower Life Properties closed the deal with a tenant within two weeks. What started as a 2-floor project has now turned in to an ongoing project. Today, NxtWall has been used to renovate over 10 floors of the Tower Life Building…

 

Controlled Products, LLC – Dalton, GA

Controlled Products is the world’s leading manufacturer of artificial turf. Much of the innovation in the turf industry is due to Controlled Product’s strong commitment to research and development. They incorporate the latest technology into each project and into their state-of-the-art facilities in Dalton, Georgia. Controlled Products prides itself on their ability to develop, market and package innovative, customized turf solutions…

 

FNB of MICHIGAN- NxtWall demountable wall system case study

First National Bank of Michigan – Holland, MI

The new Holland branch of FNB of Michigan moved into a temporary location while their permanent location was under construction. They wanted a wall system that was not only architecturally appealing, but also demountable and reconfigurable— which would make the transition into their new location much easier, and less time consuming.

 

Banner Bank Building - NxtWall demountable wall system case study

Banner Bank Building – Boise, ID

The Banner Bank Building is Idaho’s first multi-tenant office building to be certified with a LEED PLATINUM Certification. The Banner Bank Building occupies eleven stories at one of the city’s premier downtown addresses. This business center hosts 180,000 square feet of office and retail space.

 

Marshall Lifestyle Medicine - NxtWall demountable wall system case study

Marshall Lifestyle Medicine – Lexington, KY

Marshall Lifestyle Medicine Specializes in lifestyle medicine with a commitment to mind, body, and wellness. An interior space that was welcoming, attractive and calming where patients, family and friends would feel safe, nutured and even pampered was desired.

 

American International School of Utah - NxtWall demountable wall system case study

American International School of Utah – Murray, UT

The American International School of Utah (AISU) serves grades K-12. The middle and high schools maintain a rigorous academic
environment tailored to the individual with project-based learning aimed at preparing students for college by cultivating the next
generation of problem solvers with an emphasis on innovation.

 

Ashfield Meetings & Events - NxtWall demountable wall system case study

Ashfield Meetings & Events – Ivyland, PA

Informal meeting spaces are what this company thrives on for collaboration. Brightly painted rooms are toward the front of
the space, adjacent to a large, formal conference room. NxtWall demountable glass walls allow these rooms to feel larger while
also providing acoustical privacy.

 

Holy Redeemer - NxtWall demountable wall system case study

Holy Redeemer – Huntingdon Valley, PA

Convent to house the Sisters of the Holy Redeemer, this late 1930’s building has undergone a tremendous modern interior
transformation. The 3-story building was repurposed into a learning and conference center for the Holy Redeemer Health System
employees. The goal was to create an environment that would fit their corporate mission.