Below are some of the projects we've completed recently. No matter your industry, we can help bring your space to life.
Washburn University wanted to create a versatile, cohesive space for their new Welcome Center that would allow students and families to visit, register, study and socialize.
Our client engaged our team to help transform their headquarters into a modern, flexible, high-performance workplace.
While a challenge, the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown didn’t keep our Wichita team from creating this eye-catching work environment within the Sedgwick County Zoo’s new administrative building—just in time for their 50th anniversary.
Our team provided modular casework and furniture solutions to help our healthcare client better support their patients and provide flexibility to adapt to evolving needs.
Beauty and history + functionality and flexibility = our latest noteworthy project from our Kansas City team.
Our team helped create a more comfortable, collaborative environment to allow our client's Tulsa-based IT team to work individually, as well as service internal customers.
When our client decided to completely transform their U.S. Headquarters, they reengaged one of our designers to lead the charge, based on their positive experience on a previous project. The final results were significant, both inside and out.
Our team helped our client design this welcoming space for their veteran patients while successfully navigating the pandemic and supply chain issues.
Comfort, privacy, and flexibility in employee workspaces inspired this full redesign of our client's brand new office space.
This modern, architectural space in Kansas City's Crossroads District includes plenty of eye-catching areas for this engineering company's employees to share ideas and collaborate.
Our commercial flooring division recently completed this distinctive project for one of Lee's Summit's newest library branch locations.
Our Lenexa team was pleased to help design this elevated, collaborative space for Watco's new corporate headquarters, which greatly reflects the company's unique brand and culture.
Big Brothers Big Sisters wanted their new space in Tulsa to be bright and inviting, so it would appeal to their staff, volunteers, and the clients they serve. We were happy to oblige!
Our Wichita team had the privilege of helping create this sophisticated, engaging, and multi-functional workspace for IMA's brand new corporate headquarters.
In the middle of the pandemic, our team helped create a welcoming, engaging space for our client's employees to work, collaborate, learn, and thrive.
When our client needed a fully furnished, operational space in a short amount of time in order to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the John A. Marshall Co. team had the perfect solution.
Our Oklahoma City team utilized their project and design expertise to help our real estate investment client create inspired settings for university students in a remote location.
Quality products and high-performance seating, paired with our exemplary delivery/installation services, were the key ingredients for this win-win project at the new Johnson County Courthouse.
Our team helped create this beautiful, inspiring space for our long-term A&D partner's new office, located in a former "Ice House" in downtown Wichita.
Our Wichita team embraced the spirit of design when furnishing this church's contemporary facilities in Olathe, KS, to help their community worship and attract new members.
With a prime location in Kansas City's Crossroads District, Emprise Bank wanted to create a unique space that could be used for both business development and entertainment.
Our Wichita team collaborated with Salt Creek Interior Design on this beautiful installation for Fee Insurance Group, inside a converted grocery store.
Our long-term client challenged us to create a space to accommodate up to 137 employees, encourage collaboration, and maintain privacy. We gladly accepted.