With any facility, the obvious thing you must have is a solid foundation. But honestly, that really goes without saying. The next thing you need to focus on is design. Facilities, especially of the medical type, have begun to become more customer/patient-friendly. In other words, they look and feel more inviting with vibrant colors, comfortable and modern furniture, as well as design elements, like shelves, desks, and wall mounts.
There is an old adage that says, “The first step is always the hardest.” Or “The journey of a 1,000 miles starts with a single step.” At HM General Contractors, we know what the first step and the last step feels like. More importantly, we walk with our clients every step of the way.
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Most people love animals, so much so that they want at least one animal roaming around their house or apartment. With this love for the furred, feathered, or scaled creatures, it only makes sense that as the human population grows so will the amount of pet ownership. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), pet ownership is definitely on the rise. And according to further research by the major veterinarian group, Millenials are the ones with the highest level of pet ownership.
There are so many different lighting options, and if you have ever done your due diligence of studying the lighting situation in various businesses (even homes), you will notice that not every lighting option goes with the scenery. This is why lighting in your business is a huge part of making your business, whether medical, dental, optometry, or veterinary, as welcoming as possible.
Optometry clinics are on the rise as the Millennial generation begins to take over for the Baby Boomer generation in size and scale. This is all according to research conducted by a market research group.
The amount of annual revenue in the field of optometry is projected to grow exponentially, and from recent on-going trends, the Millennials look to be playing a large role in that growth.