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How can an asset capture be provided for almost 200 locations in 2 weeks?

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With national ADA regulation changes set to become effective in March 2011, a retailer needed a comprehensive asset capture of individual stores. The retailer needed the consulting information delivered for over 170 stores in a 2 weeks time […]

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TVs aren’t just for sports bars anymore.  Televisions at retailers and restaurants have become more prevalent for marketing display purposes.  A client wanted to change their current menu board visuals with 52”inch LCD televisions connected to the company intranet. updated daily from a remote location. The menu selection could then be updated daily from a […]

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The Eagle Has Landed

On December 22, 2009 By

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How do you move a 400 pound eagle that doesn’t fly?

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How do you install ICEE machines in over 100 locations as part of a national restaurant chain rollout?

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Lemont, IL

Traditionally, many people choose to spend their Valentine’s Day celebration at a favorite restaurant.

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Surf’s Up

On November 28, 2009 By

How can a safety concern for a visual display be solved in a cost effective manner?

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A client needed an oversized fixture moved from one facility to […]

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Don’t Move an Inch

On October 1, 2009 By

A retail client has high-quality, expensive furniture on a storefront porch.  The chairs needed to be secured to prevent shifting that not only disrupts the overall visual display, but also scratches and damages the floor.  Securing the expensive chairs in their proper location will also deter theft. […]

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WOODn’t You Like to Know

On September 15, 2009 By

A client had a facility where the wood floor was in dire need of replacement.  Multiple attempts by various vendors to refinish the wood floor had finally left the floor in a state of disrepair that was simply unacceptable to the client’s standards.  The uneven floor had […]

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Stick to It

On September 14, 2009 By

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A client felt that discarded, blackened gum stuck to the brick outside their high-end retail facility was beginning to compromise their aesthetic […]

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