Prioritizing Field Measurement to Minimize Risk

Every detail matters in the design and build community. This is why we never take the Field Measurement phase of our proprietary, integrated process lightly. During this phase, the field data MetroWall project managers collect during the Field Measurement phase of our proprietary, integrated process is sent to our Congers, NY-based facility and is used by our production team to manufacture the systems for each glass wall project. Field measurements can have a massive impact on the success of a project and it’s why we consider it an important phase of our proprietary, integrated process. Here are three reasons why MetroWall prioritizes accurate field measurements. 

  1. Structural Irregularities: Field measurements provide an opportunity to assess and address any structural irregularities or obstacles that may impact the installation of glass wall interiors. By identifying and accommodating these challenges early on, stakeholders can develop strategic solutions for a smoother installation process. As the saying goes, “Measure twice, cut once.” 
  2. Customization and Design Precision: Building a custom space is an excellent way for landlords to secure long-term tenants, or for companies to create a unique space that reflects their values and culture. Especially for custom projects, our project manager, engineers, and production team work together to ensure the field data collected will meet design specifications, as well as make sure everything is installed to code. 
  3. Avoiding Costly Revisions: Inaccurate measurements can lead to costly mistakes during installation. For example, if a field measurement is inaccurate this will result to parts being produced incorrectly and incorrect parts showing up to a job site. This can result in installation being set back and this impacts the overall timeline of a project. This is something we never want to happen. Can mistakes occur? Yes, but our team does everything we can to minimize errors during the field measurement phase and throughout installation to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget.  

Details matter and mean the difference between an unhappy client or a satisfied one. We always aim to exceed expectations, and field measurements are one of many ways we work to minimize risk, execute bold designs that elevate the human experience, and deliver frictionless project experience.  

If you are considering glass wall interiors for your next commercial project, contact our team or download our brochure to learn more.  

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Mona Kumar Joins MetroWall as an NYC Business Development Manager

Mona Kumar joined the MetroWall team at the start of the new year. She has 20+ years of experience in design and real estate, and more specifically she brings a decade of A&D industry experience to our team. As the daughter of an architect and someone who is creative at heart, Mona considers it an honor Mona Kumar leaning on glass panel. to work with such an innovative and creative community.  

 What excites you most about working in the design and build industry? 

Client engagement! I have a passion for architecture, interior design, and real estate, so being involved in the design process is something I thoroughly enjoy. Also, I want to be a resource to my clients and help them find a solution.  

 What is your goal when working with clients? 

Offering options that are going to meet specific project needs. I also work hard to build a solid relationship with the stakeholders I’m working with so that they feel comfortable communicating their needs and feel they can rely on me. It goes back to wanting to be a resource. 

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If you have a project that calls for premium glass wall interiors in New York City, contact us or download our brochure to learn more about MetroWall and how our proprietary, integrated process can make a difference on your next project. 

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