It may seem like bigger is the best plan in order to prepare for growth. But until you grow, you will be paying unnecessary overhead for a building too big for your needs.
There is is also a downside to too small, however. You have to pay certain fixed costs no matter the size of your center. It’s better to build for current needs, while having space available to expand.Back To Top
If your starting production level will require 8,500 sq. ft., why pay rent on 12,000 to 15,000 sq. ft. (the size of an average drug store converted to plasma operation)?
It’s better to choose a size right for right now, that will allow for expansion later. This way, you only pay rent on occupied space.Back To Top
Look carefully at the land you are considering. Is there space around it to grow, without cannibalizing your parking lot?
You also want to be sure expanding will not require you to cease operations during construction.Back To Top
To streamline delivery and control costs, we take a prototype approach when possible, engage local civil engineering consultants for each project, and establish a working relationship with the local governing authority.