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West Michigan Compounding’s New Loft Style Offices

West Michigan Compounding’s New Loft Style Offices

West Michigan Compounding’s Reception Area

With a dynamic young president and a focus on innovation, West Michigan Compounding is a company to watch! With a business plan to grow operations, they needed to expand their offices. Wolverine Building Group reached out to r.o.i. Design for interior design services for this office expansion, which more than doubled the office space, added break-out space and new restrooms. 

Ashley Everin, Vice President of West Michigan Compounding, wanted the new office to have a clean, loft look with open ceilings, concrete floors, glass office walls, a touch of reclaimed wood, and new office systems.

In addition to interior finishes, r.o.i. Design assisted them in finding an office furniture supplier who could provide “the look” they wanted. West Michigan Office Interiors was one of four groups we reached out to, and West Michigan Compounding chose to work with them to create a great open office.

For more about West Michigan Compounding, please visit
wmcompounding.com.

Open Office Systems by West Michigan Office interiors
Wood Divider Wall
Break Room
Break-Out Area with Refreshment Station
Complete Health Dentistry: “Furniture City” Dental Office

Complete Health Dentistry: “Furniture City” Dental Office

Reception Area with Custom Ash Reception Desk

Dr. Nick Ritzema and his team have a vision for a more holistic practice where their dental patients’ complete health is considered. That meant they needed a space that included training space as well as enough room for growth. With the help of First Companies, they identified a building to purchase and renovate. First Companies called on r.o.i Design to help with creating a loft-like space that paid homage to the Grand Rapids history as the “Furniture City”.

Like the old furniture manufacturing buildings in Grand Rapids, the interiors have wood columns and beams, exposed brick, interior glazing, and vinyl flooring that resembles concrete floors. The space is warm, inviting, and offers a fresh take on an industrial loft. Some fun elements are the modular carpet tiles with metallic backings, hand stained cement blocks in the staff break area island face, herringbone wood planks in the exam rooms, and black conduit on the ceilings to connect the lighting.

r.o.i. Design provided lobby furniture that supported the industrial loft feel and worked with Kentwood Office Furniture, who provided the office furniture.

For more about Complete Health Dentistry please visit www.chdentistry.com

Refreshment Area
Reception Area
Operatory
Corridor Behind Reception
The Benefits of Solar Shades

The Benefits of Solar Shades

Love the sun, but can’t see the computer screen?

Everyone loves natural light, except when it’s reflecting off their computer screen. Unlike louvered blinds, solar shades don’t cast a pattern on the screen and still allow for a filtered view. They optimize natural light while controlling heat and glare.

r.o.i. Design is a distributor of SWF Contract Solar Shading Systems. Solar shades are roller shades that provide a clean design aesthetic along with the ability to manage sunlight and heat. SWF offers a range of materials to suit any commercial environment. SWF products are comparable to those offered by other brands, meeting LEED air quality and emission specifications.

In addition to this quality product, we provide the following services:

  • Free Estimates, Consultations, and Product Selections
  • Site Measuring and Product Engineering
  • Installation

We can make it simple for you by taking the project from consultation to installation. Call us for more information:

(616) 459-3539

Or email: rondageyer@roidesign.com

Expanding Our Team – We are Looking to Grow

Expanding Our Team – We are Looking to Grow

Tiny but mighty, r.o.i. Design is exploring the idea of adding staff. We would welcome a professional who is comfortable developing leads and customer relationships, as well as performing hands-on design. Ideally, this person is an interior designer but could be an architect or a graphic designer. They need to be entrepreneurial and experienced in designing to a budget.

The candidate would be a good fit if they value collaboration, hard work, commitment, innovation, and honesty, and aren’t afraid to unload a truck of furniture alongside the rest of us. 

Our key customer is the “design-build contractor or developer”. We help them design the facilities they build for their tenants and end users. We also work with business owners directly in creating non-traditional office environments, retail spaces, multi-family public spaces and residences, and medical and dental offices. We have been known to design some great building facades as well.

Our office is on the fringe of downtown and is an eclectic mix of casual styles that matches who we are as a group.

For more information about the opportunity, contact Mary Witte. marywitte@roidesign.com.

Work in Progress – Open Soon!

Work in Progress – Open Soon!

We have been busy and are looking forward to projects opening their doors this spring. We are showcasing just a couple of them:


With First Companies:

CBD Consulting

CBD Consulting – Progress Photo of Break Room

We are partnering with Dixon Architecture to create a stunning building that will house CBD Consulting and their tenants. CBD Consulting enhances educational facilities through the power of technology, training educators and planning school technology systems. The new building reflects their cutting-edge approach and houses their offices and learning labs. Dixon is particularly pleased with the cantilevered second floor offices and r.o.i. Design is very happy with the stairwell lighting, the corridor birch columns, the ceiling bulkheads and pops of green and orange color throughout.

Complete Health Dentistry, Dr. Nick Ritzema DDS

Complete Health Dentistry – Progress Photo

We are partnering with architect James Brodi of Create 3 PLLC to create an industrial space that includes new interior brick, exposed ceilings and electrical conduit, polished concrete, reclaimed Grand Rapids ash reception desk, shelves, and beams. The use of interior glass, framed in black, is a simple and striking look. The lower breakroom island is built from faux-painted concrete block, giving the staff space its own urban look.

With Dykhouse Construction:

Mill Steel

Mill Steel – Progress Photo of New Break Room Cabinets

This third-generation business is moving to an existing 36,000 square foot building in southeast Grand Rapids, but not before an entire remodel. We are partnering with Dixon Architecture to create new exterior dormers, canopies, decks, and landscaping, as well as a complete demolition and reconstruction of the interior spaces. Looking to house a growing and young workforce, the new space is driven by expandable space, collaborative space, break room and café, and a generous training room.  The bold blue of the Mill Steel logo is represented in the interior, along with some interesting details that include live plants in the break room, pivot doors that open up the break room to the training room, Dri-Design metal panels inside and out, bold carpet patterns, outdoor patio, and a fire pit.


Look for more stories about our designs for dermatologists, professional cleaners, furniture manufacturers, pediatric dentists, multi-family developments, automobile mirror manufacturers, and jewelry stores coming soon!