We recognize that building and managing a new business or expanding an existing market requires a significant investment of your time, energy, and financial resources. For these reasons, we will provide you with a dedicated project manager that is adept at orchestrating the process of taking your vision to reality.
We offer all the resources to complete the cycle from conceptual design, to final design, to fabrication, to a well-managed rollout. Whether you purchase carts, kiosks, RMUs, merchandisers or MFI’s commercial modular buildings, each of these steps will be tailored to meet your unique needs. For example, you may already have conceptual drawings. We will make certain that your final design is producible and within your budget. As our client, you decide how you would like to work with MFI and which of our resources are appropriate for you.
We study and understand your vision; your functional and aesthetic requirements, and your budgetary and schedule objectives. Code compliance is addressed. Conceptual renderings, equipment layouts, and preliminary drawings are prepared during conceptual design.Read More1
We create three-dimensional CAD drawings depicting your functional and aesthetic requirements. Value engineering and producibility issues are studied. Final measurements, colors, materials, equipment, and service requirements are called out. A quotation letter with specifications, pricing, terms, schedules, shipping, and installation is prepared.Read More2
We complete the fabrication drawings, order and procure the materials and equipment, schedule factory resources, and complete the assembly and systems integration. You will sign the overall fabrication approval drawings. Final quality checks, inspections, burn-in and testing are completed during fabrication.Read More3
Everything is shipped and installed and we provide training: We provide in-house packing and loading of overseas containers. MFI installers will travel to location and set up the completed product. We will train your personnel on all functional and maintenance requirements. If you do not require on-site installation, we will complete the planning for you and coordinate the necessary resources. A final walk through will be scheduled prior to turning the project over to you.Read More4