OneSource Office Interiors

Project Management

Our project management services make things easy for you by planning the entire process and organizing the efforts of all those involved.

Office furniture isn't simple. Today, it has to do more. Even the simplest wood desk has technology running through it which makes it part of the space, not just something in it. Purchasing furniture depends upon a complex set of decisions about the way furniture meets business needs, how it works with the environment, and how it gets to where you want it. That's why the process needs to be managed.

Establishing a new workplace, or updating an existing one can be even more complicated. It requires exceptional organization and attention to detail to ensure that your project remains on time and within budget parameters. If you are not a furniture expert, this can be a daunting task. That is where we come in. Our Project Management Services bring common sense to workplace furniture. It is about planning, process, and working side by side with you and your account executive.

Our project managers will oversee and manage the entire process, from the initial order to the final installation. They will coordinate the efforts of the space designer, contractor, electrician, computer network installer, furniture suppliers, movers, and furniture installers. Additionally, they have access to warehousing space, furniture parts and equipment, furniture refurbishing and customization, used furniture brokers, and furniture installers to help ensure that the entire process runs smoothly.

Listed below are some examples of the services we provide:

  • Develop a vast understanding of project goals and the people involved
  • Create a communication plan
  • Attend related meetings
  • Make a contact list
  • Coordinate delivery and installation schedules
  • Monitor schedule delays or changes
  • Verify the order
  • On-site supervision during installation
  • Troubleshoot any problems
  • Prepare a punch list of items needing resolution
  • Verify invoices and charges
  • Review all billing
  • Forward a project closure letter to the client