Design and consultation service
Working with you
From your initial enquiry, one of our experienced sales specialists will work with you to understand your requirements and preferences. We will conduct a site survey so that we can understand the physical elements and constraints and make the best use of space.
We interact with you to understand operators roles, workflows and priorities as well as technological needs. We create a vision for your control room where furniture has the latest ergonomic features so that operators feel comfortable and are productive during long demanding shifts.
Our team of highly skilled designers work with the sales specialist to create a high quality sales proposal drawings which conform to British Standards for control room design. Small teams focus on a specific sectors in order to understand the challenges faced in control rooms, allowing them to propose a workable solution for you.
Standards and compliance
All Thinking Space design proposals recognise the human factor of control room operators. Wherever possible, our designs conform to British Standards for control room design:
- BS 11064
- BS50518 parts 1-3 for alarm receiving centres
- DDA compliancy for disabled users of furniture and buildings
3D drawings as standard
The final element of the design process is a high quality 3D rendered drawing with four views as standard, to help visualise your control room and gain approval for your project.
The next step
The sales proposal drawings you have approved are transformed into comprehensive site and manufacturing details easily with AutoCad Inventor software. Under the wing of your assigned Project Manager, your furniture can be manufactured quickly, efficiently and accurately.
You can be assured that any product design changes are accurately conveyed throughout the whole process by using the software.