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JB Cutting completes office renovation

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M1/DTW designed JB Cutting’s corporate headquarters in Mount Clemens, Michigan.

JB Cutting’s corporate headquarters in Mount Clemens, Michigan underwent a $300,000 total renovation project to convert the 3,000 sq. ft. combined office and break room into an open office by re-imagining the layout and diminishing some of the under-utilized break room.  The project was designed by M1/DTW, a Detroit-based design studio.

JB Cutting has worked with M1/DTW on several projects, including its award-winning 6 Salon design in Birmingham, Michigan (named “Salon of the Year” in 2014).  In addition to its trademark use of “Skid-Guard,” a high-density overlaid plywood, M1/DTW specified Snow and Moonlight, along with colors out of JB Cutting’s Benchmark Collection of 3DL doors, drawer fronts and accessories.

The interior design features cubicle work stations for each office worker, with production management and procurement located in their own work area on the opposite side of a shared kitchenette.  A glass-enclosed conference room is at the center of the office and includes a new 50” flat screen for PowerPoint presentations or shared screen sessions.  The renovation was undertaken to facilitate work flow and to give each employee their own space.

JB Cutting President Debra Behring, said “I could not be happier with the design and new layout!  Although this project entailed years of planning, it was well worth it.”

www.jbcutting.com

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December 3, 2015 at 7:00 am

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