• Healthcare

    Healthcare

    One of the things that we are trying to change is our behavior as it relates to how we will build out interior environments in Healthcare applications.
    The amount of change that occurs within hospitals is constant. Most hospitals have a permanent construction trailer on site to be able to handle the reality of their environments which are not able to keep up with the need for flexibility.
    This is the same message that we have been delivering since 2004 “There is a better way to build out our interiors, one that gets away from fixed in place construction.”
    None of us have a crystal ball. We don't know what technology is going to look like 2 years, 4 years,10 years from now. Yet we are trying to design spaces conventionally that are needed to be flexible enough to deal with whatever may be coming our way. With a modular solution we can reduce our initial construction waste, but more importantly, we will be able to respond to the need for flexibility not only today, but in the future.

    ICU

    Emergency rooms (ERs)

    Out patient department (Clinics)

    Patient rooms

    Dialysis centers

    Endoscopy rooms (GI)

    Waiting areas

  • Corporate

    Corporate

    In the long run, to be the cheapest is a refuge for people who don't have the flair to design something worth paying for, who don't have the guts to point to their product or their service and say, "This isn’t the cheapest, but it's worth it."

    Lounges

    Meeting rooms

    Offices

  • Research & Education

    Research & Education

    We don't know what technology will look like in the future, but we do know that it is a presence in today’s classroom. There will only be great demands on environments to respond to and integrate technology in the future.
    Do we need to think beyond "Old School" for our future? Are we holding students and educators back? What does "project based learning" and "student centric learning" look like in design? What could it look like today if we "Do It Right”?
    Interactive technology can be integrated. The third teacher becomes the environment. Imagine a classroom where the walls are an interactive and fun part of the learning solution. Construction designed to be part of the classroom curriculum.

    Class rooms

    Lecture rooms

    Offices

    Research labs

    Libraries & co working spaces

  • Hospitality / Retail

    Hospitality / Retail

    NMG solutions provide the flexibility to accommodate changing needs, and easy access to the digital technology that drives public service. Older facilities can be updated to meet 21st century needs, and NMG’s design and manufacturing efficiencies ensure the least possible amount of disruption, waste and noise.

    Waiting areas

    Lounges

    Offices