Our Approach

Never taking a template approach, our team of specialists customize each project to a client’s specific needs and business objectives. The results are process-driven solutions for a wide range of global industrial challenges. 

Master Planning

Our primary goal in Master Planning is maximization of a client’s return on their purchase and investment. The BI team recognizes that data analysis leads to powerful solutions, so we focus on each operation in detail, prioritizing all potential short and long-term plans for implementation. Typical Master Plans may include:

  • Business Plan Review
  • Operations Audits
  • Benchmarking Analysis
  • Current Condition Assessment
  • Data Collection and Analysis
  • Conceptual Solution Development and Evaluation
  • Solution Simulation
  • Consolidation and Expansion Options
  • Logistics and Workflow Improvements
  • ROI Analysis

Detailed Design

Our design approach – from operational layouts and sub-systems to full WMS and ERP design – tailors equipment, workflow and software to the organization for optimized efficiency and ROI. From our Systematic Layout Planning approach to a detailed specification and bid approach for vendor selection and monitoring, we measure and verify every aspect of a project through every step.

  • Workflow Design and Process Improvement
  • Facility Layout Planning
  • Material Handling System Design
  • Operating Process Documentation
  • System and Software Requirements
  • Equipment Specifications
  • Lean Training Programs
  • A / E Design Interface

Implementation

From Material Handling to Lean Manufacturing, Transportation to Facility Consolidation and Expansion, our custom processes and implementation solutions provide clients worldwide with the assurances that designs will be complete on time and on budget. We strive to maximize our time, assuring clients of the highest return with the lowest effort and cost.

  • Project Management
  • Vendor Proof of Performance
  • Equipment Installation Coordination
  • Material Handling Implementation
  • System Turnover
  • Start-up, De-Bug and Construction Interface
  • Application of Lean Manufacturing Principles and Techniques