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Heartland Acoustics & Interiors Shines with Office Remodel

Heartland Acoustics & Interiors has completed a full renovation of their headquarters office in Colorado. To highlight what they do best, the new office features multiple ceiling and wall applications in each of the rooms so when guests visit, they can see the high-quality products that Heartland is known for delivering.

    

Everything in the office is new and fresh. Each room is decorated to fit the modern feel of the company and new colors brighten each department. Common areas are filled with activities for all to enjoy, and the full kitchen/cafe was a welcome addition as well.

    

Though the floor space did not increase in size, the reconfiguration makes it feel larger. With more emphasis being put on open work space, the entire office has gone from feeling segmented and compact to giving the team a feeling of comradery and an increase focus on working together to solve problems.

    

As the company continues to grow, it is important to show the new products and applications, whether it be a wall treatment, a ceiling application, or sound proofing of a noisy area. One unique feature in the Collaboration Area is four graphic printed wall panels that look like a graffiti brick wall. The picture was taken by Gordon on one his trips to Austin, Texas, where Heartland has a new branch. The photo is of the side of an Austin building that has since been painted over so no one will ever see that artwork again, unless they come to the Heartland office. The unique product is one of several that are showcased in the office.

    

Heartland Acoustics & Interiors is a specialized interior contractor performing suspended acoustical ceilings, specialty metal ceilings, wood ceilings, acoustical wall panels, acoustical sound treatments and stretch wall & ceiling systems.

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