What if the client does not want the decorating of a standard, functional (restaurant) kitchen, but has a challenging assignment that involves the specialty of many different people such as a constructor, an interior designer, an interior engineer and a electronic and/or a mechanical fitter?
Some of our clients consider coordinating the job themselves, however, is this the wise thing to do? Because it is also possible to let Horequip handle a part of the coordinating jobs, this can even be done as a turnkey solution.
Turnkey solutions are usually done based on a fixed price with a set completion date. We can do this because of our years of experience with the realizing of complex assignments and all knowledge we have within our company. Through the years it has become clear that clients find this a comfortable way of doing business because it is low risk and low cost. Working together without having to worry is what we like to call that. Also, after completion our service component handles the regular maintenance and repairs if necessary. Doesn’t that sound very appealing?