HGR has invested in 20001 Euclid Avenue, and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. Freshwater Cleveland recently visited and saw how much it has changed over the years. HGR blew the top off of the drop-tile ceiling in the sales office that was enclosed in drab soft blue walls, leaving the sunlight to shine through the bay windows from high above. The room is now more of a representation of the 500,000 square foot showroom full of used machinery and surplus supplies. The same lathes, mills, and welding equipment in the showroom, would feel in place in the office. Customers are greeted by a massive well-lit area smelling of fresh coffee and donuts.
They used to not exist. At all. The new kitchen and breakroom were a lobby of an old paintball facility. Graffiti and paint smatters covered the area that is now filled with expertly crafted tables and stools. HGR didn’t see it for what it was, but what it could become. Multiple offices and office areas were created and filled with industrial themed decor. The once unused space was brought back to life and given purpose.
HGR Isn’t Done Yet
The remodel didn’t stop at the sales office or the administration offices. Now it is time for the front of the building to get a facelift. Construction has already begun with the front entrance where the proud HGR sign hung for 20 years being reduced to rubble. The plans for the new entrance include sliding doors, retaining walls, and a patio for FREE lunch Wednesdays. Some trees and shrubbery will border the patio giving you a break from staring at trucks all day.
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