IMPROVING A PROGRAM WITH A CEREAL BOX

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All CG Schmidt employees understand the importance of getting clients the best product for their money, and go the extra mile to do so. While constructing the West Bend Clinic Surgery Center, changes in the design of the center’s connection to the existing building caused the project’s price tag to increase. To bring costs down, CG Schmidt re-designed a feature that would connect the Surgery Center to the clinic. But it was no architect’s brain child that did this. The project’s superintendent used his problem-solving skills – and a cereal box – to demonstrate a design that would later save the Center more than $300,000.