Garners Food Service Equipment has unveiled its new website, which also sees the reveal of new services aimed at improving the distributor’s 3D design output.
While 3D design has been in Garners’ repertoire for some time, it is now taking eligible clients on 3D tours of their virtual venues and supplying 360° renders not only for client marketing purposes, but also in its own bid presentations to improve client involvement.
Garners’ business development director, Andy Brown, weighed in on the business opportunities presented by Autodesk’s Revit software. “We’ve seen the demand for specialist software grow beyond construction clientele recently, as more and more end users look for long-term investments and thus want the most accurate and benefit-rich pre-construction methods in place.”
He added: “While the 3D tours and 360° renders make the difference in decision-making processes, it’s the architectural benefits of Revit that ultimately impact the efficiency of the build and installation phase, thus attracting the attention of prospective organisations.”
Examples of Garner’s 360° renders are available on its new website. Having started out as a commercial kitchen supplier/installer in the 1980s, the company has gone on to add 3D design, project management, design consultancy, maintenance and servicing to its capabilities over the years, with the new services now looking to enhance its current offering.