At Junair, we fully understand that the design must meet the requirements of the work provider, the facility owner or manager and the operatives of the body shop. With this attitude in mind it’s important to take into account the size and shape of the building, current and future production levels, the paint manufacturer’s processes, future process developments and environmental considerations or restraints. To ensure satisfaction we consult with each client’s production personnel and then take into account their budget constraints.
Junair understands that the facility should harmonise efficiency, as the maximum production capacity is directly related to the least productive operation within it. Therefore, we will ensure that work bays are multi-functional wherever possible and operating costs are kept as low as possible.
It is important to select the right type of equipment for the specific production task to ensure maximising return on investment. It is equally important to lay out the repair bays / stalls to minimise vehicle movement and locate the production equipment to maximise efficiency and production capacity.
Junair designs shops for some of the largest and most productive collision repair operators. On an ongoing basis its design team continues to gain knowledge and experience to make sure Junair’s customers stay ahead of the pack by designing shops not only for today, but also for the future.
With many satisfied customers, you can be sure your body shop design is in good hands.