Gym Design Process

Opening a new gym whether it is a business or a home gym can be a daunting task, but there is no need to worry. Our gym design and installation services take out the guesswork and can turnaround a fully kitted out, safe, effective environment for you to train or run classes. Take a quick read of our step by step process below and find out what is best for you when thinking of investing in your own facility.

Step 1 - Planning

In this stage the customer comes to us to discuss their project in detail.

It is important to take a few key decisions into account here. For example, what kind of training will you be doing. This will give us an idea on the type of equipment you are looking for, whether it is a functional gym, with a rig and free weights, or it could be more of a commercial bodybuilding style facility with more strength pieces. Once the type of training is established, it give us an idea of what equipment and price range to quote you. When the quote is provided for you, then we can add or remove items until the cost and the equipment matches your vision. 

Another important step in the planning stage is measurements of your space you are working with. Generally we get the customer to provide us with measurements of the facility or occasionally if required we can perform a site visit for the customer. These measurements are then used in stage 2, the design stage, to further refine the project. 

Step 2 - Design

Once we have a rough idea of the type of equipment required and a rough costing, we then use the measurements of the space to create a to-scale 3D render of the facility, fully kitted out with all the equipment you desire. This will ensure that your space is used efficiently and that all equipment fits in, before installation takes place. The last thing you want to happen is to purchase to much equipment and have customers struggling with space, or alternatively, too little equipment and have the facility feeling unfinished.

Step 3 - Execution

Once we have a rough idea of the type of equipment required and a rough costing, we then use the measurements of the space to create a to-scale 3D render of the facility, fully kitted out with all the equipment you desire. This will ensure that your space is used efficiently and that all equipment fits in, before installation takes place. The last thing you want to happen is to purchase to much equipment and have customers struggling with space, or alternatively, too little equipment and have the facility feeling unfinished.