Design, Engineering & Prototyping
DESIGNING YOUR FUTURE
Lucid Management Group’s unique design team consists of experienced creative architectural designers and engineers that challenge each other from the outset of the design to ensure that the product is both architecturally stimulating while remaining functional and cost effective.
The design process relies heavily on feedback from the client, and the starting point for LMG is the development of ideas and concepts into a final product. These ideas and concepts will then be refined and developed for client approval before the engineering process begins. This is an exciting journey with the client and is fundamental to developing a world class product that is suitable for the intended environment.
ENGINEERING DESIGN, FEATURES & INNOVATIONS
The use of 3D CAD Software is the most effective way of analyzing designs in the architectural environment. The analysis of different components allows for review prior to prototype manufacturing. Lucid Management Group is committed to using environmentally friendly state of the art design innovations whenever possible.
- 3D Structural Model Analysis
- Slim Line Effective Structural Application
- Modularity to Add Functional Units if and When Required
- Fast Offsite Fabrication Which Minimizes On-site Interruption
- Maximize Life Cycle
- Fast Operational Access
- Use of LEAN Manufacturing Techniques
- Energy Efficient Lighting
Structural safety of the design is of paramount importance and all designs and materials are based on the structural stability of our products. We engineer all our products to ensure that they meet or exceed the local requirements for wind and all environmental standards.
As with any new product, valuable feedback is a result of prototype manufacturing where key interfacing issues are discussed.
After the initial prototype is completed, Lucid Management Group provides a post prototype design review prior to mass production of products. The entire Lucid Management Team review all of the designs to ensure that any issues arising from the prototyping have been addressed prior to mass production.