InSights is a woman-owned firm. Founded in December of 2010 and incorporated in North Carolina, we are proud to call Winston-Salem home.
Architectural projects are expensive investments and even when badly needed, are not always fiscally possible. Often, addressing the interior design of a space can extend the grace-period of your business' functionality as well as its perception until a larger project can be afforded.
During challenging economic times, perhaps even especially so, your own clients will be evaluating your business' appearance as representative of its financial stability and of its leadership's pride and committment to the work you do.
Our study process is unique and very data intensive, often employing GIS analysis and mapping to assist with redistricting to accommodate changes in facilities and student population or balancing of ethnicity, socio-economic background or travel time.
When looking at a district's future, we gather information from municipalities, utility companies, private developers and planning offices regarding zoning, infrastructure and construction plans. While no one can predict the future, we understand that school districts' best decisions can be made when the most relevant information is gathered, summarized clearly and presented interactively so that districts can explore a variety of "what if" scenarios.
Building projects, large and small, are always significant investments by their owners as well as being very visible to the general public. When financial resources are scarce, public perception can steer even the most well-guided ship into a sandbar. Perception and reaction are often emotionally charged and can sometimes have very real consequences. InSights believes that real and honest information exchange is the best way to shift the emotional reaction to thoughtful consideration and ultimately, towards positive acceptance.
We provide analytical reports, graphical presentations, physical models and media communications regarding projects so that the public can understand the needs and the decisions that made a building project investment a responsible choice.