In our 128,000 sq. ft. facility, our integrated team of designers and carpenters work together to handle everything under one roof for a streamlined process. Method-1 has a revolutionary process for ensuring that your facility is improved with as little disruption to the patient experience as possible. We handle the design concept, the fabrication and the installation for one seamless workflow. Method-1 gives you the ability to have the interior you’ve always wanted with the piece of mind you deserve.
Consider how Method-1 can help enhance the patient experience.
- Positive Distractions
- Informational Stations
- Indoor Graphics
- Wall Murals
- Media Walls
- Cafe Stations
- Donor Walls
- Modular Exhibits
- Displays & Banners
We’re specialists at creating positive distractions throughout your facility to provide pleasant visual stimulation for your patients and staff. Improve a patient’s visit with our WallArmor™, mesa walls and more. Perfect for waiting areas, surgery centers, patient hallways and rooms. Shown above, Southlake Orthopedics transformed its entire office will WallArmor, creating a vibrant new space.
Method-1 can help you recognize the generosity of your donors. Celebrate their spirit of giving with a tribute that honors their gifts, provides a visual appreciation and entices others to give. Our donor wall at Cullman Regional Medical Center spotlights donors in style while also boasting a flat screen monitor for all kinds of visual entertainment.
WallArmor™ transforms your walls into beautiful imagery while protecting your walls from damage and dramatically reducing your wall maintenance budget. Attractive, durable and functional, WallArmor turns your walls into anything you want them to be. Children’s of Alabama utilized 23,000 sq. ft. of WallArmor to brighten their hallways and also serve as great directional aids.
Transform hallways and open spaces into stunning works of art with our custom displays. We can showcase valuable memorabilia, hospital history, and more, in a way that excites visitors and draws interest to your vision. Shown above is our exhibit of the letters of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital.