Dunecraft Moves to State of the Art Facility
Playthings Staff -- Gifts & Dec, December 30, 2013
CLEVELAND - Dunecraft will relocate to a new, state-of-the-art facility designed by the company's founder Grant Cleveland.
The new building has moved into a 170,000 sq.-ft. building with 12,000 sq. ft. of office space featuring an art gallery, a tropical jungle-themed office, a retail store and more. The facility houses SteelStage, a dashboard driven ERP ASP that was designed by Cleveland and is currently in use. The River Gallery, an exclusive art gallery within the building, will feature Grant Cleveland's paintings and will also feature other artists throughout the year, while the retail store will feature new product introductions for 2014 and other select products.
Dunecraft's new building will also have three extensive ponds, including Mock pond, designed by master pond builder, Jeremiah Mock, who has built everything from koi ponds to hotel entrances to buildings like DuneCraft.
"I have built many corporate offices in my time but none as unique as DuneCraft," said Mark Ventura from Payne & Payne, the builder input. "As you enter their offices you feel like you're entering a tropical rainforest surrounded by hundreds of tropical plants with ponds and waterfalls nestled in between their desks and meeting areas. The out-of-the-box environment which includes Grant Cleveland's personal paintings displayed in the art gallery is a creative display and representation of the products they manufacture and distribute. DuneCraft's office environment rivals Google's offices in which Grant Cleveland has a main lounge, which provides a creative environment."
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