THE 3D RESPONSE PARTNERS
3D Response has partnered with two established and well-reviewed companies to create a one-stop shop for design, materials, installation, and training. Much like the creation of the 3D team, each partner brings stakeholder experience regarding the process of active shooter prevention, the act, and the response. Our partners bring value to our system based upon their unique experiences related to our goal: minimize the loss of life.
Loeffler Construction & Consulting has decades of experience living up to our motto: Integrity Built. It serves as a solid foundation for each one of our planning, construction, and consulting services, and it is reflected in each member of our smart, experienced, and hardworking team.
That is why our clients put their trust in us — something we never take for granted. We seek out the “win-win” in every opportunity, executing successful, large-scale projects in nearly all market segments around the nation. Be it a historic renovation, new construction, or green building solution, our focus rests squarely on the client.
We make it our mission to understand the client’s goals, both short- and long-term. Understanding the objectives allows us to navigate the often-complicated path from concept to completion. It is the reason we enjoy a long-standing history of developing creative solutions for the most challenging of projects, schedules, and budgets.
We are committed to offering the personalized service of a small firm with all the capabilities, quality assurances, and cost-effective solutions of a large national chain. After all, it is our plan to keep true to being Integrity Built.
SafeWood Designs was established because our changing world means that safety and security needs are increasing, and gun violence is a very real threat. An unfortunate threat to our schools, homes, places of worship, offices, and businesses.
In today’s market nearly all ballistic doors, walls and room products are “cookie cutter”, often leaving your home or business looking and feeling like a prison.
Why should having safety and security mean losing warmth and elegance? In an ideal world, all secure surroundings would be beautiful, blending with existing millwork and furnishings completely undetected.