SYNERGI RESPONDS TO HOSPITAL BED and hand sanitizer SHORTAGE
ARCHITECTURAL METALWORK DESIGNER AND FABRICATOR TEAMS UP WITH MANUFACTURING LEADERS TO DISTRIBUTE EMERGENCY RELIEF BEDS and sanitizing stations
April 13, 2020 | Elkridge, MD
During this time of crisis, Synergi has teamed up with other manufacturing industry leaders to form Fastbeds-na, a joint venture that manufactures a range of Covid-19 relief products, including emergency relief beds and multiple hand sanitizer stations, shipping all across the country.
With a mission to provide a quick relief solution to hospitals and care centers suffering from accommodation difficulties, their mobile, steel frame emergency relief beds have been designed and fabricated to the highest quality standard while providing quick setup. Additionally, their hand sanitizer stations can be used at various locations and are available with low, medium and/or high traffic volumes to fit respective needs. And as domestic manufacturers, the Fastbeds team is in control of the supply chain. “This pivot of production was an easy decision for the company,” says Synergi Executive Vice President, Jim Admiraal, “people across the country are banding together to aid in this time of crisis and we’re happy to do our part.”
If you know anyone that may need emergency field/relief beds or hand sanitizer stations, please do not hesitate to contact Synergi Account Director, Jonathan Moorley at 1-800-784-5201 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about these products, follow this link: www.fastbeds-na.com.
As an essential business, Synergi is still available for mission critical projects. Their design-assist teams are ready to help with any budgeting, value engineering or immediate need you may have.
(sin-er-jee) n. : Creating something that is greater than the sum of its parts.
Established in 1986, Synergi builds the brand of companies and properties by transforming high-impact decorative elements. As a leading turnkey specialist in monumental stairs, handrail, and decorative glass and metal, the firm advises developers, designers, architects and general contractors on how best to accomplish strategic projects. From the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. to the Mall of America in Minnesota, Synergi works in partnership with leading firms to bring simply iconic designs to life.