Einstein Noah Restaurant Group

“For a number of our clients, we serve as guardians of the brand. We partnered with ENRG to update and maintain their current prototype. Now, we work with the client, their franchisees and licensees to ensure each new location meets the company’s brand standards.”

– Rene Ortega, idGROUP

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Einstein Noah Restaurant Group

“For a number of our clients, we serve as guardians of the brand. We partnered with ENRG to update and maintain their current prototype. Now, we work with the client, their franchisees and licensees to ensure each new location meets the company’s brand standards.”

– Rene Ortega, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Panda Express

“The secret to successful identities is defining the visual palette. It has to be unique enough to make an impression, and it has to stay true to the brand. For Panda Express, we created a contemporary look with a hint of Asian influence.”

– Tom Rud & Jimmy Hunkapiller, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Dallas

“Regus understands that design is essential to sales, market share, competitive advantage and growth. Their product is actually an experience — it combines customer service and workplace design to create stimulating environments for demanding tenants. We make sure every Regus workspace lives up to the end user’s expectations. In doing so, we help reinforce the company’s brand promise.”

– Greg Holcomb, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Panda Express

“The secret to successful identities is defining the visual palette. It has to be unique enough to make an impression, and it has to stay true to the brand. For Panda Express, we created a contemporary look with a hint of Asian influence.”

– Tom Rud & Jimmy Hunkapiller, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Burbank Media

“Located in the midst of the productions stages, the Burbank Media office has elements of raw materials with touches of warmth through reclaimed wood which lends to a creative and laid-back environment.”

– Katy Smith, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Einstein Noah Restaurant Group

“For a number of our clients, we serve as guardians of the brand. We partnered with ENRG to update and maintain their current prototype. Now, we work with the client, their franchisees and licensees to ensure each new location meets the company’s brand standards.”

– Rene Ortega, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Panda Express

“The secret to successful identities is defining the visual palette. It has to be unique enough to make an impression, and it has to stay true to the brand. For Panda Express, we created a contemporary look with a hint of Asian influence.”

– Tom Rud & Jimmy Hunkapiller, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: San Francisco

“In this up-and-coming neighborhood in South San Francisco, the culture thrives on technology and collaboration. Our design captures that energy and reinforces the building’s sparse, modern vibe. We left the ceilings open and called attention to the HVAC, cabling and lighting systems.”

– Meghan & Traci, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Ocular

“Tenant finish-out gives us a chance to flex all of our muscles — from planning and design to construction drawings and finish selections. Most of all, it means listening, thinking and responding… and that’s where we really shine.”

– Sarah Larkin, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Chicago 2

“The Design Team was tasked with keeping much of the original integrity and character of the building while providing state of the art technology and allowing for a dynamic services mix for the clients. This included keeping exposed brick walls and weathered concrete columns in the design.”

– Lee Anna Calhoun, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: San Francisco

“In this up-and-coming neighborhood in South San Francisco, the culture thrives on technology and collaboration. Our design captures that energy and reinforces the building’s sparse, modern vibe. We left the ceilings open and called attention to the HVAC, cabling and lighting systems.”

– Meghan & Traci, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: San Francisco

“In this up-and-coming neighborhood in South San Francisco, the culture thrives on technology and collaboration. Our design captures that energy and reinforces the building’s sparse, modern vibe. We left the ceilings open and called attention to the HVAC, cabling and lighting systems.”

– Meghan & Traci, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Baltimore

“A scenic suburban DC location and professional clientele seemed to dictate a warm, austere palette. We maintained the right level of decorum, but kept things interesting with colorful accents.”

– Lisa Lowrie & Magara Seiler, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Chicago 2

“The Design Team was tasked with keeping much of the original integrity and character of the building while providing state of the art technology and allowing for a dynamic services mix for the clients. This included keeping exposed brick walls and weathered concrete columns in the design.”

– Lee Anna Calhoun, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Vancouver

“We use common materials and themes, but no two Regus workspaces look alike. Each location is a reflection of the building, the neighborhood and the tenants themselves. In this Vancouver property, we preserved the original brick and windows — and highlighted the authentic timber columns.”

– Lisa & Magara, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Dallas

“Regus understands that design is essential to sales, market share, competitive advantage and growth. Their product is actually an experience — it combines customer service and workplace design to create stimulating environments for demanding tenants. We make sure every Regus workspace lives up to the end user’s expectations. In doing so, we help reinforce the company’s brand promise.”

– Greg Holcomb, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Einstein Noah Restaurant Group

“For a number of our clients, we serve as guardians of the brand. We partnered with ENRG to update and maintain their current prototype. Now, we work with the client, their franchisees and licensees to ensure each new location meets the company’s brand standards.”

– Rene Ortega, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Triumph Savings

“We believe the best way to make tenants and owners happy is to focus on the end users — the people who will use the space day in and day out. When we satisfy their needs, we find most other concerns have a way of taking care of themselves.”

– Sarah Larkin, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Chicago 1

“The design plan for this Chicago office offers an oasis from the hustle and bustle of downtown — yet still provides a vibrant, inspiring working environment. The wood ceiling element flows throughout the space, slowing the viewer’s eye and defining the common areas.”

– Meghan & Stephanie, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Einstein Noah Restaurant Group

“For a number of our clients, we serve as guardians of the brand. We partnered with ENRG to update and maintain their current prototype. Now, we work with the client, their franchisees and licensees to ensure each new location meets the company’s brand standards.”

– Rene Ortega, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Panda Express

“The secret to successful identities is defining the visual palette. It has to be unique enough to make an impression, and it has to stay true to the brand. For Panda Express, we created a contemporary look with a hint of Asian influence.”

– Tom Rud & Jimmy Hunkapiller, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Panda Express

“The secret to successful identities is defining the visual palette. It has to be unique enough to make an impression, and it has to stay true to the brand. For Panda Express, we created a contemporary look with a hint of Asian influence.”

– Tom Rud & Jimmy Hunkapiller, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Los Angeles

“This LA office was designed for clients within the gaming industry. A typical office design would not have been suitable nor had enough interest or creativity for these gamers and game designers. We had to go outside of the standard design box to meet their needs with more areas to collaborate, test games or just unwind and play foosball. Although, in the end, there is still a ‘box’ in the booth that resides in the lounge!”

– Lisa Lowrie, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Burbank Media

“Located in the midst of the productions stages, the Burbank Media office has elements of raw materials with touches of warmth through reclaimed wood which lends to a creative and laid-back environment.”

– Katy Smith, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Einstein Noah Restaurant Group

“For a number of our clients, we serve as guardians of the brand. We partnered with ENRG to update and maintain their current prototype. Now, we work with the client, their franchisees and licensees to ensure each new location meets the company’s brand standards.”

– Rene Ortega, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Vancouver

“We use common materials and themes, but no two Regus workspaces look alike. Each location is a reflection of the building, the neighborhood and the tenants themselves. In this Vancouver property, we preserved the original brick and windows — and highlighted the authentic timber columns.”

– Lisa & Magara, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Wild Horse Café

“Finding small business owners that can afford high design is a challenge. So this landlord invested in a major renovation and rebranding of their café space — and then brought in an operator to run it. The result gives tenants an attractive alternative to going out for lunch.”

– Sarah Larkin, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Vancouver

“We use common materials and themes, but no two Regus workspaces look alike. Each location is a reflection of the building, the neighborhood and the tenants themselves. In this Vancouver property, we preserved the original brick and windows — and highlighted the authentic timber columns.”

– Lisa & Magara, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Chicago 1

“The design plan for this Chicago office offers an oasis from the hustle and bustle of downtown — yet still provides a vibrant, inspiring working environment. The wood ceiling element flows throughout the space, slowing the viewer’s eye and defining the common areas.”

– Meghan & Stephanie, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Baltimore

“A scenic suburban DC location and professional clientele seemed to dictate a warm, austere palette. We maintained the right level of decorum, but kept things interesting with colorful accents.”

– Lisa Lowrie & Magara Seiler, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Ocular

“Tenant finish-out gives us a chance to flex all of our muscles — from planning and design to construction drawings and finish selections. Most of all, it means listening, thinking and responding… and that’s where we really shine.”

– Sarah Larkin, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Chicago Board of Trade

“The Chicago Board of Trade Building is easily one of the most exciting in Chicago and when the clientele is primarily commodities traders, the design needs to be bold and stimulating. Hard surfaces and focused lighting in the common areas create a dramatic feel, and open glass in various forms lends energy to the overall design. A monochrome palette with intense pops of color and an intentional directional design bring it all together. One can’t help but feel the pulse of the trading floor within this exciting space.”

– Stephanie Ryan, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Einstein Noah Restaurant Group

“For a number of our clients, we serve as guardians of the brand. We partnered with ENRG to update and maintain their current prototype. Now, we work with the client, their franchisees and licensees to ensure each new location meets the company’s brand standards.”

– Rene Ortega, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: San Francisco

“In this up-and-coming neighborhood in South San Francisco, the culture thrives on technology and collaboration. Our design captures that energy and reinforces the building’s sparse, modern vibe. We left the ceilings open and called attention to the HVAC, cabling and lighting systems.”

– Meghan & Traci, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Panda Express

“The secret to successful identities is defining the visual palette. It has to be unique enough to make an impression, and it has to stay true to the brand. For Panda Express, we created a contemporary look with a hint of Asian influence.”

– Tom Rud & Jimmy Hunkapiller, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Chicago 2

“The Design Team was tasked with keeping much of the original integrity and character of the building while providing state of the art technology and allowing for a dynamic services mix for the clients. This included keeping exposed brick walls and weathered concrete columns in the design.”

– Lee Anna Calhoun, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Ocular

“Tenant finish-out gives us a chance to flex all of our muscles — from planning and design to construction drawings and finish selections. Most of all, it means listening, thinking and responding… and that’s where we really shine.”

– Sarah Larkin, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Dallas

“Regus understands that design is essential to sales, market share, competitive advantage and growth. Their product is actually an experience — it combines customer service and workplace design to create stimulating environments for demanding tenants. We make sure every Regus workspace lives up to the end user’s expectations. In doing so, we help reinforce the company’s brand promise.”

– Greg Holcomb, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Baltimore

“A scenic suburban DC location and professional clientele seemed to dictate a warm, austere palette. We maintained the right level of decorum, but kept things interesting with colorful accents.”

– Lisa Lowrie & Magara Seiler, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Los Angeles

“This LA office was designed for clients within the gaming industry. A typical office design would not have been suitable nor had enough interest or creativity for these gamers and game designers. We had to go outside of the standard design box to meet their needs with more areas to collaborate, test games or just unwind and play foosball. Although, in the end, there is still a ‘box’ in the booth that resides in the lounge!”

– Lisa Lowrie, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Triumph Savings

“We believe the best way to make tenants and owners happy is to focus on the end users — the people who will use the space day in and day out. When we satisfy their needs, we find most other concerns have a way of taking care of themselves.”

– Sarah Larkin, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Burbank Media

“Located in the midst of the productions stages, the Burbank Media office has elements of raw materials with touches of warmth through reclaimed wood which lends to a creative and laid-back environment.”

– Katy Smith, idGROUP

[ more… ]

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North Texas Women-Owned Business Rankings

North Texas Women-Owned Business Rankings

July, 2015 :: We are so humbled to be included in the Dallas Business Journal’s list of largest women-owned businesses in North Texas! #31 this year and #14 in terms of the number of people we employ. Congratulations to all of the fine firms on the list!

Wall of Awesome

Courntey is OUR Hero!

​She graciously tackled the science experiement that had started to take shape in the front breakroom 'fridge, and for that I (and I'm sure the rest of the office) is oh so grateful! 

Teamwork

​A big thank you to the Mattress Firm team for reaching out to help other teams during this perior.  Also a big thank you for your help and teamwork as we start ramping up for the new year ahead. I can't tell you how much I appreciate everything you do. I feel so fortunate and blessed to work with you all.

Pam Wallace is Awesome!!

Pam is reliable and always has my back! She has a unique role and acts as our FXO client on many projects. She's quick to stand-up for IDG and back us up.