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

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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.”

– Cindy Karnes, 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: 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… ]

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… ]

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: 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… ]

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… ]

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.”

– Cindy Karnes, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Legg Mason

“Sometimes the best design is found in the things you don’t see. Tenants in this Baltimore office space might never notice the lighting plan or the raised floor. They may not think about glass partitions or linear design. Instead, they just know they can’t ignore the amazing vistas.”

– Meghan Parmer & Traci Baar, 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: 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: 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… ]

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: 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.”

– Cindy Karnes, 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… ]

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… ]

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: 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: 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: 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… ]

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: 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: 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: Legg Mason

“Sometimes the best design is found in the things you don’t see. Tenants in this Baltimore office space might never notice the lighting plan or the raised floor. They may not think about glass partitions or linear design. Instead, they just know they can’t ignore the amazing vistas.”

– Meghan Parmer & Traci Baar, 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: Legg Mason

“Sometimes the best design is found in the things you don’t see. Tenants in this Baltimore office space might never notice the lighting plan or the raised floor. They may not think about glass partitions or linear design. Instead, they just know they can’t ignore the amazing vistas.”

– Meghan Parmer & Traci Baar, 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: 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… ]

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.”

– Cindy Karnes, 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: Legg Mason

“Sometimes the best design is found in the things you don’t see. Tenants in this Baltimore office space might never notice the lighting plan or the raised floor. They may not think about glass partitions or linear design. Instead, they just know they can’t ignore the amazing vistas.”

– Meghan Parmer & Traci Baar, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Legg Mason

“Sometimes the best design is found in the things you don’t see. Tenants in this Baltimore office space might never notice the lighting plan or the raised floor. They may not think about glass partitions or linear design. Instead, they just know they can’t ignore the amazing vistas.”

– Meghan Parmer & Traci Baar, 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… ]

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.”

– Cindy Karnes, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Regus: Legg Mason

“Sometimes the best design is found in the things you don’t see. Tenants in this Baltimore office space might never notice the lighting plan or the raised floor. They may not think about glass partitions or linear design. Instead, they just know they can’t ignore the amazing vistas.”

– Meghan Parmer & Traci Baar, 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… ]

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.”

– Cindy Karnes, idGROUP

[ more… ]

Latest News

DMN Top 100 Places to Work

DMN Top 100 Places to Work

November, 2014 :: We are honored—and thrilled really—to have been voted one of the Dallas Morning News Top 100 Places to Work for 2014!  That’s all down to our stellar employees who make our office a great place to be and our clients who provide us with enjoyable and challenging work to do.  Be sure to watch the video for some interviews and behind-the-scenes shots at idGROUP.

Wall of Awesome

Pam Wallace and Heather Ragsdale- Making us smile

I agree with Rashel! Pam and Heather have done a great job with the Rockstar spotlights.  They are writing these spotlight stories, along with there daily work load. They are entertaining to read and it's nice to learn about other people in the office you do not interact with on a daily basis. Keep it up Pam and Heather!

Teamwork

​Thanks to Matt for being so flexible and jumping in to do whatever needs to be done while I focus on getting Trinity up and runny.  Matt has also been very patiently training me on the Regus process etc...he has been a great teacher!

Better Mousetrap / Making Things WORK

​Thanks to Cindy Kearney for everything she helped Rashel and I with to get Trinity Industries standards set!  She is very fast and resourceful (which I am sure everyone knows that already :-))!  THANK YOU!