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Ergonomic considerations are imperative when designing command and mission-critical control rooms. EVANS’ designers integrate the most up-to-date ergonomic standards and guidelines into all of our product designs; we perform an ergonomic review of each project. We work to determine specific features and standards that are essential to your industry or location to ensure they are incorporated into your design. Our team also provides alternative suggestions and solutions to maximize space and operational efficiency.

As part of the design process, EVANS evaluates the room layout, operator interaction, traffic patterns, and sightlines to optimize workflow. All our components reduce the most common ergonomic risk factors within the control room environment, such as repetitive tasks, awkward postures, and static forces.

EVANS solutions are designed to meet all furniture industry standards, including Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturer's Association (BIFMA) standards.

EVANS’ design team also follows these guidelines:

  • International Organization for Standardization (ISO 11064);
  • Ergonomics of Human-System Interaction (ISO 9241-400);
  • Underwriters Laboratory (UL);
  • American National Standards Institute/Board of Standards Review (ANSI/BSR);
  • ANSI/HFES 100-2007 (Human Factors Engineering of Computer Workstations);
  • Canadian Standards Association (CSA); and
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

We are an active participant in the National Ergonomics Conference as well as being a Certified Ergonomics Education Provider for the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

EVANS Project Management

We bring industry best practices from over 12,000 projects to each installation to achieve project objectives.

When you partner with EVANS, the result is a well-designed and effectively executed comprehensive project management strategy for your mission-critical operation project.

Over almost four decades, EVANS has honed its skills and developed best practices around our design, planning, project management and installation services for control room solutions. With this experience, EVANS brings industry best practices to each installation to achieve project goals and objectives.

EVANS offers the unique value of being the most experienced company in the industry. Utilizing this experience, we can effectively and efficiently scale our solutions to meet each customer’s needs, locally, regionally, or globally. With over 12,000 installations, our global portfolio speaks for itself.

A dedicated project manager and support team will guide and manage your project through its life-cycle to ensure we meet your objectives.

Proper project initiation and planning phases are pivotal to our success. A project plan is created to establish the scope of work, the project lead, timelines, an installation plan, among other key elements to ensure consistency and quality in all implementations, no matter the size or scope of work.

A roll-out plan is defined once the scope of work and room layout is finalized. To ensure we efficiently manage to keep your project on track and on-time, a schedule will be defined for EVANS to install your new solution. Our certified experts will manage service, delivery, and installation of your solution.