MIDLAND, MI – Case Systems Solutions, an industry provider of casework and height-adjustable workstations, strengthened their team with the additions of a new project coordinator and draftsman.

Jeff Coates joined Case Systems Solutions, as project coordinator. Before joining the team in 2011, Coates provided clerical and office support at Faulkner Construction and also worked as a CAD draftsman. He received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, MI.

Coates is responsible for assisting with estimating and subcontractor management functions for prospective and awarded projects. He provides support every step of the way, managing projects from custom design to installation.

Whether on the job site or on the golf green, Coates’ focus and attention to detail deliver results. As project coordinator for Case System Solutions, he is dedicated to our Michigan customers, ensuring they receive the laminate, wood and steel casework to fit their specific needs.

Scott Meggison has joined the Case Systems Solutions’ team as a draftsman. Working at Case Systems for almost 15 years has given Meggison extensive experience in designing casework solutions. Before joining the Case Systems Solutions team, Meggison worked with Case Systems in the specialty department and ultimately as the Lead Drafter for catalog and Autocase drawings.

Scott realizes that every stage of a project is important. His attention to detail and teamwork deliver results – he works with the project manager to assess client needs in order to deliver steel workstations and casework configurations that fit their vision.

Meggison takes great pride and care in everything he designs and builds – from custom sailboats and furniture to quality steel workstations and casework. As a draftsman for Case System Solutions, Meggison helps create a space that meets each client’s unique needs by producing detailed and accurate drawings for construction projects.

Source: Case Systems Solutions

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