Bialek Environments has been serving the needs of government and public healthcare, laboratory and clinical environments since we entered the interior design and furniture marketplace in 1991, but our roots in healthcare reach all the way back to 1949. Simply put, you won't find another company with a deeper understanding of your complex needs in the DC, Maryland, Virginia and Mid-Atlantic regions.
We have significant expertise in working with the intricacies of your environments—your critical timing needs, budgetary concerns, needs to remain operational during installation and your desire to invest in solutions that hold flexibility for the future. In addition, we have served every corner of healthcare facilities, from clinical areas and laboratories to patient areas and administrative offices. Whether you're a government, public or private facility, you can count on Bialek for:
- Extensive experience on jobs of every size. Bialek has provided healthcare and laboratory furniture and design services for facilities of every size; no space is too small or too large.
- Specialized classifications. When you work with Bialek, you're supporting both a Woman- Owned Small Business (WOSB) and a WBENC business. We also maintain government security clearances and offer furnishings and interior design under many government contract vehicles.
- Contract office furniture. Bialek is consistently ranked one the nation's largest Herman Miller Healthcare dealers and we represent 200 other manufacturers of office and clinical furnishings, including case goods, modular wall units, desks, chairs and other specialized furnishings.
- Interior design and sustainable design . Bialek makes the best use of your space while creating environments that soothe and inspire. We are also committed to sustainability and can help with everything from sourcing sustainable products to LEED consulting.
Service that goes beyond furniture and design. You can count on worry-free project management and move management to not only ensure deadlines are met, but also to complete our work as quickly and inconspicuously as possible around spaces that need to remain continually operational.