What happens when you cross a commercial construction expert, a float center owner, and a general contractor? You get Jamie Gagne.
While he was still wrapped up in the commercial construction space, Jamie was introduced to floating, and like many float center owners, became enamored with the practice. He built his own tank, and then eventually opened his own center and has helped build several centers now.
In this episode, Jamie shares his lessons learned after not soundproofing his first location. You’ll hear tips for soundproofing, sealing the space so the salt doesn’t destroy it, and strategies for where to spend and where to save.
He gives away a powerful tip about how to work with and talk to a general contractor when you’re building your own center: start with detailed plans from a good draftsman or architect.
If you’re thinking about opening a float center, or are making improvements to your own, you won’t want to miss this one.
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