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Danielle Drozniak

Director, project management

Bachelor of Arts, Interior Design
Illinois Institute of Art

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 My favorite piece of furniture is the  Bong  table. It is great indoors, outdoors, as a table, or a quick stool, and comes in many great colors.

My favorite piece of furniture is the Bong table. It is great indoors, outdoors, as a table, or a quick stool, and comes in many great colors.


  MY PATH IS MY OWN.   My father was a superintendent, and once in a while, on weekends, my sister and I would go to jobsites with him (non-union, mid 80’s). I remember watching all the trades work together, and how each week you could see the progress of the space. As an added bonus, we got to eat doughnuts all day.  Somehow, I started off in college with the idea that I was going to be a gallery curator. After one semester, I realized that was probably not fast paced enough for me, but I was not sure what exactly I could do that would be artistic and fast paced. A friend actually suggested Interior Design, and after looking into it, I thought it was something that checked off both requirements. After starting the classes, I knew I made a good decision.  Once I completed college, I started off as a designer, sitting behind a computer, working on floor plans and test fits. I enjoyed working with clients, and cranking out space plans, but in the back of my mind I knew I needed more diversity in my day. Eventually, I was fortunate enough to start working for a smaller manufacturer, whose sales people needed someone out in the field, to help with installation and client questions, and my job slowly shifted in to Project Management.  To me, being a part of the design, the logistics, and being on site with the installers and client and seeing it all come to fruition is amazing. It’s a great sense of accomplishment, when you can take a client or architect’s idea, and create a space that meets their needs, budget and schedule.  For me, Project Management is just the right amount of artsy and fast pace.  I love that every project is different, and I am always excited to learn about new clients, their needs, and watching it all come together.

MY PATH IS MY OWN.

My father was a superintendent, and once in a while, on weekends, my sister and I would go to jobsites with him (non-union, mid 80’s). I remember watching all the trades work together, and how each week you could see the progress of the space. As an added bonus, we got to eat doughnuts all day.

Somehow, I started off in college with the idea that I was going to be a gallery curator. After one semester, I realized that was probably not fast paced enough for me, but I was not sure what exactly I could do that would be artistic and fast paced. A friend actually suggested Interior Design, and after looking into it, I thought it was something that checked off both requirements. After starting the classes, I knew I made a good decision.

Once I completed college, I started off as a designer, sitting behind a computer, working on floor plans and test fits. I enjoyed working with clients, and cranking out space plans, but in the back of my mind I knew I needed more diversity in my day. Eventually, I was fortunate enough to start working for a smaller manufacturer, whose sales people needed someone out in the field, to help with installation and client questions, and my job slowly shifted in to Project Management.

To me, being a part of the design, the logistics, and being on site with the installers and client and seeing it all come to fruition is amazing. It’s a great sense of accomplishment, when you can take a client or architect’s idea, and create a space that meets their needs, budget and schedule. For me, Project Management is just the right amount of artsy and fast pace. I love that every project is different, and I am always excited to learn about new clients, their needs, and watching it all come together.

  PROUD TO CARRY THE KAYHAN FLAG.   I have worked at different manufacturers and furniture dealerships. The team at Kayhan genuinely cares about every detail of the project. Kayhan truly cares about their customers, and our main concern is making sure your space meets your needs. Our clients look to us to be the experts in furniture, and move management. We work tirelessly hard to ensure that we cultivate trust and execute projects effectively.

PROUD TO CARRY THE KAYHAN FLAG.

I have worked at different manufacturers and furniture dealerships. The team at Kayhan genuinely cares about every detail of the project. Kayhan truly cares about their customers, and our main concern is making sure your space meets your needs. Our clients look to us to be the experts in furniture, and move management. We work tirelessly hard to ensure that we cultivate trust and execute projects effectively.

  WORKED WITH SOME AMAZING CLIENTS.   ComEd  EMJ  Exelon  Keyence  Reliance Steel  US Cellular  William Blair

WORKED WITH SOME AMAZING CLIENTS.

ComEd

EMJ

Exelon

Keyence

Reliance Steel

US Cellular

William Blair