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Optimal Design is one of the world’s leading consulting and design firms in the fitness and recreation industry. They have created over 500 facilities valued at approximately $1 billion in 47 states and 32 countries. Optimal has worked with all types of health, fitness and recreational clients including commercial, country club, resort, hotel, spa, community, corporate and condominium clients.

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What Our Clients Are Saying...

After my first conversation with Bruce Carter, I knew I had found the right guy who could help me launch the idea and implement the total redesign of our health club. Bruce's creative vision and ability to utilize space by adding elements never seen before, proved to be the difference between our club and the rest of the marketplace. I found Optimal Design to be extremely professional and knowledgeable in their chosen field and would highly recommend their services.

Eric Magennis
Waverley Oaks Athletic Club

Optimal Design has made all the difference for us in creating beautiful clubs for less dollars that allow us to dominate the markets we are in.

Jeff Goldsmith
Gold’s Gym Florida

Optimal has played a significant role in the upgrading of our fitness and recreation facilities for our properties worldwide.

John Veelenturf
Vice President Sheraton Corporation

Recent Blog Posts

Key Renovation Tips

Bruce Carter, President of Optimal Design Systems International, discusses some key renovation tips.

Published: November 3, 2016


Designing For Profits – The 3 Key Components

Bruce Carter, President of Optimal Design Systems International talks about the 3 key design components for maximum profits.

Published: September 8, 2016


Profit Designing – How to Best Design Functional and Group Training Spaces within Your Club

Almost every club should have areas for functional and group training. Often in many clubs because of the increase in demand, these areas produce the highest revenue per square foot for a club. They can be available to members at no cost but also provide a wide range of fee-based classes and training. Take the following steps to ensure that your club has the best possible space for these programs, whether you have an existing or new club.

Published: August 10, 2016


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