Workstations & Open Office Areas
Following Silicon Valley tech giants, like Google and Facebook, the open office floor plan now dominates American workplaces. According to The Washington Post, about 70% of U.S. offices have an open office floor plan.
Open floor plans and areas provide opportunities for collaboration, improve transparency, eliminate many emails and phone calls, and encourage employee relationships. Cost savings and attracting millennials are also positive factors for many companies.
When GlaxoSmithKline moved its workers from cubicles and offices to open-plan work tables, “email traffic dropped by more than 50%, while decision making accelerated by some 25% because workers were able to meet informally instead of volleying emails from offices and cubes,” according to the Wall Street Journal.
Below are some photos of our recently completed workstation and open office area projects.
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