Finding common-sense solutions that meet customer needs, are flexible for long-term utilization—and do not break the bank—should be key design goals when creating COVID-19-friendly workspaces. Here's what qualifies us for the job.
When faced with a shortage of protective screen materials and longer than usual lead times, we devised our own in-house solution.
A furnishings reconfiguration by our healthcare design team made campus waiting rooms safer and more pleasant for patients and their families.
Custom Eames furniture incentive inspired our competitors to create show-stopping showroom presentations.
While our remote employees were working from home over the past several months, our essential workers, made up of our warehouse and installation crews, were on-site, taking care of business for our customers. But how does this crew work safely during a pandemic?
Our plan to safely re-open our offices to our employees, and what it will mean for our visitors.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have put together a list of cleaning tips to ensure that your office furniture is properly disinfected. Whether you are working in the office or working remotely, these guidelines will help you to sanitize your workspace so you can feel confident that you are #FlatteningtheCurve and doing your part to keep yourself, and others, healthy.
Due to the evolving situation around the COVID-19 pandemic, we are consistently updating our operational guidelines to meet local and federal directives and keep our employees and the general public safe.
Adjusting to New Styles of Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Framery Acoustics has created an echo-free pod that provides quiet, focus-friendly spaces within your office that are ideal for multiple uses.
Along with our friends at Facility Systems, Inc. (FSI), we are proud to announce a cool new partnership with Sporting KC.
As a Certified Herman Miller Dealer, we're proud to share that Herman Miller's latest research proves how the Cosm office chair can help you feel less fatigued, think more clearly, and be more productive.
In early 2019, we made the decision to renovate our Lenexa showroom to meet current and future needs, as well as better showcase the products and work environments we offer our customers.
Making small workstations feel big, and increasing personalization within the workstation.
A Herman Miller study found that people working in environments fine-tuned to their activities and needs are more creative and collaborative, and their organizations see a variety of improvements as a result.
To be a design-forward and creative company, John A. Marshall Co. needed to do more than talk the talk. As a result, we revamped both our verbal and visual branding.