Here is a well written and insightful 2016 Workplace Report created by the architectural firm, Ted Moudis Associates. Ted Moudis Associates has offices in New York, Chicago and London.
We created a benchmarking database to provide insights on the metrics, trends and strategies that are influencing workplace design today. Spanning multiple industries and encompassing over 2.5 million square feet of workspace this robust tool provides the most comprehensive analysis of recent workplace design projects available.
Enjoy this short corporate video of one of our many office furniture manufacturers. bfi is proud to offer a distinguished group of over 200 manufacturers of office and specialty furniture solutions allowing us to meet every demand and every budget for office and institutional space.
Kwickscreen is the first real alternative to Hospital Curtains and Hospital Screens in over 100 years. The Kwickscreen has countless uses in healthcare, hospitality, and marketing; Its innovative design allows it to replace Room Dividers and Privacy Screens.
Doctors and Hospitals love the KwickScreen because of its portability, its ability to be customized, and how easy it is to clean, thus enhancing the patient experience while also reducing the spread of Hospital Acquired Infections.
Pinnacle Foods, a producer and distributor of grocery store staples from labels including Duncan Hines, Birds Eyes, and other specialty brands, based in Parsippany, New Jersey was awarded a Coolest Office Award by Inc. Magazine. Click to see some photos of this office that bfi furnished.
A recent study published in The Globe and Mail states that the sedentary life is killing us. The researchers found that the least active, essentially those who sit all day, had a:
Enabled by wireless technology, laptop and handheld computing devices, and high-tech tools like Skype, GoTo Meeting, and WebEx, today’s knowledge workers can work from anywhere, anytime. On any given day in a typical office environment, many workers are off site, their office workstations lying empty. Employers are capitalizing on this trend to trim office square footage and real estate costs. Read More...
OFS Brand Manager Doug Shapiro walks through the first three bays of OFS shown at Neocon 2011.