Toronto is beautiful in the fall.

During the late days of summer and the early fall, Toronto is beautiful.  Recently, a few Marathon Building Environments team members had the opportunity to travel to Toronto and visit one of the main vendors, Global (aka The Global Furniture Group).  The Global Furniture Group’s origins date back to 1966, when it was founded with the basic objective of manufacturing well-made office furniture at affordable prices. That mission continues today through a network of vertically integrated suppliers, manufacturers, marketers and distributors. Global offers a very broad range of office products and services designed to meet the needs of today’s changing workplace.  Their diverse workforce is made up of employees who come from many countries, and who take pride in making quality products that are sold throughout the world.  While at Global, we visited their World Headquarters, their fabric sewing  facility, their seating facility and test lab, their Recycling building (which is incredible) and all of their showrooms within the Headquarters, we even got to go to a Toronto Blue jays baseball game!.

Our Tour Guides, led by Tom Jones (St. Louis/Columbia Sales Rep) and Jill Alberico (Toronto Training Manager) were outstanding!

Below are pictures and a brief synopsis of each department we visited.  Each section is written by a different Marathon Team Members and their own perspective of that Department.

  • Cut and Sew facility – Samantha Boman – Marathon Designer
  • Seating Facility – Jessica Chester – Marathon Designer
  • Furniture Testing  Lab – Rachel  Molnar – Marathon Designer
  • Filing Facility – Jeremy Henry – Marathon Furniture Sales
  • The Recycling Center – Sean Zullo – Marathon Furniture Sales
  • Healthcare Furniture – Samantha Boman – Marathon Designer

Cut & Sew Facility:

We started our  tour  at Global Headquarters in Toronto in their Cut and Sew factory.  This is where all of the graded in and COM (customer’s own material) fabrics are brought to be cut and sewn for upholstered pieces.  A number of technological advances were used to streamline the manufacturing PROcess (pronounced like a true Canadian), including computerized shears which calculated how to get the most use out of a single piece of fabric.  Once fabric was cut, it traveled throughout the factory on an assembly line until it reached the best seamstress for that particular order.  During this stage in production is when, finite details such as sealed seams, would be implemented.  These details would later ensure product success for their intended environment.  For instance, sealed seams includes the sealing of the back of a seam with a specially designed tape to reduce the likelihood of seams opening.  This also provides additional protection against moisture seepage and prevents insects from entering the product through the stich holes and seams, which is essential in the healthcare sphere.

“Being a designer, I was infatuated with the amount and variety of fabric being stored and prepared at this facility.  I loved watching how quickly and efficiently every seamstress was able to complete a task.  The number of sewing machines in operation was truly amazing.  Not to mention the smell of the leather room.  (Holy cow!)  Not only was it cool to see how the machines determined how to get the most out of each piece of fabric, but all of the scrap fabric was saved and then recycled as well!” – Samantha Boman, Interior Designer & Account Manager

Seating Facility:

With its history being rooted in the belief that an office chair should be accessible to the masses, and a reputation for being the “cheap and cheerful chair company” a visit to the Global Seating Factory seemed in order. The tour began much as could be expected, with the production line of chair backs, injected molded through huge machines and sent on down the line to receive foam and fabric. Chair frame parts, hanging from above, and moving on a conveyor from station to station, receiving all essential parts as it progressed. Our first respite was within the hall of fabrics, COM’s all on one side, and standard program offering on the other. An interest grabber for the designer’s heart for sure! Here we learned all about the storage and receipt of fabrics, order lead times, and about how MOM’s are the most important! Moving through the factory, the dedication of each worker was truly humbling, not a chair moves through the production line without a personal touch by at least a dozen workers, each taking pride in their small contribution. Hand scraping the edges of over flow of poly chair backs, even taking a hard line in the back handle hold to ensure every edge that a customer touches is smooth. Or inlaying a metal connection within a plastic chair back so that when the frame is connected the result is an extremely strong, metal to metal connection, ensuring that the chair out-performs its required duty. We dipped our hands into huge boxes full of $30,000 worth of small raw poly material, and dug through giant boxes of leather remnants. There are so many steps that provide the details we as designers and consumers have come to expect from a chair. And so many different styles of chairs: Lounge, Task, Side, Conference, Collaborative, Stools, stacking, not stacking, upholstered, plastic back…….chairs, each ordered to our exact specifications. And we receive them all, in perfect condition, wrapped snugly in a plastic wrapped box, just as if they had always been that way.
Jessica Chester, Interior Designer & Account Manager

Global Team Member manipulates fabric during seat assembly

Global Furniture Testing Lab:

Why is testing necessary for commercial furniture?

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) identifies organizations qualified to create and maintain standard guidelines for the business sector, thereby ensuring the safety and health of consumers. Among the accredited establishments is the Business & Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association (BIFMA) that outlines safety and performance benchmarks for the commercial furniture industry. Representatives from a number of the most prominent manufacturers are directly involved with BIFMA as members of the board of directors, including Joel Feldberg, President and CEO of The Global Furniture Group. While these standards are voluntary, an ANSI/BIFMA certification indicates that the product has passed extensive testing for minimum safety, durability, and sustainability requirements.

The entire Global product line is tested to meet or exceed ANSI/BIFMA guidelines, along with other international rating systems. It was incredible to see how much thought, care, and ingenuity went into constructing the testing equipment. While the standards are outlined, how to go about having product tested is left to each testing facility.  The manager of the lab was excited to share how he and his team developed different solutions for implementing the various types of testing required for each product.  Each piece of testing equipment was designed and built at this facility, by the team alone.

“It was fascinating to see this lab’s solutions as well as see multiple types of testing in progress while visiting this facility.  Knowing how much effort is put forth during testing as well as how closely Global abides by the voluntary guidelines, to ensure a safe and reliable product has only increased my confidence in the quality of Global manufacturing.”
Rachel Molnar, Interior Design Badass

Filing Facilty:

Recently several members of the Marathon Building Environments team had the unique opportunity to tour the Global Furniture Group steel manufacturing plant. In this factory, they produce steel vertical files, lateral files, storage cabinets, bookcases and desks. In addition, they produce special request steel furniture for the office on an as needed basis. The chance to see how these were made was a marvel of modern manufacturing technique indeed! Being able to see how a multi ton roll of steel was rolled out, precision laser cut and molded into a piece of furniture was a sight to behold. Once the larger pieces were cut and folded into what could be discernible as a future finished product we were able to see how even the smallest pieces were uniformly cut and formed to create handles, drawer fronts and drawer slides that would each then be attached to the product. Once assembled the nearly completed products were placed on an overhead conveyor that would take them to a precision paint facility to finish it off in the desired color. At each point along the way, the items were checked for quality and proper fit. At one end of the factory was a raw material and at the other were a multitude of finished products ready for a lifetime of use.
Jeremy Henry, Account Executive – Furniture

 

 

The Global Recycling Center:

Long before it was fashionable, RT Plastics and Global Furniture partnered to help customers reduce their environmental impact – as well as their costs – through the sustainable manufacturing of high quality injection molded plastics from recycled materials.  These materials consist of wood remnants, defective plastic products, blue box recycling (U.S based materials) and water bottle caps.  The opportunity to see this step by step process initiated by a multi-national mass manufacturer increased our understanding and appreciation for products in which they produced.  During our tour of the Global Furniture Group campus and manufacturing plants, it was made apparent the, “LAW,” was to keep the planet in mind.  Global employees are encouraged to think about Land, Air, and Water sustainability during the manufacturing process.  In today’s throwaway society, consumers continue to create deeply embedded carbon foot prints without a notion of, “how to reduce and sustainably impact the planet.”

“It was educational and cognitively stimulating to see such a large manufacturer have zero percent waste to landfill.  For a company of over 4.000 employees, to be able to say that they have diverted eleven tons of waste going to landfill is truly awe inspiring.”
Sean Zullo, Account Executive – Furniture

Healthcare Furnishings:

In addition to producing office furniture, Global offers an extensive healthcare product line including furniture for waiting rooms, patient rooms, extended care, and senior living facilities.  These products are often considered heavy duty areas, meaning they are designed for multiple shift environments (24 hours a day/7 days a week) and are weight tested up to 350 pounds or even 500 pounds depending.  Multiple products in this line are constructed of 100% field replaceable parts so that facility maintenance teams can easily repair items without completely removing them from patient use.  Global’s consistent consideration for the patient as well as the care giver can be understood in the design, engineering, and construction in the products developed for the healthcare market.  They use features such as moisture barrier’s, bed bug resistance, sealed seams, contraband proof, and additional weight to ensure the safety of those individuals that would be using the products regularly.

“I found it really heartwarming that Global took such a care and interest in individuals that share all perspectives of the healthcare environment.  Many times, those who are in these spaces are in a vulnerable state and it is extremely important that the furniture in these areas supports not only comfort for the patient, but ease of maintenance and use for the staff.”
Samantha Boman, Interior Designer & Account Manager

Sleepy Sean in a Healthcare Recliner – Sean is so happy and comfortable that he is smiling!

 

Marathon has recently been able to purchase some outstanding JSI and Kimball traditional office suites.

All of them are in great condition and are in a Brighton Cherry wood veneer finish.

We have both left and right desks and return.

Priced to sell

“L” Desk units = $1495.00 each
2-drawer lateral file =$450 each
Credenza = $500
Conference Table = $995

See pictures below

 

Steelcase researches everything prior to creating any of their incredible pieces of furniture.  Currently they have been researching how the office and people work in today’s tech savvy world.  Needless to say, the lines are blurry and Steelcase is leading the way on making things a bit more clearer.

Below is a recent article from the Steelcase 360 publication.

State of Work: Blur the Edges

Blur the Lines
Smart devices let us work anywhere. The cloud keeps information with us wherever we go. And, mobile work policies allow more and more people to choose where they want to work. But, there’s a tension bubbling up within organizations. A recent NPR report says employers are rethinking telework. They want their people to come together to collaborate, innovate, build culture and drive business forward.

Organizations such as IBM, Bank of America and Aetna have asked some of their mobile workers to return to the office, according to the Wall Street Journal. Most organizations recognize that innovation and ingenuity stem from teamwork. Collaboration energizes people. By working together, employees come up with new and better ideas and discover how to streamline processes and improve output.

A 2017 Gallup report revealed the most engaged employees spend 60 to 80 percent of their time working away from the office. People at work report a lack of collaboration spaces to help them be creative, frequent noise disruptions while working and an inability to effectively communicate creative ideas to coworkers. People are leaving the office because they don’t have the right places to get work done. It is time to redefine what the office means and create workplaces that inspire and that people want to work in.


LISTEN

State of Work: Blur the Edges
A 360 Real Time Podcast on what’s driving and disrupting today’s workplace.


Office Renaissance

WHAT’S HAPPENING

Four key drivers and disrupters are fueling changes within organizations today.

1. CULTURE

Cultural changes can be gradual or abrupt. A few factors are adding to the cultural shift many are witnessing around the world.

Diversity – Organizations often have four or five generations working together in one place. In addition, people are connecting with others from around the world more than ever before. People look, sound and work differently creating a rich tapestry of ideas.

Biophilia – Humans seek out connections to nature. They are drawn to places with biophilic design elements found to be building blocks of emotional, cognitive and physical wellbeing. Expressions of nature can be overt such as bringing in plants, wood or other natural elements, or they may be more nuanced such as patterns within fabric.

Personalization – The maker movement has had an impact on how people work and connect to the environment. People are increasingly looking for bespoke experiences at work. Organizations that reflect a unique brand and culture are able to express the values that set them apart.

Purpose – Whether someone is a baby boomer or a millennial, no one wants to feel like a cog in the wheel. People are looking for more than a paycheck. They want to do work that has a sense of purpose and meaning.

2. EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Employee engagement continues to be a critical bottom-line business issue for organizations.

The Steelcase Global Report: Engagement and the Global Workplace shows one-third of workers in 20 of the world’s most important economies are disengaged. Another one-third are somewhere in the middle, neither hurting their companies nor driving them forward. Research says engaged employees lead to better business results.

The Global Report, conducted with global research firm Ipsos, is the first study to look at how the work environment impacts employee engagement. A clear pattern emerged: More highly engaged workers were also more highly satisfied with their workplace. In addition, they had more choice and control over how and where they got their work done.

State of Work

3. TECHNOLOGY

Technology is a game changer, disrupting many business models and driving others to new levels.

Laptops, tablets and phones allow us to move fluidly throughout the day. Larger, more fixed devices allow us to visualize an array of information and collaborate with others. Throughout the day, we need to manage how our information and ideas can move with us seamlessly, regardless of the device we are using.

Technology will impact the future of work in ways we are only beginning to understand. Technologies can be embedded within the workplace to help people work better and help organizations create places people love to work in. (Read Driving the Wellbeing of People)

In addition, virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence are all starting to impact people’s experiences at work. There’s a tremendous amount of angst around what will happen as machines are able to do more jobs typically reserved for humans.

4. SHIFT TO CREATIVE WORK

A common belief is machines will take over rote, process tasks and allow humans to do more meaningful work. We’re already seeing a shift toward creative work.

“In order to survive in today’s complex world, organizations need to generate, embrace and execute on new ideas. That takes creativity and a creatively capable workforce,”

TIM BROWNCEO of IDEO and Steelcase board member

People tend to agree with Brown. Seventy-seven percent say creativity is a critical job skill. Yet, 69 percent say they aren’t living up to their creative potential. At the same time, the majority of leaders don’t feel their company is creative, yet recognize creativity helps them compete, bring in higher revenue and achieve greater market share.

To be successful in the future, workers need to generate new ideas, solve tough problems and think outside the box. They need to be creative. Recently, Steelcase and Microsoft introduced a collection of Creative Spaces designed to enhance the creative process.

BLUR THE EDGES OF THE OFFICE

Ideation Hub

“The design challenge is to meet business needs while we’re serving the needs of human beings by creating thoughtfully-curated destinations,”

JAMES LUDWIGSteelcase Global Design Director.

No one space can support the changing ways in which people need to work today. That’s why Steelcase designers recommend an ecosystem of spaces that integrate people, place and technology to support the individual and the organization. People can fluidly shift from one type or work to another based on what they need to get done.

We’ve blurred the ways we work and when we work. It’s time to blur the edges of what we’ve traditionally considered the workplace. Spaces that blend design and materiality without compromising performance can inspire new ways of thinking and fueling creativity.

For more information and design ideas to meet these new challenges, visit Resilient Workplace and Inspiring Spaces.

It all started in 1987, that is when Marathon Office Interiors (MOI) was formed to serve the mid-Missouri area with quality office products and is the authorized Steelcase dealer for mid-Missouri, specializing in custom and complete office interior solutions. Its current President and CEO founded Marathon Office Interiors, Greg Wolff. Marathon Office Interiors has grown over the years from a small company which leased its facilities in Columbia and Jefferson City to a growing company which has complete control of their facilities at 1715 Paris Road in Columbia, Missouri. Marathon Office Interiors is proud to have been affiliated with some of the world’s finest companies such as: previously-Xerox, AT&T, and now Steelcase. In 1992 the Columbia Chamber of Commerce awarded “Business of the Year – Retail” to Marathon Office Interiors. In 2004, Frank Sovich joined Marathon Office Interiors and Vice President and co-owner of MOI.  In 2006 Marathon Office Interiors joined the Starnet Worldwide Commercial Partnership.  Starnet is comprised of over 170 locally owned full-service flooring contractors representing more than 300 locations throughout North America and United Kingdom. With $2 billion in annual sales, Starnet is the single most influential force in the contract flooring industry.  In January 2010, Marathon Office Interiors purchased Pioneer Window Works from Larry Schuster.  Pioneer Window Works had been a company in Columbia, MO with a 35+ year history. 

At that time MOI also changed its name to Marathon Building Environments.  This change helps to identify Marathon Building Environment as a business that in all encompassing when it comes to building solutions, both interior and exterior.

Marathon Building Environments firmly believes in community spirit and strongly encourages every employee to participate in civic service. Marathon Building Environments is currently a member in the Columbia Chamber of Commerce and supports a variety of local charities with time and money. Marathon Building Environments’ philosophy has always been to serve the customer to the best of our abilities, always demonstrating professionalism and genuine concern in addressing their unique requirements. Marathon Building Environments represents many manufacturers of office interior products, including commercial floor covering, however, Marathon Building Environments is firmly committed to Steelcase, Inc. Steelcase is the world’s leading manufacturer of office interior products and Marathon Building Environments is extremely proud to have been selected as their authorized dealer in mid-Missouri.

Marathon Building Environments purpose is to: First, fully serve to the best of our abilities our existing customers with the utmost integrity; Second, aggressively seek to increase market share in the mid-Missouri market which includes:

Columbia, Jefferson City, Kirksville, Hannibal, Mexico, Fulton, Lake Ozark area, Sedalia, Rolla, Boonville, and Moberly;

Third, to provide a reasonable return on investment in all areas of business activity so everyone at Marathon Building Environments may enjoy a comfortable and secure lifestyle.

During the week of Monday, April 24 through Friday, April 28, Marathon Building Environments will be having a WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE.  It will run each day from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

We have:

  • Task, Conference & Side Chairs starting at $25.00
  • Lateral & Vertical Filing cabinets starting at $100.00
  • Desks and desk sets starting at: $250.00
  • There are also a variety of tables, including conference room tables available

Come on by Marathon Building Environments from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday, APRIL 24 – APRIL 28.

 

Marathon Building Environments and all of its divisions (Design, Furniture, Flooring, Pioneer Window Works and Operations) were honored to design and furnish the new Incubator at the Missouri Innovation Center (MIC) on the University of Missouri’s campus.  We worked closely with the leaders at the MIC and the Engineers from MU’s Design and Construction Services Department to create a truly modern and fresh working area for today’s up and coming entrepreneurs.

The project not only included furniture, flooring and window shades, but we were also asked to provide solutions for sound masking and distributing power to all of the workstations throughout the space.

In the center or hub of the area is an architectural element that helps divide the space while still being open to everyone.  It is a trellis like feature with whiteboards on all sides.  Inside the trellis is a picnic table which answers the call for an outdoor feeling meeting space that captures the collaborative needs of the modern workplace.

This new space is proving to be a tremendous showplace for Marathon, because of that, our Dealer Principals (Greg Wolff and Frank Sovich) and Leadership Team thought that it would be a great idea to film the entire process from start to finish.  We approach and worked with The Evoke Group and they did an outstanding job!This really shows all of the planning and implementation it takes to create a modern and innovative working environment.

Marathon is extremely proud of this project and want to thank everyone involved, starting with the MIC leadership, all of the Marathon Team Members and our vendor partners (FURNITURE: Steelcase, Coalesse, Turnstone, BuzziSpace, Izzy+, Connectrac, WINDOW SHADES: Draper, FLOORING: Tandus/Centiva, Johnsonite) and of course The Evoke Group.

Please sit back and enjoy our video with sound – It is not quite 2 minutes long.

Marathon Building Environments and all of its divisions (Design, Furniture, Flooring, Pioneer Window Works and Operations) were honored to design and furnish the new Incubator at the Missouri Innovation Center (MIC) on the University of Missouri’s campus.  We worked closely with the leaders at the MIC and the Engineers from MU’s Design and Construction Services Department to create a truly modern and fresh working area for today’s up and coming entrepreneurs.

The project not only included furniture, flooring and window shades, but we were also asked to provide solutions for sound masking and distributing power to all of the workstations throughout the space.

In the center or hub of the area is an architectural element that helps divide the space while still being open to everyone.  It is a trellis like feature with whiteboards on all sides.  Inside the trellis is a picnic table which answers the call for an outdoor feeling meeting space that captures the collaborative needs of the modern workplace.

This new space is proving to be a tremendous showplace for Marathon, because of that, our Dealer Principals (Greg Wolff and Frank Sovich) and Leadership Team thought that it would be a great idea to film the entire process from start to finish.  We approach and worked with The Evoke Group and they did an outstanding job!This really shows all of the planning and implementation it takes to create a modern and innovative working environment.

Marathon is extremely proud of this project and want to thank everyone involved, starting with the MIC leadership, all of the Marathon Team Members and our vendor partners (FURNITURE: Steelcase, Coalesse, Turnstone, BuzziSpace, Izzy+, Connectrac, WINDOW SHADES: Draper, FLOORING: Tandus/Centiva, Johnsonite) and of course The Evoke Group.

Please sit back and enjoy our video with sound – It is not quite 2 minutes long.

It is always nice to share (and brag a little) on one of our own team members.  This time we get to thank our newest Marathoner, Sean Zullo.  Sean obviously understand what good customer service is and pays attention to the details.

Keep up the great job and we are happy that you are part of the Marathon Building Environments team!

 

Awnings are an excellent addition to any patio or deck. Retractable awnings give you the option to enjoy the sun or the shade on a nice day. Plus, retractable awnings have many customization options:

1. Manual crank operation or motorized operation
2. Fabric offerings from Sunbrella, Sattler, and Tempest
3. Adjustable pitch option or add an end shade for the late western sun
4. Roof mount or soffit mount options
5. Excellent Warranty

Pioneer Window Works offers Awnings from NuImage and Alutex; check them out and give us a call!
http://www.nuimageawnings.com/  http://www.alutex.com/

Marathon Building Environments recently had the opportunity to design and furnish Missouri Employers Mutual (MEM) new Springfield, MO location.

MEM is proud to be Missouri’s #1 provider of workers compensation insurance. Headquartered in Columbia, Mo., and is committed to serving their policyholders and producers, as well as our community at large.

Marathon and MEM partnered on this project so that we met all of the clients needs in the workplace.  This includes workstations with dual monitors arms, CPU cradles plus enough storage (both personal and professional) and guest seating, using mobile file pedestals with cushioned tops.

This location did not have power in the floor, so Marathon provided a system by ConnecTrac  that allows MEM to have power in the middle of the floor or wherever they need it.  ConnecTrac can run both power and data to the workstations and still allow MEM to have workstations throughout the space and still keeping large aisle ways and comfort without having to have unattractive power poles from the ceiling.

All of the furniture throughout the space is from JSI, Steelcase and their divisions, Coalesse, Steelcase Health and Turnstone. Some of the new products that Marathon used include: The Brody, The Massaud Seating collection, Montara650 side seating, Lagunitas Lounge Seating and the Potrero415 Conference Tables.  JSI casegoods were used in all of the private offices

MEM allowed Marathon to design a new type of space for their team members, it is a Workplace Lounge.  This space allows its users to have small casual meetings in a relaxed and more homey atmosphere.

The new location has ample natural light from it southern exposure windows.  That also can create too much sunlight throughout a workday, so Marathon’s Pioneer Window Works division provided roller shades by Draper Inc.

All in all this was an awesome partnership and an awesome project and a job well done from the Marathon team – from Design, to Sales (furniture and PWW) and our incredible installers!!

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Coalesse Massaud Seating, Potrero415 Table, and Draper Inc. Roller Shades

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Turnstone Round Jenny Chairs

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Turnstone Round Jenny Chairs

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Turnstone Round Jenny Chairs fabric

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Lagunitas Lounge Furniture, Joel Chairs and Sebastopol Tables

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Lagunitas Lounge Furniture, Joel Chairs and Sebastopol Tables

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Lagunitas Lounge Furniture, Joel Chairs and Sebastopol Tables

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Lagunitas Lounge Furniture, Joel Chairs and Sebastopol Tables

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Lagunitas Lounge Furniture, Joel Chairs and Sebastopol Tables

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Lagunitas Lounge Furniture

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Joel Chairs

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Coalesse Joel Chairs fabric

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Enea Stools

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WORK LOUNGE – Coalesse Enea Stools

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COPY ROOM – Steelcase Health Folio Cabinets

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BREAK ROOM – Coalesse Enea Stools and Enea Chairs

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PRIVATE OFFICE – JSI Vision Casegoods and Draper Inc. Roller Shades

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PRIVATE OFFICE – JSI Vision Casegoods and Coalesse Bindu Side Chair

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PRIVATE OFFICE – JSI Vision Casegoods and Coalesse Bindu Side Chair

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Answer Panels, Universal Work Surfaces and Storage, Leap Chair

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Answer Panels, Universal Work Surfaces and Storage, Leap Chair

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Mobile Pedestal Fabric

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CONFERENCE ROOM – Coalesse Potrero415 Table and Massaud Conference Chair

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CONFERENCE ROOM – Coalesse Potrero415 Table, Massaud Conference Chair, and Draper Inc Roller Shades

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CONFERENCE ROOM – Coalesse Massaud Conference Chair

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CONFERENCE ROOM – Coalesse Massaud Conference Chair Upholstery

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CONFERENCE ROOM – Coalesse Montara650 Side Chair

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CONFERENCE ROOM – Coalesse Montara650 Side Chair

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Leap Chair

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Leap Chair

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Steelcase Brody

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Steelcase Brody

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RECEPTION – Coalesse Thoughtful Lounge Chairs

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RECEPTION – Coalesse Thoughtful Lounge Chairs

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Answer Panels

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Answer Panels

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WORKSTATION – Steelcase Answer Panels