These days, a workspace isn’t just a space to work. It’s a mindset that reflects the culture of your company. Collaborate with the furniture specialists at Workspace Interiors by Office Depot® to redefine how you get the job done.
Workspace Interiors has the people and resources in place to assist you with every step of your project. The tools below offer insight into workplace planning to help you get a jump start and begin thinking of what’s important to your organization.
Gearing up for a workspace project? Let’s take the time to assess your goals and solidify a long-term vision, together.
Every great workspace starts with a dream. We’ll help make it a reality. Browse our Space To Imagine dream book to find your own inspiration.
Here are some of the key considerations that will help make sure every job’s done right, on time and on budget.
A partnership with us is as easy as A, B, C. Expand your knowledge of everything we have to offer in our workspace glossary.
Gearing Up For A Workspace Project
When exploring the idea of a new workspace project, it’s important to take the time to solidify the long-term vision well in advance. For instance, how will the new space reflect a company culture today, while being positioned to support future business goals? And what kinds of experts and resources are required to achieve this vision?
The resources below outline important considerations that should be addressed before a project begins. They also can help establish a strong foundation as a project moves into the concept phase.
Discuss your ideas and questions with a Workspace Interiors specialist to find the approach that best fits your particular needs.
Making key decisions and completing specific tasks in a timely fashion are crucial to keeping an office redesign on time and on budget.
Whether this is your first design project or you are a seasoned pro, the steps below can serve as a good reminder of the activities you’ll need to be involved in throughout all phases of the project — from concept to completion.
As always, know that every project is different, so be sure to consult your contract furniture team for tasks, deadlines and responsibilities. Your team will ensure coordination is occurring with the proper contractors at the proper time.
When considering a new project, it’s important to know your options. Use the resource below to expand your knowledge of basic office furniture terms, workspace function definitions, and common design industry words and phrases. Then let your Workspace Interiors interiors specialist help you find products that fit your needs
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