Corp Design Furniture for Public Utility District

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The Office Furniture Warehouse team recently had the opportunity to coordinate a project for the utility district that serves Coffee and Franklin counties. In 2018, the district’s Tullahoma offices underwent a complete overhaul. After the 8,000sqft renovation, our team delivered and installed the new workspace. We furnished private and shared offices, as well as the executive conference room with Corp Design furniture. Corp Design is an office furniture manufacturer out of South Florida,¬†proud to offer creative office solutions for budget-minded organizations.

Each of the individual workstations are from the Potenza line by Corp Design furniture. This desking features a customizable, contemporary take on traditional casegood office suites. Brushed silver detailing accentuates the deep grey woodgrain finish. Notched modesty panels for the desk fronts cue visitors to the more formal tone of private offices. U-group and l-desk configurations with a unique porkchop worksurface are complemented by low and overhead storage. Dual file cabinets each lock, and have varying configurations. Desk hutches have solid doors, an extra shelf, task lighting and tack boards with a glass top to complete the statement piece.

The executive conference table is also from Corp Design furniture’s Potenza line. The 14′ boat-shaped table provides clear sight lines to every member during a meeting or videoconference. A drop-in power module enables connectivity and sharing from any seat. Hinged lids that can be opened from either side occupy the center of each table section, concealing power and data outlets. The seating is Corp Design furniture’s Livello executive chair, designed to keep occupants comfortable with padded leather seat and adjustments.

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Make sure to check out our video case study as well! Our mission is to make your workspace work as hard as you do – for this local government entity, that meant keeping pace with contractors and delivering a contemporary work environment. If you’ve got a transition on the horizon (or just on the brain), we’re here to help figure out what that means for you. Thanks again!

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