When buying workstations, it is always good to have some kind of game plan that will guide your purchasing decisions. Workstations, like people, have to work together in an office. In most instances, too, these workstations are built to support specific individuals in their job descriptions. Because they vary in size and often have unique features, cubicles must be configured in clusters that support the most important processes within the company. Cubicle space planning allows us to plan these clusters before making the actual purchase. We can show you how large each cubicle needs to be, where it needs to be located, and what accessories it requires to support a particular employee.
Cubicle space planning is a complimentary service that Cubiture offers to every customer who requests a quote. Our owner, Jerry Mogyorody, was once an experienced designer of high-density filing and storage systems. He became an industry leader the consolidation of filing and storage systems into compact spaces, highly organized spaces. When he founded Cubiture, Jerry brought this expertise into the furniture systems and cubicles industry. His advanced knowledge of how to get the most out of every square foot in the office enables him to study any floor plan and quickly calculate the size and location of each cubicle in the space.
Most of our customers call us either when they move to a new office or when they hire a new round of employees. Many will already have a specific number of cubicles in mind because they plan on adding 5 or 6 new employees to their team. Jerry’s free cubicle space planning allows these companies to scale their purchasing to their budgets. Each cubicle can be custom designed to meet the needs of the individual employee. Cubiture owns its own factory, so Jerry can send the drawing straight to manufacturing, having the cubicles built here in Houston, then ship them direct to the customer in his own trucks.