Modular Cubicle Stations

Modular Cubicle Stations

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Modular Cubicle Stations

Modular cubicle stations are so called because they can be disassembled and reassembled in a new configuration. Modular capability allows organizations to invest in workstations that will change as their business needs change. For instance, the system depicted in this photograph is an 8X8 cubicle that has been configured with plenty of space and exceptional visibility. The work surface within the system is almost as large as a traditional office desk. The dual flipper doors doubles the system’s overhead storage, and there is plenty of room beneath the desk area for additional, pedestal storage cabinets.

Modular cubicle stations like this are typically built to support the specific tasks associated with a particular job description. As business needs evolve, task responsibilities change, making it necessary to configure the system with new features that will support current initiatives. This system is built to support a very labor intensive work flow, with plenty of space to support computing equipment, communications devices, and filing. The glass at the top of the panels prevents the employ from feeling boxed in. Glass panes also filter natural lighting onto the task area, supplementing the luminance of the overhead task light above the work surface.

In the event that an organization grows and hires new persons, job responsibilities may divided accordingly among multiple individuals. 8X8 modular cubicle stations like this example can be reconfigured as 6X6 units so that more persons can occupy the same floor space. Due to the fact that a dynamic marketplace like that of Houston frequently calls for such reconfigurations, more than half of our local clients prefer to purchase refurbished modular cubicle stations. Components of Herman Miller cubicles are backward compatible with previous generations, allowing for the easy addition of new cubicle features. New work surface tops, new fabric, and new base covers gives the system a brand new look–for a fraction of the price of new, OEM components.