Category: Other Industries

Demystifying the Environmental Quality Credit in LEED v4

This guest blog post was written by Sarah Wilson, Marketing Manager for UL Environment’s Furniture business division. Sarah  has worked in the marketing of products and…


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Dolphin Center Much More than Just a Research Lab

Some people choose to swim with the sharks. Others, more wisely, choose to go to Florida and swim with the dolphins. That’s just one of the…

3 Chair Base Options for Your Facility’s Common Areas

So you’re in the market for new chairs for your continuous-use common area, and you know the color you need to match the room’s aesthetic. You…

Norix Furniture to Showcase Fire Station Products at FDIC 2014

Norix Furniture again this year will showcase its products made especially for fire and rescue environments at the annual Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis,…

5 Table Considerations for Employee Dining Rooms

Employee dining rooms and break rooms can be much more than just a spot for workers to scarf down their food, wash their hands, then return…

Featured Installation: Wakefern Food Corporation

Our client, Wakefern Food, is the largest member-owned wholesale distribution cooperative in the United States, supplying groceries and other merchandise to more than 200 ShopRite supermarkets….

Norix Forté Series is at the car wash

Who knew a car wash could be so cool? Cool is what we thought when we first saw the photos of seven Norix Forté Lounge Arm…

Versatility and Social Interaction Key Trends in Employee Lunchroom Design

Designers of modern office interiors point out that changing modalities in the way we work has influenced the way employee lunchrooms are designed and equipped. The…

Case Study: Max-Master Tables Provide a Long-Term Solution for Wakefern Food Group

Discussed in a recently published case study, Wakefern Food Corp., is the largest member-owned wholesale distribution cooperative in the United States. They supply groceries and other…

Nylon Fabric: Well-Suited for Outer Space and Commercial Spaces

Our country’s early space pioneers were sent into orbit a half-century ago wearing space suits made of nylon fabric, and the first U.S. flag planted on…