Lighting adds visual interest to space

A variety of locations to meet or eat accommodates different functions for the space

Dual purpose coffee table -- white board and charging station

Bar seating allows for individuals or groups to feel comfortable in the space

Stackable seating allows for this open space to neatly be reconfigured for other purposes

Quiet comfy atmosphere with a restaurant or cafe feel in a work environment

This collaboration area doubles as additional storage

Open collaborative space allows for impromptu meetings to take place naturally

Sound absorption ensures privacy for important or private phone conversations

Individual phone rooms allow for conference calls without disturbing co-workers

Mobile individual work surfaces encourages flexibility

Meeting space with additional power in the table or sofa brings technology and collaboration together

Storage can act as guest seating and a barrier to delineate space

Height adjustable workstation with a panel that moves with the work surface maintains privacy and limits distractions

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Corporate

Corporate office furniture is both an investment and a tool that can be leveraged to increase your workplace efficiencies, optimize every square foot of real estate, and support worker well-being.

For over 30 years, we’ve helped organizations like yours make informed decisions while controlling costs at every step. In today’s evolving workplace, we’ll be by your side to help you create long-lasting and effective spaces for your team members.

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At CIS, you come first

Your office’s needs are our first consideration, and your satisfaction is our priority. With a deep knowledge of furniture trends and partnerships with some of the best manufacturers in the industry, we’ll help you create a work environment tailored to your goals.

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Our workspace is truly a manifestation of our company’s culture. At
GoDaddy, we’ve created unique, collaborative, open workspaces to promote
communication and inspire innovation. We have purposefully designed our
facilities, in a very meaningful way, to retain and attract best in industry talent.

Calvin Crowder, GoDaddy

How CIS integrates into your project

The graphic below details the phases within the project that CIS executes simultaneously with the design and construction processes. We act nimbly and adjust according
to the phase in which we enter the project while simultaneously ensuring that clear communication continues throughout the life of the project.

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Furniture Visioning

  • Furniture Visioning
  • Surveys
  • Observation
  • Change engagement Workshop
  • Showroom tours
  • Installation Tours

Programing

  • Collaboration space evaluation
  • Review overall scope
  • Headcount determined
  • Occupancy Date
  • Phasing schedule
  • Spacial requirements
  • Storage Requirements
  • Programming workshop with end users

Space Plan

  • Typical development
  • Preliminary budget Ex
  • Typical / pricing
  • Block plan
  • Growth plan
  • Project schedule
  • Furniture test fit

Schematic Design

  • Define layout
  • Preliminary finish selections
  • Ancillary furniture selections
  • Power requirements
  • Revise budget

Design Development

  • Renderings
  • Finish selection
  • Power layout
  • Critical dimensions / field verification
  • Furniture plan finalized
  • Preliminary proposal

Construction Documents

  • Final proposal with detailed specification
  • Final pricing
  • Final power plan & requirements
  • Order ready

Construction Administration

  • Furniture procurement
  • Installation
  • Status reports
  • Site check
  • Install drawings
  • Punch list
  • Core locations identified

Furniture Visioning

  • Furniture Visioning
  • Surveys
  • Observation
  • Change engagement Workshop
  • Showroom tours
  • Installation Tours

Programing

  • Collaboration space evaluation
  • Review overall scope
  • Headcount determined
  • Occupancy Date
  • Phasing schedule
  • Spacial requirements
  • Storage Requirements
  • Programming workshop with end users

Space Plan

  • Typical development
  • Preliminary budget Ex
  • Typical / pricing
  • Block plan
  • Growth plan
  • Project schedule
  • Furniture test fit

Schematic Design

  • Define layout
  • Preliminary finish selections
  • Ancillary furniture selections
  • Power requirements
  • Revise budget

Design Development

  • Renderings
  • Finish selection
  • Power layout
  • Critical dimensions / field verification
  • Furniture plan finalized
  • Preliminary proposal

Construction Documents

  • Final proposal with detailed specification
  • Final pricing
  • Final power plan & requirements
  • Order ready

Construction Administration

  • Furniture procurement
  • Installation
  • Status reports
  • Site check
  • Install drawings
  • Punch list
  • Core locations identified