Sustainable practices focus on reducing waste and energy use. By leveraging sustainability into your practices and products, you can make direct and indirect contributions to your bottom line. Our partner, Haworth, has been a global leader in sustainability initiatives in their products, manufacturing processes and showrooms. They are also a leader in helping other organizations develop more sustainable business practices and create LEED certified spaces.
Our organic workspace solutions can be reconfigured again and again as business needs change — compared to conventional construction, this can reduce the time and costs associated with churn by as much as 90%. In addition, intelligent space utilization allows a footprint to accommodate up to 25% more people without feeling cramped.
Raised access flooring allows air to be circulated under the floor, dramatically improving air quality. They also help distribute conditioned air efficiently, reducing HVAC expense.
Architectural elements, moveable walls, systems, and furniture fit together in a variety of ways — when business needs inevitably change, there’s no need to landfill tons of waste and start over. In addition, cabling can be re-used instead of thrown away. Modular products, built off-site, decrease the time and costs associated with the initial build.
Haworth products provide documented reductions in cost, complexity, and time by requiring fewer providers on-site. Because walls are made off-site, space at the construction site can be better utilized. Purchasing from one source provides interior architectural elements, raised floors, moveable walls, systems, seating, and casegoods — easing project management.
When possible, Haworth products are produced using wind energy. In addition to sourcing renewable materials, many of our products incorporate significant recycled content. Our Haworth products use up to 98% recyclable materials, and some are designed to be dismantled for recycling in just minutes.