One company in New York has a special area within the office for younger employees to get used to work.
The USGBC recently acknowledged the WELL standard for encouraging mindfulness at work through design.
To go from executive offices to cubicles, companies should purchase locally sourced cubicles for reuse.
The open office trend could be detrimental to employee productivity.
Making coffee in the office? Keep a few tips in mind for efficiency’s sake.
Life cycle considerations are important when assessing the long-term durability of a piece of furniture.
Contrary to popular belief, sustainability saves money.
A California energy official recently expressed confidence in the state’s plan for energy use improvement.
Clearing space for standing desks? Office liquidators assist in removing large quantities of furniture.
A new dorm building for the University of California, Riverside, has been LEED Gold Certified.
Quality Office Liquidations Inc. supports local philanthropy, and the state of California has seen some growth in that area recently.
For reuse credits through LEED, office products have to be made of the right composition of materials.
QOL recently helped KQED Public Television re-do an office with pre-owned workstations that matched their specifications.
QOL helped BlueShield in San Francisco move its used furniture.