Global Total Office to Launch ‘Bridges II’ Benching System

Where to see it: Showroom 1035 in The Merchandise Mart

Global Total Office is about to launch a modular, linear workstation system designed for collaboration. The new benching system is called Bridges II, and it’s poised to show NeoCon attendees how 20- and 30-something employees can work in more collaborative ways.

“Traditional offices are quickly being replaced to serve the needs of a changing workforce. The cubicle farms are being replaced by more open-concept, modern workstations that allow for greater communication, creativity, and innovation — the cornerstone of what defines this generation’s valued skills in the workforce.”

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Bridges II is Greenguard certified and ANSI-BIFMA Level 2 certified. It has multiple workstation features like anodized aluminum and white, shared-storage options for team members occupying a workspace. It has multiple power and data management options for every mobile device imaginable. And it comes in contemporary finishes and wood grains for complete customization.

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“Bridges II configures to a business’ unique environment, helping to eliminate boundaries, redefine relationships and rewire thought processes. Above all, the open concept design of the Bridges II workstation unleashes a collective spirit that has become so essential in the achievement of success.”

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