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Office Design/Layout
In the meantime we are providing a checklist to help you with many of the concerns that need your attention when you invest the time & money in creating, planning & designingyour work space.
How do you distinguish what office furniture is needed?
Which would suit your needs best: a desk, work-station, orportable desk unit?
Are you under estimating or over estimating the amount of space you will require?
What is your working style?
Are you more of a visual person?
Are you currentlyjuggling space for your computer & papers all in the same work area?
How much lighting is needed to work more efficiently & effectively?
How much space will be needed for storing supplies?****************************************************
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Planning for an office involves many detailsincluding these key concerns:

Spatial Design and Layout (insertar foto relacionada)

Electrical Requirements (insertar foto relacionada)

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Spatial Design and Layout:
How you use your space is critical in determining how to structure the layout of your office. When setting up youroffice consider these issues:
Establish primary and secondary work areas for these tasks:
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Plan for accessible filesystems:
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Allocate space for storage of office supplies:
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Electrical Requirements:
Plan for these electrical needs
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