Category Cubicle Solutions

Cubicle Solutions Beats the Clock on Record-Setting Architectural Wall Installation

It’s rare when a contract furniture installation company gets the opportunity to install nearly two and a quarter miles of architectural wall as a single project. Cubicle Solutions, Inc. (CSI) not only had the opportunity, it agreed to accomplish the work on a 6-month schedule between April and October 2013. New England’s largest non-union architectural wall installation project to date was to take place at one of two corporate headquarters campuses providing workspace for associates of the leading off-price value retailer of apparel and home fashions in the U.S. and abroad. It was a plum assignment for CSI, and one with a degree of difficulty that climbed significantly when the end user’s occupancy date had to be moved up, depriving the wall installation schedule of two precious weeks of productivity. How CSI—the non-union New England member of Facilities Services Network—managed to complete the project on time is a story of extraordinary project management expertise, a ...

Metro Boston Furniture Projects Stay on Track Despite Huge Snowstorm

In a region where a giant snowstorm has slowed the tempo of air and rail travel, shuttered most schools and caused productivity losses for many businesses, Colonial Systems, Inc. and Cubicle Solutions, Inc.—FSN’s New England member companies—are keeping their clients’ jobs on track. [Click image at right to view gallery.] Both companies reported this morning that they had dug out their warehouses, pushed between 18 and 24 inches of snow off the roofs of their delivery trucks and were either at or on the way to commercial furniture installation sites throughout metro Boston. “We are much more resilient than 21″ inches of snow,” said Ray Theberge, the executive vice president at Colonial Systems, where essential crews reported to the warehouse very early this morning to begin digging out trucks. Snow-emergency plans were also in effect at Cubicle Solutions this morning. Congratulations to our colleagues in New England and to all their field, ...