A Pharmacy & Consulting Firm Furnishes an Employee-Friendly HQ Office

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In late 2016, a long-term care pharmacy and consulting company moved its headquarters and needed modern furniture to complement the new space. Rightsize collaborated with the company to PLAN and FURNISH the facility’s reception, private offices, collaborative spaces, and relaxation areas.

“The main goal was to give the space a more upscale, contemporary look,” said Shannon Vukovljak, Workplace Solutions Director. “The previous location had furnishings that had been there for years – with high panels and drab finishes – they were in need of an update. We worked with the client to coordinate the style throughout the office, and give the space a fresh makeover that’s appealing to all age groups.”

The finished office featured all new tables, seating, and casegoods in a streamlined, neutral palette, with a combination of black, espresso brown, and grays. Collaboration areas – including a conference room and a training room – provided ample meeting space for different teams. The client also wanted to create leisure areas for employees, so Rightsize designed both a break room, offering sitting areas and lockers, and a cozy lounge.

“For the lounge, we built a space with a warm, welcoming bistro feel,” said Vukovljak. “It has comfy furniture, café tables, and standing-height tables. The client wanted it to look like a casual coffee shop, and it’s a great area for employees to relax.” 

The new facility is a reflection of the company’s focus on establishing an employee-friendly, team-oriented work environment. Rightsize’s team leveraged its expertise to achieve the aesthetic and functionality the client wanted, while minimizing costs and staying within a reasonable budget.

“It’s a huge improvement, and they’re very happy with how the new space turned out,” said Vukovljak. “We are now working on ordering a few additional pieces that they’ve requested.”

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