Just as the way we work is changing, so is the look and feel of the places we are working. For years the endless rows of cubicles mixed with executive offices stashed in the corners was the norm for how offices have looked. With the influx of millennials (people born between 1980 and 2000), more modern workplaces are springing up.
The modern workspace is a definitive shift from the drab colorless workspace that has become the industry standard. The floor plans are now becoming more open, and cubicles don’t have the strictly squared off edges and medium height walls that most are familiar with. These open floor plans encourage team building as well as collaborative work on projects.
One of the ways these modern workspaces are built is through the use of modular construction. Modular construction focuses on building all the components for the office in an offsite factory. These factories are able to use proven designs that are built quickly with a host of different colors and accessories.
The building components are shipped to the office where they are assembled efficiently without all the mess that is typically found with traditional construction. The modular building process uses green, eco-friendly materials which can be moved or reconfigured.
Learn more about modern modular offices here.