Thursday, July 22, 2010

bfi Furnishes Municipal Building for Borough of Edgewater

edgewater-logoThe new municipal building in Edgwater is going to look terrific, thanks to the efforts of bfi and the architectural firm, Arcari & Lovino of Little Ferry. bfi partnered with Arcari & Lovino to design and furnish the interior of the 25,500 sq. ft. building. The Borough of Edgewater purchased the furniture from bfi through the NJ State Contract. This enabled them to obtain new furniture within their budget, but also take advantage of the fact that the design and planning was included in the sale of the furniture. This project has been four years in the planning, and is scheduled to be completed in the Fall of 2010.

bfi Wins Two Projects for DCH BMW

dch-auto-group-logoDCH BMW of Bloomfield and Freehold has acquired the services of bfi for the ground up renovations of their two facilities. The Bloomfield facility is slated to be completed by the end of July, while the Freehold dealership has a December completion goal. bfi was awarded the projects based on its professional reputation and experience in furnishing Automotive Dealerships. DCH BMW has chosen to furnish its two dealerships with Herman Miller furniture products.

Law Firm, Day Pitney, hires bfi for New Office Location

day-pitney-logoBusiness law firm, Day Pitney, hired bfi  to furnish its new 35,000 sq. ft. office facility located at 1 Jefferson Road, Parsippany, NJ. The move from Florham Park, NJ will be completed by mid August. bfi was hired based on its excellent reputation as a full service business interior resource, providing consultative services, product solutions and technical assistance for office relocation projects. Some of the areas to be furnished by bfi include conference rooms, lounge areas, and workstations.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Meet Albert, the Mobile Workstation

Albert is a modular system of components that can be combined to create a versatile range of mobile or static work areas. Flat screens and CPUs can be integrated. And, Albert can be stripped down to a simple mobile table or skeletal workstation, or built up to hold printers and paper shelves.
  • Modular system of components that combine to create a versatile range of mobile workstations.
  • Components can be adjusted once assembled, giving each user full flexibility in multi-shift or shared environments.
  • Supports technology components weighing up to 22 pounds total.
  • Designed by Colebrook Bosson Saunders Ltd.
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