Office design can range drastically from tenant to tenant. A tech firm may not have the same design goals as a law firm. The building must be able to easily accommodate the proper balance of daylighting, acoustics and privacy to attract a full range of potential tenants. By distributing power, data and air services under a raised floor, traditional ceiling coverings can be eliminated, and ceiling heights can be expanded, allowing for more daylighting. With services terminated in the floor, walls no longer need to be connected, therefore they can be made of full-length glass or designed to be easily reconfigured to accommodate special events or to add privacy as needed.
Regardless of the aesthetic, Tate access floors with high-end finishes offer a wide range of colors and textures to create any desired look. Whether it's our STONEWORKS® line of integrated concrete finishes, or one of our laminated finish options, all of Tate's design-assisted finishes are manufactured and assembled in our facility and then shipped to your work site, ready for installation.