A Peek Inside: Workspring

A Peek Inside: Workspring

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Workspring’s parent company, Steelcase, has studied how people work for more than 100 years.
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Workspring, an enhanced workspace destination from Steelcase Inc., has opened its newest location in the Inland Steel Building located at 30 W. Monroe in Chicago.
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For remote workers in need of a space outside of a traditional workplace or home office, the location provides all of the amenities one would need to feel connected and productive.
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The space is purpose-built for collaborative meetings, longer-term projects and full-service events and its design focuses on the effectiveness of small groups, enabling them to deliver on clearly defined objectives and mission-critical expectations.
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In most traditional offices, employees are given designated work stations and space is set aside for conference rooms or project areas, which aren’t always occupied. By managing a company from or near a Workspring-enabled building, business leaders can pay to use the amenities when their teams need them and rethink their company’s real-estate footprint, either using less overall square-footage or repurposing space currently reserved for meetings.
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The space takes a holistic approach by bringing together integrated service, work consultancy, contemporary design and technology.
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The environments anticipates every need, including technology support, access to natural light, health-conscious meals during meetings, outcome and work staging consultation and ergonomic workstations.
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