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Air National Guard

Responding quickly to changes around the world is a major portion of national security. This requires all aspects of the space to support the readiness of the people and technology.

Air National Guard

Casual lounge areas are located around the building to allow impromptu meetings, a quick lunch, or catching up with a colleague.

Air National Guard

The Air National Guard must be able to adjust workstyles and workspaces as the world and their mission changes; Haworth systems and furniture allows them to do that.

Air National Guard

The Air National Guard's vision of ‚Äúcommunicate, coordinate, collaborate‚ÄĚ was also vital to the new design.

Air National Guard

85 percent of the new space is now devoted to open workstations, conference rooms surrounded by glass, and key personnel are centrally located. The offices naturally encourage communication.

Air National Guard

Open environments are a new practice for the military. The need for collaboration and convenient communication among teams has led to the adoption of lower panels and glass walls.

Air National Guard

Haworth's raised floor system accommodates technology and organizational changes, as well as efficiently distributing conditioned air.

Air National Guard

The open space promotes communication with its glass-walled conference rooms and the central location of key personnel.

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