Making Our Space: An Interview with Sara Smyth

Sara Smyth is a Senior Designer with Environments at Work (EAW). She is responsible for implementing all aspects of the design process; from working through design intent, specifications, and finishes to creating furniture drawings and layouts required for installation. Sara is also LEED Green Associate certified. And, yes, she’s a super star! Here is her … Continue reading Making Our Space: An Interview with Sara Smyth

A Healthy Return: The Business Case for Well-Being in the Workplace

On May 11, 2017, Metropolis Magazine and Haworth hosted a discussion on A Healthy Return: The Business Case for Well-Being in the Workplace. In competition for today’s top talent, companies’ recruiting strategies are expanding beyond traditional employee benefits to include healthful and enriching lifestyle initiatives. And with the robust correlation between productivity and employee well-being increasingly … Continue reading A Healthy Return: The Business Case for Well-Being in the Workplace

We’re Inspired by WELL and Well-Being [Infographic]

Environments at Work believes effective office spaces can inspire workers, improve overall wellness, and encourage comfort. Throughout the month of May, we've been exploring well-being and the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL), which aims to create healthier and greener buildings for those who inhabit them. WELL looks to maximize the human experience within the built environment, so … Continue reading We’re Inspired by WELL and Well-Being [Infographic]

Introducing Tyler Plummer

Environments at Work is excited to announce that Tyler Plummer has recently joined our team as an Intermarket Coordinator. First off, what's an Intermarket? An "intermarket" occurs when a contract furniture project originates in one market area of the country and installs in another market area. Why we're excited about Tyler and Intermarket. A dedicated Intermarket Coordinator is a … Continue reading Introducing Tyler Plummer

Get to Know Integrated Interiors

Integrated Interiors (II) is New England’s premier specialty contractor. We supply and install specialty architectural/engineered products and systems throughout greater Boston and New England. Our integrated solutions create flexible interiors and scalable systems that can adapt over time to ever‐changing business needs. Our focus is on providing your project with the personal attention and involvement … Continue reading Get to Know Integrated Interiors

Project Roundup: Spotlight on Architectural Products

Integrated Interiors (II) is New England’s premier specialty commercial construction company. From small to large projects, II has supplied and installed its specialty architectural/engineered products and systems to some of the area's most notable building projects. Integrated Interiors is very proud to have partnered with the following clients on their recently completed projects. Click for photos … Continue reading Project Roundup: Spotlight on Architectural Products

Thank you! A Look [Way] Back at 2016

Are we a little late for a ‘wrap up' of 2016? Maybe, but we believe time flies when you're having fun. At Environments at Work and Integrated Interiors, we look back at last year with immense joy. We're proud to have celebrated 10 years creating great workspaces and excited to share our company's highlights from 2016. We played … Continue reading Thank you! A Look [Way] Back at 2016

Happy Valentine’s Day

Can you feel the love? #embraceyourspace. Happy Valentine's Day from Environments at Work & Integrated Interiors. We have a PASSION for creating great workspaces.

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Take it Outside

outdoor furniture environments at work

Outdoor work spaces are becoming more viable and legitimate since workers have greater mobility and can connect virtually anywhere via WiFi. Designing and creating an outdoor space as an extension to your indoor workplace enables employee choice in where one works. Unfortunately, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 93% of their … Continue reading Take it Outside