Filing and site surveys
An important aspect of designing and installing your ideal workplace is getting to know the space, and with our filing and site surveys, Flexiform aims to understand the specific needs and requirements of your organisation.
By first assessing how many linear metres of storage you need, we can accurately calculate your filing needs, from plan chests for a planning department, to pull out filing for administrative staff, or collaborative furniture for creative minds.
This information then goes to our space planners, who work out where each department should be situated, as well as the furniture requirements of your staff. Our space planners work to exact dimensions, using architects’ plans and full site surveys to ensure that your workplace design is as effective as it can possibly be.
Our filing surveys are all about finding storage to suit your needs. By calculating the linear metres of filing available to you, and through discussions with your staff, we can identify the best method of filing for your organisation.
Flexiform offers multiple furniture ranges in numerous styles, providing both uniformity and flexibility, and we will assess the benefits of various product configurations for your workplace.
Our storage units also feature a large range of internal components, able to be mixed and matched within each storage unit, offering complete flexibility for a variety of filing needs.
To gather a comprehensive understanding of your workplace, we also offer a full site survey, with one of our space planners visiting you to take measurements and survey the space.
Taking into account windows, doors, radiators, power points, and other elements that may affect your environment and layout, we are able to fully incorporate services, building features and your office furniture into accurate plans, ensuring your project runs as smoothly and hassle-free as possible.
Liz Dawes - Survey Analyst
“Whilst we’re finally starting to see the paperless office emerge, the key criteria being linear filing capacity to floor space utilisation is as vitally important as it’s ever been. Storage although perhaps reducing in quantity, is moving away from being classed as generic linear metres and becoming more individual and specific again. So it is therefore essential that we specify the most suitable and efficient components and units, with regards to client usage and objectives. “