Jericho, NY, March 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Modular stations producer ACISCO, which specializes in developing and furnishing office environments with flexible and economical modular furniture arrangements, is currently spotlighting the eco-friendly nature of the building products and practices that it employs, with more information available online at http://www.ACISCO.com. ACISCO promotes its modular workstations as ideal itself for small and growing businesses, as its customizable and budget-friendly furnishings are attractive, quick to set-up, and don’t involve elaborate or environmentally hazardous building projects.
“A lot of people aren’t aware of how much more environmentally sustainable modular workstations are when compared to more elaborate, ground-up construction projects. In fact, nearly one-eighth of the carbon dioxide that’s currently in our atmosphere (a contributing factor of global warming) arises directly from the creation of common construction materials, ranging from cement and glass to concrete and drywall. Our products were already beneficial to our clientele for a variety of reasons, including their practical and infinitely customizable construction, but modular cubicles also distinguish themselves for being one of the more green building solutions out there,” said Meridith Zwirn, COO of the modular stations manufacturer.
Unlike many heavy-duty office design and construction options, ACISCO’s extensive line of modular office furnishings are stand-alone, and, by dint of their lightweight and moveable structures, do not require any intensive drywall installation or other anchoring procedures. The flexible modular cubicles are made with lightweight and environmentally friendly materials that are easy-to-clean and sterile. ACISCO’s clients also benefit by having a range of customization choices, including materials, colors, and configurations, as well as screen and electrical output installation options.
The modular workstations producer additionally employs a range of specialists, including architects, designers, and other office planners who are able to ensure that an office’s construction is functional, economical, and also adheres to environmental standards. Whether the construction job is a holistic reimagining of an office building or space or merely an upgrade to an existing layout, ACISCO’s construction and renovation staff checks office plans for local code compliance, and the company’s specialists are even able to file various permits and insurance options to ensure that any given project remains eco-friendly and satisfies regional building requirements. ACISCO is also able to help clients attain demolition and plumbing permits, as well as certificates of occupancy and related sign-offs.
“Drywall is an especially detrimental material because it contains a high degree of hydrogen-sulfide gas. The compound breaks down when exposed to water and inclement conditions, and is then particularly harmful to the environment in landfills or when being used in elaborate building processes. Our modular stations require no drywall construction whatsoever, which makes the process less stressful for our clients and also much more eco-friendly,” said Zwirn.
To browse its selection of modular and conference room furniture, find ACISCO online at
http://www.ACISCO.com, or call 1-877-5-ACISCO. The company also maintains profiles online at http://www.facebook.com/ACISCO.com and http://twitter.com/ACISCOFurniture, and keeps a modular workstations blog at http://www.ACISCOOfficeFurniture.com.