Furniture Standards

This document represents the preliminary development of some Furniture Standards. It is the result of developing space standards for classroom and office spaces. Likewise it does not include all furniture in all spaces, nor does it identify finishes.

INSTRUCTION

General and Smart Classrooms

Refer to the program standards for Instruction and respective classroom plans.

  1. Student Desk: single student, 32w X 21d X 29”h, 4 legs, plastic lam top, Allied #F-5/L1500-2132
  2. Student chair: KI Dorsal chair, 4 round legs w/ plastic glides, articulating backrest, no arms, automatically adapts to relax and upright positions, 19w X 21 ¾d X 32”h. KI # DR/BL/NA/L/G color: black
  3. Student Desk: single adjustable, 32w X 21d X 29”h, 4 legs, plastic lam top, Allied #F-5/L-200-2132 (provide at least one handicapped desk per classroom)

Note: The above individual student desk is a standard; however, if part of the curriculum has a large concentration of classes where team teaching is encouraged, then 2-person tables (24 x 72”) are acceptable. This alternative needs to be reviewed and approved by the Facilities Design and Construction Director.

Computer Classrooms

  1. Computer table, single student: 48w X 30d X 27”h, with attached sling type CPU holder.Model # ________ (under review)
  2. Computer table, single student, adjustable: 48w X 30d X 23 to 34”height adjust., adjustable height for handicapped student. Model # ________ (under review).
  3. Computer table, two students: 72w X 30d X 27” h, with two attached sling type CPU holders. Model # ________ (under review)
  4. Computer table, two students, adjustable: 72w X 30d X X 23 to 34”height adjust. , Adjustable height for handicapped student. Model # ________ (under review)
  5. Computer Task Chair: pneumatic height adjustment of 5” for seat, manual height back adjustment, 5 leg cast aluminum matte black base with castors. 23w X 23d X 38”h, with no arms

NC Department of Corrections # 65-0200-30, different fabrics are available (under review)

Office

Open Office

Refer to the standards for Offices and Services and standard office plans.

  1. All Steels Concensys Codence Modular Systems Furniture
  2. Space should be designed to accommodate many work stations with powered panels. Avoid placing an open office work station in a room by itself.
  3. Panels should be up to 67” high maximum. Avoid higher panels that can obscure air flow and/or sight lines.
  4. Finishes should be uniform and neutral so that the panels and components can be changed and relocated in the future as the needs of CPCC change.
  5. Include a pencil tray inside the top box drawer of the pedestal cabinet.
  6. Countertop edges should have a bullnose trim.

Private Office

Refer to the standards for Offices and Services and standard office plans.

  1. All Steels Concensys Codence Modular Systems Furniture (nothing is attached to the walls)
  2. Finishes should be uniform and neutral so that tops and pedestals can be inter-changeable and relocated in the future as the needs of CPCC change. Finishes could include wood/wood laminate at the Dean/manager level and above.
  3. Include a pencil tray inside the top box drawer of the pedestal cabinet.
  4. Countertop edges should have a bullnose trim