Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1) Panel Construction:
a) Panel construction shall be a steel frame and shall be capable of supporting cantilevered worksurfaces,
shelves, files and other components in the configurations shown on the “typicals” drawings without special
modifications to the panels.
b) All standard monolithic structure shall be shipped complete with top and side rails/caps, and base raceway
covers. Connector covers and variable height covers shall be available in medium grade finishes including
fabric wrap and painted metal. Panels shall be tackable & acoustical.
c) Panels shall include top caps and side rails made of metal. Baked enamel or approved comparable finish.
Base raceway covers shall be made of metal or PVC and shall be a one-piece assembly with receptacle
d) Base raceways and covers shall be of a height to provide adequate power and cable capacity. Panels shall
have leveling glides, which do not require level floors and provide vertical adjustment.
e) All panels must be acoustical and be 65” high as noted on the contract documents.
f) Panel system and components must come with leveling glides that adjust up to 2” to provide uniform height
and adjustment assurance for uneven floors. Must allow for installation on finished flooring without use of
penetration for floor fasteners.
g) Panels must be available in fabric. Exact pattern is listed under Fabrics and Finishes.
2) Furniture Panels/Connectors:
a) The connector system shall permit the connection of panels of similar and dissimilar heights without
damage to the panels. Panels shall be constructed with a panel-to-panel connecting system assuring rigid
and stable connections at the top and bottom, both in line and at right angles.
b) Connector blocks should be universal for use on 2-, 3-, and 4-way connections. Connectors for full-height
2-, 3-, and 4-way conditions shall be orderable as an assembled unit.