EnerNOC is a Boston-based energy management company. Their headquarters is a three floor office with a wide range of office furniture products that help EnerNoc to divide between areas simultaneously offering different types of work environments. The variety of space allows for open plan work, private heads down work, collaboration, and cafe/casual spaces including a dining area that can convert into a meeting area for 200.
The Boston headquarter location features a welcoming reception area that allows guests to look into their NOC area to see firsthand how they operate. From there, a large sweeping staircase connects to other floors along with the furniture to create multiple work zones. The furniture includes small huddle spaces, open area lounge projects, lockers for hoteling employees, a full cafeteria space, formal conference rooms, and more. All desking is made to be reconfigurable with a fixed spine and pneumatic desks to use less energy.
Client Sector: Energy, Technology
Location: Boston | San Francisco
Global Locations: 2
Design Firm: SGA | Rapt Studio
Photographer: Robert Benson
Workflow developed a workstation module specifically to fit Enernoc's needs. While simple in design, the desking is built around a central spine that allows three modules to be reconfigured by the end user including a 30x48 height adjustable main surface, 20x60 side surface with storage and a wardrobe tower to house coats and divide space between users.