Re-used scaffold standing tables encouraging flexible healthy working and re-use of materials

The Mace Greenwich Peninsula project team created standing tables from old scaffold timber planks and scaffold tubes.

One table is used for a flexible meeting space/ lunch space in the kitchen and the other is used for standing hot-desking in the centre of the office.

This both reduces construction waste and promotes flexible working, encouraging people to get up and move around at work.

This has benefits for both the workforce and the environment.

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