Use the tabs below to scan our typical cubicle/workstation setups.
Call Center Typical Layout
These small work stations are used primarily for telephone and data entry applications, where paper storage requirements are minimal. Primary worksurface sizes range from 48-60″ in width and 24″ in depth, and panel heights vary with acoustic and visibility requirements.
6×6 L, 36 sq/ft Typical Layout
This is a more traditional cubicle layout that works better for paper intensive work, allowing for more writing surface than the corner work surface configuration. Storage options are the same as the 6×6 corner.
6×6 Split Corner – 36 sq/ft Typical Layout
This non-traditional configuration works well for computer intensive work and opens up a little more floor space within the cubicle work station. It also costs less than the conventional corner configuration with three work surfaces.
6×8 Corner, 48 sq/ft Typical Layout
The 6×8 functions well for computer work, and has additional space for writing. There is more floorspace inside the cubicle work station, and there is also more space available for overhead storage than the 6×6.
8×8 U Shaped – 64sq/ft Typical Layout
This configuration is for very paper intensive work, with space for pedestal drawers, a lateral file and plenty of room for overhead storage. There is also space for a guest chair
8×10.5 – 84 sq/ft Typical Layout
This station works well for Managers, Supervisors, and Sales Professionals, as it affords plenty of room for writing, computing and storage, and also offers a D-top surface for meetings. Additional panels can be added for more privacy.