What Businesses Need to Know Before Beginning A Raised Floor Search

Raised Access Flooring
April 7, 2021 | Raised Access Flooring

With the considerable focus being placed on the adaptive workspace, it is important to clarify what is meant by the term “Raised Floor.” The term “raised flooring” covers a broad range of products that are very distinct from each other. If you are in the market for a raised flooring system, it is vital to […]

The terms value engineering, value management, and value analysis basically describe one thing— a standard providing the necessary systems, materials, and equipment to projects at the lowest possible cost. The idea is to substitute a product, means or method with a less expensive alternative without sacrificing quality and functionality. It might sound easy on paper, […]

Case Study: Stan Walt and his shift managers take advantage of the COVID shutdown to update the bingo room in his Kelowna BC facility. Set in the south of the Province of British Columbia, Canada, along the beautiful Lake Okanagan, sits the city of Kelowna, where Stan Walt, the proud owner of the Chances Kelowna […]

According to Intel, the global value of IoT technology is climbing toward a possible $6.2 trillion by 2025. While smart building advancement is occurring in manufacturing and healthcare, the trend is booming across all verticals. There’s a lot of money flowing down the pipeline and supporting new development and innovation in building design. One reason […]

  Welcome to FreeAxez’ newly updated website! For more than 25 years, FreeAxez has revolutionized cable management and access floors with an award-winning Adaptive Cabling Distribution® system that smoothly integrates technology through a superior raised floor system.We hope you enjoy browsing through all our beautiful new imagery, tools and helpful design resources like CAD and […]

When it comes to advancing technology and the need to adjust quickly as it changes, more and more companies think in terms of the entire building footprint. And they’re thinking ahead. Why? Because every business, organization and institution today is driven by technology. And as the technology advances, the infrastructure that supports it must adapt […]

How do major institutions such as Fortune 500 companies, government offices including the CIA and FBI, universities, banks, and airports safely manage thousands of cables that connect their computers, phones, and other technology? More and more, the answer lies in cable management systems. Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson, Google, MIT, and The White House […]

Without question the Americans with Disabilities Act has been successful in removing barriers and making spaces more accessible. But for architects and builders, it’s often challenging to combine accessibility, functionality and aesthetics. Our Gridd® low profile access floor can help with that. Gridd offers imperceptible transitions that do not consume valuable space! Gridd’s standard ramps […]

Gridd low-profile access floor being installed at San Francisco (SFO) International Airport TSA Area Whole Building Design is a new way of thinking about how we design and construct buildings. The idea is to think about the building as a fully functioning system rather than the sum of various components.  Gridd®’s adaptive cable distribution system […]

‘Churn’ refers to the everyday moves, additions and changes that facilities experience on a regular basis. Active spaces like offices, classrooms, courtrooms and operations centers are constantly going through turnovers, reconfigurations and upgrades. Churn is a fact of life. And although you can’t predict precisely what changes will be in the future, you can be […]

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