Just 20 miles away, we were faced with the opposite dilemma. Here at InterWork, we decommission hundreds of offices per year, cleaning out and carting away thousands of desks, chairs, and other office assets no longer needed by our clients, but with plenty of life left to give. For decades, the industry relegated these assets to the landfill — but we wanted to do better.
Firing up an internet search last summer, our Head of Marketing, Patrick Diogenia, stumbled upon The Wardrobe’s website and picked up the phone. After talking through The Wardrobe’s mission and vision with Spizzirri, he knew an upcoming InterWork decommission project had the assets they needed to transform their space.
We believe that everyone — and everything — deserves a second chance. We’re glad that InterWork feels the same way.
Left: EcoWork, our industry-leading sustainability program, provides white-glove delivery to nonprofits including The Wardrobe. Right: The Wardrobe’s network of boutiques fight clothing insecurity and promote work readiness by outfitting clients at no cost.
Projects like this are part of EcoWork, our industry-leading sustainability program whose centerpiece is nonprofit partnerships. Our program goes well beyond industry standard: from help selecting furniture to white-glove delivery, EcoWork provides a complete suite of products and services to nonprofits, all at no cost.
With the decommission of a branch office of longtime client Guardian Insurance already underway, we acted fast to assist Spizzirri and Cole in reimagining their space, made possible with pieces including:
(6) Coat Hangers
(8) Guest Chairs
(10) Lobby Chairs