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Our 70th Anniversary Series Continues!

COFCO: 1946 - 2016

David Einstein's Dream Part 3

Building solid. Building strong. David takes COFCO to the next level during the 1960's.

David's Dream Part 3

In ‘David’s Dream Part 3’ we’ll tell you about how David grew COFCO, establishing it as a trusted vendor in the Philadelphia area. It was a time during which the American Dream flourished and COFCO grew stronger by the day!

1960's: The Dawn of the Age of the Cubicle


It's the 1960's and open plan is displaced by a desire for more privacy:

Today’s cubicle concept that we all love to hate was initially seen as an escape from the watchful eyes of management. While the open plan concept was intended to promote collaboration and decrease office space costs, it was seen by employees as continual surveillance. The privacy of cubicles was welcomed. But, they were not the cubicle we know today...in fact there were some surprising features we consider innovative today!

Standing desks in the first "Action Office" - the forerunner of today's cubicles was a futuristic innovation only truly appreciated today
The "Action Office II" bore more similarities to today's office designs than the cubicles we've come to know over the past few decades


It's 2016 and cubicles have changed again...

Walls have come down, privacy is balanced with open line-of-sight, individual spaces are interspersed with collaborative spaces...


A place where you feel at home

by HON

You spend a significant time at work. You should feel as comfortable as you do at home.

life work balance


FLOCK with dual fabric by HON

Project Update

Project Update: Houston Corporate Office Installation:

COFCO recently completed a three-floor corporate office building installation in the industrial section of Houston, TX.

Renee Pepsin

COFCO is pleased to announce the addition of Renee Pepsin to our sales and marketing team. On March 28th Renee took on the role of Strategic Relationship Specialist, a newly created position that will focus primarily on building relationships within the A&D and broker communities. Renee has worked as a senior designer at a highly respective design firm and a leading brokerage company and is very well known within these communities. Her experience will be invaluable as she shapes her role at COFCO. “As COFCO continues to grow and thrive, the need for someone to focus on our relationship with architects, designers and brokers has become necessary,” said VP of Business Development Dean Molz. “We believe that Renee will be the perfect person for this task and will also great addition to the COFCO team.”

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