This transportation industry manufacturing company realized how imperative the role of furniture is in the workplace and how it could affect their employees’ well-being when planning for their new headquarters location in Southfield, Michigan. The company acted upon their realization by involving American Interiors and Knoll in their headquarters project two years prior to the project being completed. The AI/Knoll team worked in partnership with the head of HR, to design a workstation typical that was then introduced to the employees as a mock-up. This process was critical, encouraging employees to work/sit in the stations to test them out. An essential influence in the project was inviting Knoll’s change management team to assist in developing tools and facilitating the roll-out of new processes and standards for the headquarters facility. An aggressive project schedule was a deliverable; 4 furniture phases installed in less than 2 months! AI also coordinated the use of existing files, remanufactured files, and reallocating and refurbishing private office furniture. The headquarters project is a qualified example of the dedicated team and coordination that goes into a project awarded to American Interiors.