Nightmare Scenario #1 – Power and Data

Nightmare Scenario #1

You arrive at the office on Tuesday and notice an extension cord running from the lobby into the conference room. You follow the cord and find Pete, from facilities, standing over your new conference table with a running circular saw. He sees you and shouts that the boss needs a place to plug in his laptop and phone in meetings. Before you can say anything, he plunges the saw into the wood - and the table, weakened by the cut, collapses beneath him.

Well, that’s the wrong way to plan for your power and data needs.

What’s the right way?

Step 1: Figure out what you want in the table. Your IT department might have the answers about the power and network grid or you might be working with an outside contractor to design your AV systems. Either way, you’re going to come up with a list of plugs and locations that will work for you.

Step 2: Call us.

Wasn’t that easy? Yup, because we’re experts in designing tables that not only fit your room and look great but can handle whatever wiring scheme you can think of. Our flexible construction methods allow us to accommodate any kind or quantity of unit. Do you need to charge laptops, tablets, or cell phones? Do you need ports for projectors or microphones? Do you need videoconferencing capabilities? Gaming consoles, monitor lifts, mixing boards?

We can handle any new technology that comes on the market and even design the table so that the plugs can be switched out in the future when technology evolves. Don’t worry that your beautiful table will become obsolete – we’ll make sure that won’t happen.

Anything you can think of: we’ve done it.

Give us a call at 484.680.7102 and we can get your project started!

You can also email us at info@pauldowns.com

SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST! 

Gardner Denver Table Power and Data