Take Your Personnel Organization and Security to the Next Level
With the growing popularity of creative workspaces, open office layouts, and office hoteling, day lockers for employees are the latest in office innovations. Ideal for commercial and residential workspaces, these beautiful laminate and wood lockers utilize identification technology to take team member organization and security to the next level.
In addition to corporate use, day lockers are also a popular choice for offices, board and meeting rooms, and employee break and changing spaces within healthcare, government, public safety, library, and education environments.
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Day Locker Design Features
From architectural firms to banks, business owners are choosing day lockers for employee-accessible storage. Manufactured by Hamilton Sorter, leaders in modular casework design, these lockers feature durable laminate cabinetry in various colors and hardware options to compliment your office design.
Their aesthetic appeal means they don’t have to stay hidden from office visitors and clients; many workplaces feature them “front of house” and in office reception spaces as a unique addition to their space. With the help of the storage experts at Bradford Systems, day lockers can be configured and customized into various widths, depths, and heights, fitting seamlessly into your current space.
Digital Lock Technology
Employee lockers ensure the complete safety of your team’s personal belongings. Using state-of-the-art digital locking devices, these lockers feature an identification card technology system to keep everything — winter coats, confidential files, work computers — 100% secure. The digital lock system is fully programmable by a master key, making it the perfect solution for workplaces who have employees drop in for a few days of training or to work on an account.
Grant Thornton Office Redesign
Bradford Systems teamed up with Grant Thornton, one of the world’s leading organizations in independent audit, tax, and advisory firms, to reimagine their Manhattan and Chicago offices using modular casework design.