How to assemble steelcase cubicles

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How to assemble steelcase cubicles
Steelcase makes wall partitions that can be assembled into cubicles. (Empty Office Cubical image by TekinT from Fotolia.com)

Steelcase Inc. builds wall partitions for creating office cubicles or privacy walls. Steelcase's wall partitions come in several different materials and finishes to match your specific tastes. The wall partitions are sold individually, but can be assembled into a design that meets the needs of your office and work environment. The partitions are attached together by interlocking hinges on each side of the partitions. Installation requires only one hand tool, but an extra pair of hands wouldn't hurt.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Adjustable wrench
  • Partitions
  • Nuts and bolts
  • Hinges

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Plan your cubicle layout.

  2. 2

    Place each wall where it will be standing.

  3. 3

    Attach the cubicle wall interlocking hinges to the holes at the top, middle and bottom of each wall with bolts and nuts, using an adjustable wrench.

  4. 4

    Hook the interlocking hinges together in the planned cubicle design. This is done easily by you and a helper. If you're working alone, lay the wall partitions on the floor for assembly, then stand the partitions up.

  5. 5

    Tighten the interlocking hinge bolts to secure the walls together using an adjustable wrench.

  6. 6

    Run the electrical and telephone wires through the wire management system at the bottom of the cubicles.

  7. 7

    Move all furniture and electronics into the cubicles according to the planned design. This includes shelves and lighting.

Tips and warnings

  • Steelcase furnishes the nuts, bolts and interlocking hinges, but having extra parts will help if a part is misplaced during assembly.

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