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Smaller offices are a way businesses look to reduce overhead by maximizing their square footage and creating open lines of sight by using glass.JOHN STENNES/GRAND FORKS HERALD

Offices are turning toward smaller workstations, furniture companies say

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FARGO — As the way we work changes, so have our work spaces.

Largely, they’ve gotten smaller.

“We’re seeing a much smaller footprint each year, whether it be in an office setting or a workstation setting,” said Roger Christianson, president and owner of Christianson’s Business Furniture in Fargo.

Lori Wambach, a furniture sales consultant with Brown & Saenger in Fargo, said she’s seen workstations shrink from 8-by-8-feet to 6-by-6, or smaller.

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John Hageman
John Hageman covers local business and Grand Forks' legislative delegation. Get more business news at aroundtown.areavoices.com. 
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