Architectural Systems

Quick Change Artists: Modular Architectural Systems

Change in business can happen fast, so creating flexible workspaces that adapt easily is becoming a modern office mandate. Modular systems and pods are a flexible alternative to fixed walls and other architectural features. Systems such as demountable walls or raised floors provide quick access to wiring and cabling, and facilitate changes easily. They provide tremendous versatility in reconfiguring workspaces without the costs or time associated with traditional construction. Today’s modular components for power, cabling, walls and lighting have found a new sweet spot between form, function and flexibility.

Architectural systems also provide the benefit of being made offsite. The process is faster and can be installed by one trade vs. multiple contractors. Architectural products can help control quality, speed of construction and mitigate the construction labor shortage seen in the market.


AFT is the integration of Architecture, Furniture and Technology. We believe that when these three disciplines are brought together early in the planning process, good things happen. Fewer errors occur, efficiency improves, and your stress goes down — because we handle EVERYTHING.

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Reuse, Refresh and Recycle

Flexibility and access aren’t the only advantages. Modular systems are 100% reusable so nothing winds up in a landfill. Compared to traditional methods, some modular systems can save time up to 30% for the initial build out, and are 50% faster to reconfigure. For endless layout possibilities, modular systems allow you to create exactly the floor plan you need. NBS offers a range of attractive, flexible, sustainable solutions that support organizations on the move including modular wall solutions, modular power and raised flooring.

NBS offers complete solutions including the integration and installation of a full range of interior architectural systems. We’re especially skilled in the installation of these features in occupied spaces where maintaining ongoing business processes is essential.