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Reception Desk Dimensions

Reception Desk Dimensions

The issue of ‘reception’ has changed from a typical function for every office-based business from corporate headquarters to DMV clerk to a begrudging necessity for those who can’t eliminate the receptionist. Baring elimination, combining job functions becomes the next step. Some of the solutions are to use a security person to also greet and direct people, or place a clerk or secretary at the reception counter.If you find that a reception counter is needed, the first decision is to determine the full role of that person. From that determination, the next step is to decide on the size of the station and the height that is desirable. Rarely is the reception counter 36″ high because this would require the clerk to sit on a stool; or, if the clerk side is 30″, then the client is looming over the clerk. The stool or the ‘looming’ is always a deal breaker. 30″ is always desirable for the clerk side. The degree of customization is always an early decision to resolve. Systems furniture can provide both customization and changeability. Haworth and Herman Miller offer very attractive systems solutions. In a prestigious setting where interaction with the receptionist is brief, a desk or table (with modesty panel) is a good solution. Telephone reception is the only other job function that is easy to combine with this station without ruining the effect. Because of that, the 30″ reception counter is used less and less, except for any portion of the counter that needs to be accessible per ADA.The more common solution is to provide a 30″ counter height on the clerk side and a 42″ high transaction counter on the client side. (See this Detail) The 42″ height offers decent screening for the equipment and cables that would otherwise be exposed to view and tinkering. The transaction counter works best if it is 14″ deep, which allows paperwork to be easily handled. A two or three inch difference between the edge of the transaction counter and the base board prevents the client from kicking the counter as they move close. This recess can be provided in the toe space or in the overhang of the transaction counter or both.One other configuration that can be used is a raised platform on the clerk side. A 12″ high platform places the client side at 42″. This creates a comfortable eye-to-eye arrangement with the clerk seated at a 30″ counter and the client standing. (See example)The finishes of the counter can be almost anything – plastic laminate, solid laminates, solid surface material, wood, stone, etc.A few other things to consider are the flooring that will get the most wear at the clerk stations, electronic equipment placement and wiring needs.You might also consider an unmanned station using a flat screen display for greetings, logo, company news and a CCTV link to a behind the scenes workstation(s). Years ago Fidelity Investments used a kiosk for guests at one of its regional offices. You logged in and were directed to the appropriate floor where you were greeted by an escort. I think that is what the future reception process will look like.
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Reception Desk Dimensions

Also in this section Housing Options UndergraduateDouglass Houghton HallMcNair HallWadsworth HallHillside PlaceDaniell HeightsHonors HouseGraduate and FamilyGuest RoomsShort Term Housing Wadsworth Hall Wadsworth Hall Information Building Information Wadsworth Hall (Wads) is the largest hall on campus at one-quarter-mile long and five stories high, with approximately 1,050 beds available for assignment. Reception Desk Services Mail service for students and staff Check out: sports equipment, board games, basic tool kits, kitchen equipment and utensils, vacuums for student use Cash/change exchange up to $20 Room key check-out for lost or misplaced room keys Sell meal passes for the dining hall in Wadsworth Wads Desk phone #906-487-4600 Amenities Each hall has its own collection of dining halls, student lounges, and a reception desk. Select any of the additional services below for a description and more information. Fitness Rooms For the fitness enthusiast, each hall has a fitness room, well-equipped with aerobic and weight training equipment. All residence hall students can join the Quad Core Fitness Club for a nominal fee. Game Rooms The game rooms offer a variety of recreational equipment from pool tables to arcade games. Equipment is provided and may be checked out at the Reception Desks. Laundry Rooms Laundry rooms are conveniently located in each hall. Housing & Residential Life provides and maintains washers free of charge for all residents. Dryers are also provided at a cost of twenty-five cents per cycle. Music Rooms Wadsworth Hall has a music room where students may play their instruments. A piano is also located in this room. Study Areas Many areas, specifically designated for studying, are located in each residence hall. A quiet environment is observed there at all times. Kitchenettes Kitchenettes provide a place for students to make anything from a light snack to a gourmet meal. Each is furnished with a stove, microwave, sink and refrigerator. Wadsworth hall has fourteen kitchenettes that are strategically located on each floor throughout the building. Bike Storage Residents have the opportunity to store their bikes in hall storage over the winter. Between the damaging weather and snow plows, most students use this free storage option as opposed to hauling their bike home with them over breaks. Computer Connections Computing at Michigan Techis available in many places and in many ways. Each major has computing facilities with the hardware and software that are available to you through your computing fee. Many students bring their own desktop or laptop computer. ResTech is Michigan Tech’s residence hall network that provides students with high-speed Internet access from the comfort of their rooms. A list of wireless Internet hotzones on campus is also available through RoverNet. Printers are available for residents to use on campus. For more information visit Residence Hall Printing. Cable TV Residence hall rooms have cable TV service provided by Michigan Tech. Included in the channel lineup is the Husky Movie Vision channel, which shows student-selected movies. Premium channels are also available by subscription. For further details, visit Telcom’s Television Services page. Furnishings The average room measures about 12 feet by 15 feet. A typical double room includes a bunk bed or loftable beds, chest of drawers, two desks, two study chairs, waste basket, and carpeting. Triple and quad rooms are furnished accordingly. All furnishings should be treated well and not removed from the room. Refrigerators Refrigerators are provided for residents that live in rooms with private baths in Wadsworth Hall. If you are not assigned to this area, you are welcome to bring a refrigerator with you, but it must not be larger than 25″ wide x 25″ deep x 35″ high. Linens for Bedding Since we do not furnish bed linens, you are encouraged to purchase linens prior to arrival. The standard mattress size is 36 inches by 80 inches. Extra-long twin sheets fit best. You are responsible for laundering your own linens. You may purchase all of your extra long bedding for residence hall linens online. Saunas Saunas are available for students in each residence hall. Hours for use are posted in the respective hall. Room Layouts 2-Person Wadsworth Room 2-Person with Bath Wadsworth Room
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Reception Desk Dimensions

Wadsworth Hall Wadsworth Hall Information Building Information Wadsworth Hall (Wads) is the largest hall on campus at one-quarter-mile long and five stories high, with approximately 1,050 beds available for assignment. Reception Desk Services Mail service for students and staff Check out: sports equipment, board games, basic tool kits, kitchen equipment and utensils, vacuums for student use Cash/change exchange up to $20 Room key check-out for lost or misplaced room keys Sell meal passes for the dining hall in Wadsworth Wads Desk phone #906-487-4600 Amenities Each hall has its own collection of dining halls, student lounges, and a reception desk. Select any of the additional services below for a description and more information. Fitness Rooms For the fitness enthusiast, each hall has a fitness room, well-equipped with aerobic and weight training equipment. All residence hall students can join the Quad Core Fitness Club for a nominal fee. Game Rooms The game rooms offer a variety of recreational equipment from pool tables to arcade games. Equipment is provided and may be checked out at the Reception Desks. Laundry Rooms Laundry rooms are conveniently located in each hall. Housing & Residential Life provides and maintains washers free of charge for all residents. Dryers are also provided at a cost of twenty-five cents per cycle. Music Rooms Wadsworth Hall has a music room where students may play their instruments. A piano is also located in this room. Study Areas Many areas, specifically designated for studying, are located in each residence hall. A quiet environment is observed there at all times. Kitchenettes Kitchenettes provide a place for students to make anything from a light snack to a gourmet meal. Each is furnished with a stove, microwave, sink and refrigerator. Wadsworth hall has fourteen kitchenettes that are strategically located on each floor throughout the building. Bike Storage Residents have the opportunity to store their bikes in hall storage over the winter. Between the damaging weather and snow plows, most students use this free storage option as opposed to hauling their bike home with them over breaks. Computer Connections Computing at Michigan Techis available in many places and in many ways. Each major has computing facilities with the hardware and software that are available to you through your computing fee. Many students bring their own desktop or laptop computer. ResTech is Michigan Tech’s residence hall network that provides students with high-speed Internet access from the comfort of their rooms. A list of wireless Internet hotzones on campus is also available through RoverNet. Printers are available for residents to use on campus. For more information visit Residence Hall Printing. Cable TV Residence hall rooms have cable TV service provided by Michigan Tech. Included in the channel lineup is the Husky Movie Vision channel, which shows student-selected movies. Premium channels are also available by subscription. For further details, visit Telcom’s Television Services page. Furnishings The average room measures about 12 feet by 15 feet. A typical double room includes a bunk bed or loftable beds, chest of drawers, two desks, two study chairs, waste basket, and carpeting. Triple and quad rooms are furnished accordingly. All furnishings should be treated well and not removed from the room. Refrigerators Refrigerators are provided for residents that live in rooms with private baths in Wadsworth Hall. If you are not assigned to this area, you are welcome to bring a refrigerator with you, but it must not be larger than 25″ wide x 25″ deep x 35″ high. Linens for Bedding Since we do not furnish bed linens, you are encouraged to purchase linens prior to arrival. The standard mattress size is 36 inches by 80 inches. Extra-long twin sheets fit best. You are responsible for laundering your own linens. You may purchase all of your extra long bedding for residence hall linens online. Saunas Saunas are available for students in each residence hall. Hours for use are posted in the respective hall. Room Layouts 2-Person Wadsworth Room 2-Person with Bath Wadsworth Room

Reception Desk Dimensions

Reception Desk Dimensions
Reception Desk Dimensions
Reception Desk Dimensions
Reception Desk Dimensions

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