Chicago-based furniture provider Office Revolution, winner of Teknion’s prestigious Orion Award for excellence in sales, service, community involvement and customer satisfaction, has put down roots in Columbus at 551 S. Front Street in the Brewery District.

“We are delighted to have officially found our permanent office location in the heart of Columbus. Our expansion supports our company’s growth strategy and allows us to further expand our organization’s footprint into a city with a strong population and job growth. We are very excited to be able to better serve our clients, as the Columbus market alights perfectly with the people, products and approach of Office Revolution,” said Bernie Donaldson, Founding Principal, Office Revolution.

Office Revolution was founded in 2000 and earns around $70 million in annual revenue. There are 72 employees in Chicago and major clients include the Chicago Blackhawks, Glassdoor, the Chicago Cubs, Groupon, U.S. Foods and the new corporate headquarters for McDonald’s.

The company prides itself on providing a variety of office furniture brands to help clients create an office environment that best suits their needs, helping them and their team to be more productive and engaged.

Office Revolution augments its marquis brand with a collection of premier and value brands, including, Humanscale, Stylex, Allemuir, National, Nienkamper, Keilhauer, Halcon, SitOnIt, Compel and OFS. Office Revolution clients include Chicago Cubs, Chicago Blackhawks, Glassdoor, Groupon, Tempus, US Foods, and the new corporate headquarters for McDonald’s. But Office Revolution is no stranger to Ohio, having served local clients, including Citigroup, BMO Harris, McDonald’s, Information Resources, Coyote Logistics and Oak Street Health.

About Office Revolution: 

Office Revolution provides unique office space solutions and has the experience to help transform customers’ office design ideas into a space that helps them succeed. Their markets range from corporate to healthcare to amenity spaces, and everything in between.