Project Spotlight: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Conference Tables

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"Please express our overwhelming appreciation for such beautiful craftsmanship! It far exceeded our expectations. ...we would be more than happy to speak to anyone interested in such a piece. We would even entertain in person visits as it is worth showing off."
- Captain Mike Simons, Jail Administrator

IPI would like to thank Jefferson County Sheriff's Office for the opportunity to custom design and manufacture two large conference tables to meet their large group needs. A single table of the size needed (18 feet long!) would have been too large to deliver and install, therefore the decision was made to manufacture two 42" x 108" conference tables that would fit together end-to-end. When placed together, the tables create a racetrack shape (wider in the middle and narrower at the ends) to allow better sight lines between users at opposite ends of the table. Sixteen chairs fit comfortably around the tables.

The custom tables are based off of IPI's standard Eldora Conference line, which features barnwood tops and unique steel bases. Jefferson County Sheriff's Office further customized their order by laser engraving the State of Iowa Sheriff's star on each table. The Eldora Conference line is manufactured in IPI's Fort Madison Furniture Shop with the metal bases coming from our Anamosa Metal Shop.

The conference space was finished by adding 24 Ames Upholstered Sled Base Chairs for seating. The wood frames of the chairs were stained to match the tables and provide a warm feel to the room. The sled bases slide easily of the carpet in the room, and the upholstered seats and backs provide plenty of comfort for long meetings.

Whether your organization has large or small conferencing needs, IPI has the ability to produce nearly any size or style of conference table; all custom quotes are provided at no charge. An array of seating options are available to complete your space. For more information, please contact a Sales Representative.

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