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The college of LSA funds purchases of furniture for units under a number of circumstances (described below). Through Wolverine Access you can go to University Business, then to M-marketsite Browse Only. From there you will see a link to Steelcase and other furniture punch-outs that contains office furniture that conforms to LSA standards. If you are unsure of buildings standards or if you need information about furniture other than office furniture, such as casual seating or conference room furnishings contact your LSA Building Facilities Manager.
See the New Faculty Furniture Guidelines web page. Questions? Contact your LSA Building Facilities Manager.
Ergonomic Assessment & Equipment Ordering
See the Ergonomic Assessment & Equipment Ordering web page. Questions? Contact your LSA Building Facilities Manager.
The College will replace furniture that is damaged or no longer functional with existing or new furniture. Please ask for this in your Departmental Upgrades. On occasion, college staff will be sent out to inspect the item. Malfunctioning furniture is often under warranty and can be repaired or replaced. Contact LSAfirstname.lastname@example.org for warranty questions.
Remodeling or Construction Projects
Furniture is often needed as a result of remodeling projects or moves due to major construction projects. The need for such furniture should be worked out with your Facilities Manager and the Director of Facilities during the planning phase. This furniture is typically funded by LSA Facilities & Operations and ordered by Interior Design in cooperation with the unit.
The College supports reasonable accommodations of furniture and/or accessories needed for people with disabilities, including repetitive stress injuries. A doctor's note is often required. Contact LSA Facilities with these requests. More information on physical accommodations can be found at U-M OSEH web page.
Substantial furnishings for new initiatives or for improvements to space such as office areas, teaching labs, and lounges should be sent to Robert Johnston, Director of Facilities and Operations, for consideration during the annual budget planning period. Please list and rank all programmatic needs and forward to the Office of Facilities and Operations no later than January 31st of each year.