PG&E Teller Stations
This project specific solution employed the use of woodgrain flooring on the face of the teller stations, Corian transaction ledges for both functional and aesthetic purposes, as well as Lexan panels to separate teller from customer, all while integrating modular components on the interior.
Renderings and production drawings were produced throughout this program to address the individual needs of each location.
The customer-facing portion of the teller lines were consistent for the entire program while the number of work stations within the facade varied per the number of employees at each location.
Some of the modular components were attached to the fascia before the solution shipped in order to create a more simple install.
We sent anywhere from 1 to 9 team members to the install location for each destination of this program depending on the site conditions and scope of work. The teller lines arrived in sections that were then connected and seamed before the remaining modular components were attached.
The result was a set of ergonomic, adaptable stations behind a modern, consistent aesthetic that was delivered to over 35 office locations in California.