Union Doors Installs Phone Booths at Cambridge Innovation Center.
The Cambridge Innovation Center realized the need for privacy.
Sure there is no longer a need to make a call using a public pay phone, but the need for quiet space to make a cell phone call is in demand.
For those millennial who have only seen phone booths in movies or the time traveling TARDIS from the long running BBC television program Dr Who will now have the opportunity to not only see one first hand but to use one at Cambridge Innovation Center.
It was CIC’s forward thinking on servicing a need to provide dedicated real estate for tenants, visiting vendors and staff to make a call with a modicum of privacy without having to duck into a conference room, go outdoors or find a corner in the waiting area. This effort by the CIC considerably cuts down on the disruptive nature a public call can have on others in the vicinity.
Perhaps, one of the many brilliant tech companies at CIC will be inspired to develop a form of time travel to go along with the fresh new booths.
Union Doors was brought in to install Horton manual folding doors for each phone booth at the CIC.
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