The most important advantage to large corporate offices is the ability to add more workstations at any time while maintaining the same product look and feel. Currently most of the office premises are on lease due to constant expansion plans. Modular office furniture enables the client to relocate to new premises while keeping the same furniture. Modular office furniture also looks and feels better than fixed furniture since furniture details are better worked out due to advantages of mass production. Now the biggest disadvantage is the quality of core material. Almost all manufacturers use particle board for the manufacture of modular office furniture. This is a low density and weak material compared to regular plywood. This causes the furniture joints to loosen up in the course of time and maintenance can be a very frequent issue. The alternative is to ask the manufacturer to use MR grade plywood instead of particle board to help the furniture last long. Your interior designer can help you prepare a set of detailed modular office furniture drawings and the contractor could get the entire modular furniture made in plywood at a slightly higher cost. This can ensure that you have all the benefits of modular office furniture without the major disadvantages.