Workscapes sells Miami office, focusing on Tampa operations

Workscapes sold its Miami office to WRK Lab Inc., and will move its corporate headquarters to Tampa, effective January 1.

Workscapes, owned by Elizabeth and Richard Dvorak, will continue to operate its four office locations in Florida.

“We are excited about the future for Workscapes in the State of Florida and believe that our customers will benefit with our focus in Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, and Fort Myers,” said Richard Dvorak. “We also are excited for our clients for the past 18 years in South Florida to work with WRK Lab which is locally owned and operated serving the South Florida Market with Herman Miller for the future.”

All of Workscapes existing clients in Miami will transition to WRK Lab, which will remain in Doral, Florida.

Workscapes is a full-service office dealership offering furniture, architectural products and space planning.

As a Herman Miller certified network dealer and DIRTT partner, Workscapes represents more than 250 manufacturers of office furniture.

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