This is what a cable management floor
looks like during install
The other day, I posted a picture of a car driving over an access floor panel, and the first comment from Interior Design Community wasn't how cool it was, or surprise at how strong it was, but rather "what is the point of the flooring and what is it used for?"
(Thanks +Art-Faux Design & Painting Inc)
I totally missed the opportunity to explain what it all meant!
So to answer his question, cable management floor is a "special" type of access floor that is only a few inches high, has built in cable trenches and electrical/data floor boxes.
It's used in all sorts of buildings, from offices to libraries to command centers. It frees up floor-ceiling height and makes arranging the fixtures/desks/cubicles much easier.
It's part of the infrastructure that let's the architects and designers work their magic without worrying about cables and wires.
For a comparison of the 2 types of access flooring: http://www.netfloorusa.com/low-profile-cable-management-access-floor-vs-traditional-access-floor
Thanks :) #NetfloorUSA #AccessFloor