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Groupwork 120in Rectangular Conference Table by Steelcase

Our Price: $ 2,610.00
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Groupwork 120in Rectangular Conference Table by Steelcase

Our Price: $ 2,610.00
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Groupwork Rectangular Conference Table, 120" or 144"
by Steelcase

At A Glance:
Comfortably accommodating up to 10-12 people, this Steelcase rectangular conference table is the right size for any type of informal meeting space or conference room. Heavy metal round disc bases provide stability while a stylish two-piece laminate top with 3mm edge band easily withstands the rigors of everyday use.

What's To Like:
This a good-sized conference table. I mean, 10' long? that's big. It'll fit all your people easily. Bonus: this conference table is solid as a rock.

What's Not to Like:
This is a heavy conference table. Get your gumption up before you move it. Also, the 120" laminate top is actually two pieces set together rather than one seamless piece.

The Bottom Line:
The Groupwork 120" conference table is perfectly suited for any conference room, and the pedestal bases mean that you won't be constrained in how many people you can crowd around it, if need be.


  • 120" dimensions: 28.5" h x 120" w x 48" d
  • 144" dimensions: 28.5" h x 144" w x 48" d
  • Rectangular MDF conference table top
  • 120" table comfortably seats up to 10 people
  • 144" table comfortably seats up to 12 people
  • Sturdy round metal disc bases for stability
  • 2-piece laminate tabletop finish with 3mm edge banding
  • 10 year limited warranty

Please Note:

Many commercial grade tables do not feature perfectly-aligned drill hole patterns (aka pilot hole) between their tops and leg brackets. This is standard for commercial office furniture because many different legs can work with any given table top, so only one or two holes align but the rest often do not.

Holes need to be drilled to secure the leg. An impact driver is typically the best tool for the job, though a standard drill or screwdriver can work as well.