When you work with Herman Miller , you get a lot more than furniture. We design and develop solutions for workplaces that foster greater connection, creativity, productivity, and, ultimately, greater prosperity for all. For over 100 years, we've brought our insights on work and the workplace-as well as our emphasis on research, design, quality, innovation, and the environment-into our partnerships with customers. Together with our subsidiaries Nemschoff and Geiger, we provide a wide range of solutions for your workplace. Whether your world is an office, a school, or a hospital—Herman Miller works hard to create a better world around you.
Herman Miller and U.S. Communities provide the benefits of competitively bid, non-exclusive contracts. You'll get the best government pricing and simplified procurement. There is no cost to participate and the tedious bid process is eliminated. Best government price guarantee.
You will get industry leading products from Herman Miller and its subsidiaries Nemschoff and Geiger, along with a dedicated government dealer network specifically trained to support and assist you throughout the procurement process.
Tiered pricing for every product line; up to 40-70% discount off current list pricing.
Orders are placed with your local Herman Miller Authorized dealer. You can contact them directly and they will be happy to help you through the design, ordering and installation process. Working with your local dealer will ensure you have the proper ordering and pricing information.
If you are unable to determine how to place an order through one of our dealers, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free 1-866-322-0700 for prompt assistance.
You can find an authorized Herman Miller dealer using our dealer locator that can be found on HermanMiller.com.
Herman Miller offers a wide variety of office furniture products including:
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Purchase orders should be issued to your local Herman Miller authorized dealer (in their name) for products offered under the U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance agreement. Services are available from the local dealer directly in accordance with the U.S. Communities program pricing. The local selling dealer is responsible for typical order management, order acknowledgement, warranty/service and orientation functions.
Yes. Volume discounts are available for large quantity orders. Please contact your local Herman Miller authorized dealer for price quotes on large, multiple orders of the same item or product.
List prices include freight within the 48 contiguous United States. Shipments outside of the contiguous United States are shipped freight prepaid to point of embarkation with freight costs beyond that point are shipped collect.
There are no costs or fees to the local agency to participate.
Yes, nonprofit entities can use the program in addition to counties, cities, special districts, schools, universities and colleges, towns, villages, and state agencies.
Public agencies must register online at the U.S. Communities Web site to participate. There are no restrictions on the amount or size of a public agency order. Herman Miller, Nemschoff or your local authorized dealer can help you through the registration process. It is easy, quick and there is no obligation.
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Studies show people sit more than they sleep, so we've made it our mission to design the most comfortable ergonomic chairs on earth. Sit in ours, and we're confident you'll experience proper support that puts back pain and fatigue in your past. And don't forget about the other ways you can be kind to your body. Desks with a surface that moves with you, keyboard trays that tilt and swivel, you'll find our products help you thrive.
Public area seating and side chairs from Herman Miller, Nemschoff, and Geiger provide a range of design solutions that are durable and provide value to your organization.
In organizations around the world, the workforce is changing. The expectations of workers are changing. How work gets done is changing. Collaboration is increasingly seen as the primary means of generating better ideas faster, yet few spaces allow for it to occur naturally-and even fewer actively encourage it.
While workplace design is moving toward open, collaborative spaces, there is still a need for private offices and workspaces where people can go to focus, create, have confidential conversations or even collect their thoughts. Herman Miller wants to help you create workplaces that better support your people and promote engagement in their work.
Tables provide the modularity and flexibility that can be key to a well-designed workplace. Conference tables, training tables, height-adjustable table and occasional tables from Herman Miller, Geiger, and Nemschoff come in a variety of designs that make it easy to find the best table for your workspace. Herman Miller's sit-to-stand tables make moving from sitting to standing-and back again-a natural part of your day.
Movable, modular storage products that efficiently store work and personal items perform functions beside storage. These pieces can create boundaries and denote personal space and can serve as a place for people to gather and collaborate. Along with our modular storage products, our case goods are designed to work alongside our workstations and other storage solutions. Best of all, our storage solutions come in a range of designs and options to help you design a space that supports the work done by your team.
Technology is so much a part of our lives we often use it without thinking. We believe that for people to do their best work, technology should be human-centered, easy to use, and seamlessly integrated into every work space. Our accessories such as monitor arms, power/data access, personal lighting, and work tools for storage and privacy are designed with the goal of making work spaces and the technology used in those spaces more supportive, inviting, and flexible.
At Herman Miller, we understand people-how we think, how we create, and how we interact. We use this knowledge, along with insights from leading designers, to help you create learning environments that harness the innate motivations of faculty and students. We believe people, pedagogy, and place are essential elements of impactful learning spaces. When they are considered and combined in the right ways, the possibilities are nearly endless.
Change is a constant on today's campus. It's occurring in classrooms, libraries, residence halls, and is the very nature of learning and teaching. As this change accelerates, campus spaces continue to play a key role in attracting and keeping students and projecting a school's spirit, culture, and image.
Herman Miller works closely with college and university leaders to address change on campus. We have since the 1970s. Our problem-solving, research-driven approach keeps us in tune with the evolving trends and issues and the leaders charged with addressing them. Every solution we present considers the type of pedagogy taking place today-and beyond-to create learning spaces that respond to changes in teaching and learning.
Learning can happen anywhere, from corridor spaces to outdoor settings to casual lounge areas. No matter the space, it can benefit from versatile furnishings that allow students and faculty the freedom to learn and teach in ways that are effective, and feel natural and comfortable.
As teaching and learning styles evolve, traditional classrooms are becoming more flexible and supportive of collaboration. Our solutions allow students and faculty to easily work together in the ways that suit them best-both virtually and in person. We believe that the right mix of surroundings, furnishings, and tools can elevate the learning experience. To help you achieve this, we've curated a set of products that work especially well in environments where people learn and teach.
Developed with the world's leading designers, our furniture offers unparalleled variety and choice to support the diverse activities of faculty and administrators. From performance seating that supports body and mind to adaptive solutions that enable dynamic environments for interaction and productivity, these designs help you create workspaces that really work.
At Nemschoff, we’re a team-oriented company devoted to making high-quality furniture since 1950. Our business was built upon the principles that people make a difference, things should be built to last, and design can improve the way we live and work-ideas we still hold today. Since becoming a part of the Herman Miller family in 2009, Nemschoff is even stronger, and we’re proud to offer a comprehensive portfolio of products for public spaces in learning environments and not for profit organizations.
What makes Nemschoff an industry leader? It’s not just our comprehensive product offering or our many best-in-class solutions. It’s a unique combination of experience, insights, skills, and a willingness to try new ideas.
We combine Nemschoff’s commitment to research, design and craftsmanship with Herman Miller’s research-led approach to deliver inventive designs based in ergonomic expertise. We balance this commitment to design with lean manufacturing and hand-tailored details to deliver outstanding value.
Product designs and finish palettes are both coordinated and complementary to create well-balanced, dynamic environments. Even with the industry's most extensive portfolio, we're still happy to help our customers by tailoring custom solutions for unique needs outside of our standard offering. Our passion is to listen and learn, and put our experience to work for you.
Nemschoff’s healthcare solutions are proudly made in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, a community where furniture craftsmanship spans multiple generations.
We back all of our products with our Limited Lifetime Warranty--a promise we can stand by thanks to our unique combination of materials, multi-step processes, and high-quality construction. Our methods have evolved from over 60 years of experience, resulting in superior long-term comfort and durability.
Nemschoff is committed to choosing materials, suppliers, and processes that reduce our environmental impact, and we strive for continuous improvement in everything we do.
For additional information on Nemschoff, call 800-203-8916.
At Geiger, why we do things and how we do them are inexorably one. This commitment to craft was first made in 1964 in the four-person workshop of our founder, master cabinetmaker John Geiger. His drive for absolute quality found its perfect expression in the 1980s through our collaboration with Ward Bennett, whose characteristic minimalism defined the pinnacle of corporate design. Today, Geiger creates environments designed to deliver an exceptional experience.
John Geiger was born in Germany at the height of the Bauhaus. In the aftermath of World War II, he attended university in Bremen where he studied to become a master cabinetmaker. As a young man in his 20s, he emigrated from Germany to Canada where he continued to apprentice for a few years before establishing his own four person custom woodworking shop in Toronto in 1964.
To complement the shop's custom work, Geiger began developing standard lines of office furnishings, which reflected the influence of German modernism: an absence of ornamentation, a willingness to embrace mass production methods, and a harmonic balance of form and function. John Geiger's mastery of craft was matched by his integrity in business; keeping a promise to a client meant everything to him. His drive for reliability and perfection helped build and sustain the company's reputation as a leading provider of fine wood furniture through the 1960s and '70s.
In 1980, the company relocated to Atlanta where it occupied a factory established by John Geiger's brother. Over the course of that decade, Geiger entered into a design partnership with Ward Bennett. At the time-and as it remains today-Bennett's name was synonymous with timelessness and opulent minimalism, and his interiors defined the pinnacle of corporate design in his era. His initial collection of 20 chair and table designs for Geiger received international acclaim and helped reshape the perception of the company as a design leader. The 1993 acquisition of Brickel Associates, for whom Bennett served as the sole designer, gave Geiger access to a substantial archive of Bennett designs, many of which have since been reissued.
In 1999, Geiger joined Herman Miller, whose human-centered approach to workplace design, Living Office, naturally aligns with the strengths of Geiger products to contribute to environments that deliver an exceptional experience.