Located in the Dulles Tech Corridor, we are a #womanowned dealership providing commercial office furniture solutions to businesses & organizations of all shapes and sizes.
Mammoth Office Furniture is a woman-owned small business located in the Dulles Tech corridor of Northern Virginia. We currently operate out of a 17,000+ square foot facility which incorporated the administrative office, showroom, and warehouse.
Our three-generation family business has served the commercial and local government community of the DC metro area since 1999 with 26,000 projects and 28,000,000+ square footage furnished since our inception. We offer comprehensive project management from concept to occupancy, including design & space planning as well as delivery & installation. All installation staff are full-time employees and have been with the company for a minimum of 12 years and are highly experienced in contract furniture assembly & care.
Our experienced sales & design team has worked with over 7,000 clients and have designed more than 3,200 CAD floorplans. We have a large selection of BIFMA Compliant, MAS Certified Green, LEED, Carb2, and GreenGuard certified products to suit any workplace need. Mammoth Office Furniture has sold & installed more than 15,800 systems furniture workstations over the years. We have expertise with modular furniture systems, training facilities, support facilities and access-controlled locations, reception & conference environments, private & executive office suites, as well as acrylic screen & divider placement. All of our installers also receive Mohawk Touch Up and Refurbish Training.
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