Cool Digs: MidPoint Technology expands into new Howard County office as its team grows – Baltimore Business Journal – Baltimore Business Journal

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Technical services firm MidPoint Technology Group opened its new Howard County office in April 2020 — just as the Covid-19 pandemic hit Maryland.
Suffice to say, the space wasn’t used to its full potential as soon as the company had hoped. But since employees have returned to in-person work, some of the office’s coolest features have had an opportunity to shine.
Why did Midpoint move into a larger office?
The company needed more space considering we are growing at such a rapid pace!
What makes the office “cool”?
The office is equipped with a personal gym for employees to use, as well as two “break rooms” — kitchens with full-sized (and mini) fridges, Keurigs and more.
Another cool aspect of the office is that each conference and meeting room is named after major cities on the East Coast: Baltimore Room, D.C. Room and the New York Room.
Does the office have any artwork on display?
The office features multiple photographs that have been done by MidPoint. This is just to highlight the broad range of work that the company does, and to show off some of the cool work that has been done.
There are also pictures of Baltimore that play up how and where the company started — in a Baltimore rowhome! There is a picture of the rowhome upon entry to the office which is very special and sentimental.
What colors and styles are used in the design?
The office has nice orange and gray accents, which are MidPoint’s colors. There are orange accent walls by our kitchen, while the rest of the office remains relatively neutral with some occasional orange accents. Throughout the office, there are TV walls that display different information about the company and team.
What are the employee workspaces themselves like?
Every office employee has their own 6-foot by 8-foot cubicle with two computer monitors (not including a laptop), filing cabinets and more. The work areas remain cleaned and sanitized daily.
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