Call Center work is normally straightforward and routine. Sheer magnitude, occupying tenant requirements and coordination with and between the occupying and adjacent tenants are a few of the primary challenges. Magnitude: Cube farms typically cover thousands of square feet of space and require a substantial amount of circuitry for lighting and power. Different styles of modular furniture often require different wiring configurations. Projects are often staged by creating “swing spaces”. Employees move from one area to another as the different stages of construction are completed. After moving, the wiring starts in the recently vacated area. Circuits feeding “under-floor” require work in suites that are occupied by other tenants. Coordinating the work in an adjacent space is necessary to avoid any conflict with, or interruption of, another tenant’s operations. Examples of these other tenants are medical providers and banks. Off-hours for disruptive work are needed in many instances.