Steel and Concrete Conference Tables – Design and Fabrication by Designs by Rudy

The designing process of every single one of my steel and concrete conference tables usually begins with finding a seed, an element characteristic to your brand, something that when incorporated into your table’s design, will make it uniquely special and give it its soul.

While steel base elements and concrete top conference table slabs dominate my designs, wood, glass, and other materials can be also incorporated into those projects. Conference table top can be made from steel, sheets of glass, concrete slabs, wood, or their combination.

Company logo usually finds its way into the table’s top center section but asymmetrical designs give concrete conference room tables more personality.

You will always work with me (Darek aka “Rudy”) on a project and the design process is not complete until you love it. Typical lead time on a concrete conference table fabrication (excluding its design process) is 6-8 weeks.

Each concrete conference table project brings new challenges but rewards with a fully assembled piece of gorgeousness… yeah, I’m selfishly proud of my designs, in a good way I hope!  I designed and currently fabricating this 20′ long by 5′ wide “monster” concrete conference table for Northbank Civil & Marine in Vancouver, WA. The table evolved from a little more complex design… Read more…

This steel and concrete boardroom table was a first design I created for Northbank Civil and Marine Inc., a construction company from Vancouver, WA. The final design of this conference room table has changed significantly but I didn’t want to waste this original concept, maybe you’d like to have it adopted for your company… or your cozy dining room. The top frame of this concrete… Read more…

This time I was presented with two-tables design challenge. A boardroom table and a coffee / lobby sitting area table for NAC, North America Construction (1993) Ltd. and NAC Constructors Ltd (1996) based in Canada. It seams like that’s my country of choice for large concrete and steel table designs, of course thanks to Hammertown Industrial Furniture in Canada . They already started… Read more…

Another boardroom table design I finished recently, this time for the Hamilton District Christian High School in Hamilton, Ontario, CA. The table is currently being handcrafted by Drew Neven & Steven Voortman from the Hammertown Industrial Furniture in Canada. I call it a “Happy Table”, don’t you think it looks HAPPY? Boardroom table’s top frame consists of 2″x 2″ steel angle, and… Read more…

This is my fifth conference room table design, and a first local fabrication. It was partially done in my studio and by Weltz Custom Metal Designs, a couple of artisans specializing in blacksmithing and welding. An entire top of this 16 feet long and 6 feet wide table is made out of 5 concrete slabs set inside steel frames. The two outside sections have curved steel frame corners and the… Read more…

This is my second conference room table design which will be handcrafted entirely by Drew Neven & Steven Voortman from the Hammertown Industrial Furniture in Canada. Boardroom table’s entire top will be made from solid wood planks divided with steel plates, top and bottom sections filled with contrasting wood species. Table’s top supporting frame consists of I-Beams and… Read more…

A couple of months ago I was asked by Hammertown Industrial Furniture, a company building custom and concrete furniture in Hamilton, Canada, for some concrete conference table design ideas. That’s how this signature board room table (renderings below) designated for the primary meeting space at a new site of CLAC (Christian Labour Association of Canada) was born. CLAC… Read more…

Concrete conference table “Mixed” combines 3 basic geometric shapes. This table is made out of 1″ thick fiber reinforced concrete slabs. No matter how big your meeting room is, this concrete conference table can be constructed to fit into it perfectly. You will also appreciate table’s unique design which allows its individual elements to be transported separately… Read more…

Thanks to the concrete table‘s unique design its individual elements can be transported separately and assembled on site. One thing you need to take under consideration is the weight of your concrete conference table, at one inch thick slab profile (top and base) each square foot of concrete weights approximately 10-12 lb’s. Additional weight will come from the steel railing… Read more…

Concrete conference table “Sliced” is the third of my geometric series. The same material – top and base elements are made out of 1″ thick fiber reinforced concrete. Can be customized to perfectly fit into any size conference room. Thanks to the concrete table’s unique design its individual elements can be transported separately and assembled on site. One thing you need to take under consideration… Read more…

Concrete conference table “Triangles” design is a first one in geometric series. Top and base elements are made out of 1″ thick fiber reinforced concrete. This custom-designed concrete conference table can be fabricated to fit any room, no matter how big it is. Thanks to its unique, sectional design, small elements can be transported individually and assembled on site which often presents a challenge… Read more…

Concrete conference table “Circles” continuous geometric series. Top and base elements are made out of 1″ thick fiber reinforced concrete. Like my other concrete conference table designs this one will be also made to fit perfectly into your meeting room. Thanks to the concrete table‘s unique design its individual elements can be transported separately and assembled on site. One thing you need to take under… Read more…

Looking for a custom boardroom table?

Please contact me if you’d like to have a unique table designed and build to fit your particular environment. Whether you need a conference room table, office desk, or maybe your dinning room table, if you like my table designs, I’m sure I can create and build one for you.


Darek @ (847) 281-5131


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