1901: Furniture building begins with a Norman "Ébéniste” who emigrated from France to NZ
1959: His son Victor and grandson Trevor also become cabinet makers and grow the company
1969: They begin specialising in Commercial Furniture and win a 1,000,000 design mark for a desking range
1991: Operations expand to Australia with the first learning and conference furniture installed in Sydney
1997: Refining of desking and conference furniture ranges continue
2003: BCG applies for first patent application on award winning computer training desk
2005: BCG expands into Asia and opens a Hong Kong office
2010: First RFID tracking included in desking systems
2011: BCG patent the connect desking system
2012: BCG patent the connect computer training desk
The slideshow above shows a snapshot of our history from humble origins in France to New Zealand and beyond.
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