BioFit | BioFit Engineered Products, a globally recognized developer and manufacturer of ergonomic seating, tables and accessories, introduced its FBT series of fold & roll booths today. Developed in collaboration with award-winning designer Bruce Fifield, of Studio Fifield, Milan, Italy, the FBT series was created to meet education market demand for unique, versatile furnishing alternatives in learning, dining, and collaborative environments. The FBT series is made up of seven booths each consisting of a primary table surface, two benches with backs, a privacy partition, a steel frame and industrial grade locking casters. Individual configurations include four with low partitions to facilitate oversight of users, an overview of space, increased seating or training opportunities and interaction with occupants in the surrounding area. Specific low-partition models also include a “lift & lock” leaf option designed to meets the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements or a standard desk-height “lift & lock” deployable leaf. Three high-partition configurations providing added privacy are also available, including one model which accommodates monitors up to 32-inches for use with digital education aids or for hybrid learning. This model as well as other low- and high-partition models also offer onboard power connections for device charging and use of other electronics. The FBT series of fold & roll booths efficiently nest together for high density storage and are customizable with numerous options for laminate colors and logo imprinting. Like every BioFit table, FBT series booths are made in the U.S.A. All current configurations are patent-pending, and according to BioFit, additional models are planned.