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What Was This School’s Fastest Way To A New Floor?
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Evansville-Vanderburgh Schools, the second largest school system in Indiana, has plenty of students—22,000 of them—and plenty of spaces with varying flooring needs. But, like all school districts, it is always short on time and money. “We have 5 million square feet of building,” said Pat Tuley, CFO. “We have a lot of needs in terms of carpeting and flooring, and we know, since we’re not going to have money to replace carpet every 10 or...

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Charging Up The Learning Environment
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Based in and around Houston, Texas, San Jacinto College has a history of using innovative methods to support student success. In the renovation of two of its libraries, the college sought to infuse the buildings with this same energy and support. Designed by Gensler Houston renovations were certainly needed to update systems and infrastructure, but more than that, they were needed to create “a...

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5 Reasons to Choose Duracolor
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Are you familiar with our Duracolor nylon fiber? It’s forever stain free, forever sustainable and forever beautiful, guaranteed. Read on to find out the 5 reasons why you should consider Duracolor when selecting your next product: Made with 30% recycled content: 25% pre-consumer & 5% post-consumer No Chemicals required: 96% of all common stains clean with just water Declare Red List Free: Duracolor fiber is Declare...

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Nordstrom Rack in NYC Gets a Floor Lift!
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Well, every beautiful rack of clothes deserves an amazing floor as its accessory, right? Nordstrom Rack at the Skyview Mall in Flushing, NY (Queens) was recently updated using Ground Strata II  carpet in the custom color Nordic Sky along with Hot & Heavy, from our luxury vinyl tile (LVT) collection in the Bolder pattern. With a 20+ year history with Mohawk Group, Nordstrom’s Store Planning team worked directly with Account...

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LinkedIn: Building Design from the Floor Up
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  The newly leased Sunnyvale, California office of LinkedIn Corporation is shaped like a giant cruise ship. A 5-story building, 125,000 square feet and large, oddly shaped floorplates, the challenge was to maintain a consistent branded look throughout the entire building while changing the look on each floor. In this case, flooring was used as wayfinding as well as a design element that expressed...

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