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Sustainable Commercial Flooring: The Big Picture
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Recently, I read an article from Lisa P. Jackson, Apple’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives, on the company’s sustainability portfolio. Apple has partnered with the Conservation Fund and purchased over 36,000 acres of forests in the Eastern U.S.—more than 32,000 of which is in Maine. It makes you think why is Apple, a technology company already doing great sales worldwide, buying...

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WHY Another Green Building Certification Program?
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WELL Building—the name itself is very intriguing and makes you want to take notice. This is exactly what is happening in the industry, where along with environmental impact, health and wellness has taken equal importance. You might wonder what relation do health and buildings have—health is more related to the food you eat and exercise you do. But the built environment can and does...

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Expand Your Boundaries NeoCon 2016
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  Martin Lesjak explains the design concept for our NeoCon 2016 showroom as “a vision of transformative atmosphere, providing a multifunctional and flexible open space.”  Customers will experience this transformation in suite 377 during our industry’s largest 3-day event.   NeoCon 2016 at Mohawk Group will be taking flooring to a new level of design versatility. Our NeoCon showroom has gone from Floors That Move You to...

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What Design Trends Are Influencing Education Interiors?
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Royce Epstein, director of design segment at Mohawk Group, weighs in on design trends that are influencing today’s education interiors. Royce’s extensive professional career includes more than 20 years in interior design. In her role at Mohawk Group, Royce shares her passion and vision for design, cultural trends and the meaning of materials in a broad context. Constantly on the watch for new trends in...

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Green Buildings Make Us Smarter And Our Businesses More Profitable
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All of us know intuitively that fresh air in buildings is better for people.  But did you know that it makes us smarter and our businesses more profitable? The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has released their results of breakthrough research entitled: Associations of Cognitive Function Scores with Carbon Dioxide, Ventilation, and Volatile Organic Compound Exposures in Office Workers: A Controlled Exposure Study...

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