The ARI Chrome Pedestal Award is given on occasion to someone who has been outstanding in their contribution to and support (ie the pedestal!) of the access floor industry. Past recipients have hailed from Tate, Irvine, Bloomberg, and Vanguard.
Todd Wilkens started with us in the ‘90s when we signed with the NY Carpenters.
Todd has been […]
Our BIM, CAD, and overall document Guru Kurt Robinson just returned from a multi year tour of Georgia, Texas, and Korea with his Army wife and proved to us that remote work works!!!
Follow link to article: https://www.inc.com/brian-de-haaff/3-ways-remote-workers-outperform-office-workers.html
Currently under construction in Newark, New Jersey the 20-story high-rise office building will house roughly 500,000 square feet of raised floor. It features a state of the art under floor air distribution (UFAD) system that will contribute to the projects goal of LEED Gold certification. Much of the UFAD systems infrastructure, including the under-floor plenum, […]
One Bryant Park in New York City is 54 stories high, 1,000,000 sf for Bank of America and 1,000,000 sf of fully developed space for tenants. Sustainability was the goal for the Durst organization: Leed Platinum was achieved by Cook and Fox Architects, JB&B Engineers, and Tishman Construction.
Tate Access Flooring is used as the platform […]
SAP’s first phase of their corporate headquarters used a 6” access floor for wiring throughout the 220,000 sf when completed by Gilbane in 2000.
SAP’s second phase, a near duplicate footprint of the first, was envisioned with sustainability in mind. Designed by FX Fowle and Flack and Kurtz, Gilbane was able to build and attain LEED […]