Over the years, the office has certainly changed. Unless you’ve recently emerged from an underground vault, the current emphasis on creating healthier workplaces certainly isn’t a surprise. As a society we’ve really come to embrace this idea — that healthier, happier employees are better employees. Everyone wins.
We all spend a lot of our time walking in and out of buildings. And like other things we do all the time, it stands to reason that most of us have probably stopped paying attention. Our goal today is to help relieve the boredom of going in and out of all those buildings and give you something to pay attention to.
Think about the spaces you’ve spent time in today. What were your impressions? Maybe you liked the furniture and the layout of an office you were in this morning because it felt so comfortable. Later you were in a room with three skylights, and they made the space seem expansive. Wood surfaces and plants give your favorite lunch spot a cozy, natural ambiance. But after that you went to see your client with the very cramped lobby — also you always notice how it’s just too bright in there. It’s not your favorite place to visit.
Innovative soft and resilient flooring solutions set new design and functionality expectations in NeoCon showroom 11-1149
New flooring projects can be won or lost over a matter of cents.
But with extensive floor prep and moisture management a necessary prerequisite on many projects, it can be next-to-impossible to outbid your competitors. Even if you could, there's a significant risk that money saved on moisture management and installation could bring with it the increased risk of total flooring failure.
Thankfully, there's a reliable solution. Here are three ways dealers can win more business with Milliken.
Before you start work on your next commercial project, it’s important to understand the flooring you specify will impact your client’s experience of using their redesigned space, every single day.
Today, I’m identifying some of the most common problems your clients may want to address by redesigning their commercial space, and sharing the best types of flooring to specify to solve these problems for your clients.
Annual report reveals resource reduction, material transparency as driving factors to Milliken’s sustainability efforts
We are proud to announce the release of the Milliken floor covering division’s second annual sustainability report. As an extension of our commitment to transparent practices and products that ‘do good’ in the world – the report gives insight into our global operations, product offering, and overall impact on the environment. Our hope is that it will inspire you to create more sustainable spaces.
Every day facility managers face new challenges in providing beautiful interior environments that promote well-being. We know that flooring is one aspect to achieve their goal, and we deeply understand the critical role it plays in creating world-class buildings.
We're featuring new Milliken flooring and adhesives that uniquely address common, yet prohibitive challenges through proprietary Milliken technologies at IFMA's World Workplace 2016, booth 1117.
Print technology changes the possibilities and processes of design. It’s evident in where the technology is used. Take a glimpse into its evolution and the creative freedom it allows in interior design, and specifically, floor covering.
Health and well-being at Organic Valley go beyond the organic dairy, eggs and produce from the cooperative. They are vital components of its workplace and of all company initiatives. This case study highlights how Organic Valley partnered with Milliken for the first time to create two brand-centric offices in Wisconsin – the company’s headquarters in LaFarge and a new location in Cashton. The resulting spaces not only inspire, but also deliver sustainable workplaces where employee creativity, productivity and well-being thrive.