Division 9 Flooring, a specialty flooring contractor, recently donated 575 square feet of carpeting, to Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission. The donation put the Mission on the receiving end of giving. The Mission houses close to 300 in the Men’s Shelter and serves over 1500 meals a day to residents and those who are homeless and hungry on the streets of Seattle.
The Donation from Division 9 Flooring benefitted the Mission’s original building in Seattle’s Pioneer Square. The Mission opened it’s doors in 1932. The building is part of the Pioneer Square Historic District in Seattle, which protects the unique historic and architectural character of certain buildings.
The US Bank and Plaza buildings in Bellevue get custom made makeovers! First impressions go a long way. Division 9 Flooring teamed with Turner Construction to leave no doubt that the US Bank and Plaza Buildings in Bellevue takes first impressions seriously. The entry lobby of the Plaza turned out very impressive. The stone flooring and custom made Masland Rug were a bit of a challenge to install. Largely due to the size of the Masland Rug. It was 18 feet wide and about 60 feet long. It took 4 guys to handle the installation. The finished product is beautiful! Continue reading…
Velo – An In City Bicyclist Retreat – Velo is French for bicycle. The Velo apartment complex in Fremont is all about bicyclists. Velo opened in September 2014 with 171 units and bicycle ramps inside of the building so cyclists can zip right in. The Burke Gilman Trail is close by and so is the Fremont Bridge, one of the busiest areas for cycling in the city according to city data. Continue reading…
Division 9 Flooring sealsIntentional Software’s hip factor in their new Bellevue offices. They deserves to look as hip and progressive as they are. Division 9 recently put in about 3000 square yards of resilient flooring, 1000 square feet of wall tile and about 3600 square feet of polished concrete. The corridor pattern of three carpet tiles was a fairly complex pattern, but turned out really nice. The schedule was aggressive, but we were able to meet or beat each phase. Continue reading…
Division 9 Flooring has donated four loads of flooring and adhesives to support community improvement projects in Washington and California since June 2014.
The donations benefited Habitat for Humanity partners in Lynnwood, Seattle, and Tacoma, Wash., as well as River Valley Community Outreach Center (RVCOC), a nonprofit in Gridley, Calif., that works to improve the lives of families in need in the Sacramento area.
Mountain Re-Source Center, a nonprofit that seeks donations of usable materials to support the work of other nonprofit organizations, coordinated the donation on behalf of Habitat for Humanity and RVCOC.
Heidi May of Division 9 Flooring said the company is proud to support local communities.
Division 9 Flooring recently completed corridor work onHotel Deca, a boutique hotel located in Seattle’s University District. The hotel was built in 1930 and was originally named after a beloved Professor at The University of Washington – Edmond Meany. The UW named Meany Hall for The Performing Arts after him as well. The building is considered a remarkable example of the art-deco style. The hotel maintains some of its original architecture and is now called Hotel Deca.
“Division 9 was very accommodating in getting the job done. They are always very efficient and I enjoy working with them”.
Division 9 Flooring has been working with Mountain Re-Source Center and Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County on donating flooring materials for those in need. We recently donated 41 pallets of flooring materials along with over a dozen rolls of sheet vinyl, 20 rolls of remnant carpet and at least 5 rolls of new carpet. We feel very fortunate to be able to help those in need in our community. Part of the donation is marked for Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County for a 3 home project in Marysville. Mountain Re-Source Center works to donate locally first, but is connected to non profits around the country. They recently acknowledged our donations in a press release –MRC PR Division9Flooring Jan2015
We recently teamed with BNBuilders on the Amazon 635 Project. The project is located on Elliott Avenue on the Seattle Waterfront. The building is just over 187,000 square feet. It had sat empty since it was built in 2010. With the addition of the 635 project, Amazon has expanded their Seattle footprint to include the waterfront on Elliott Bay. Division 9 has had the privilege of working on several Amazon projects. Each project is different. This one was a tenant improvement.
“Working with Division 9 on The Amazon 635 project was a pleasant experience because of D9’s professionalism and knowledge of the flooring industry. I’ve been fortunate to use Division 9 on several projects in the past. From wood flooring, carpet, ceramic tile to VCT, they have always met or exceeded my expectations. I look forward to continuing to use them in the future”.
Chip Murphy BNBuilders
Amazon is part of the reason why Seattle is the fastest growing city in the country. All you’ve to do is take a look at all of the cranes and construction downtown to know.
We recently finished a project at Wolf Creek Whidbey Island Naval Air Station. When you do a project involving the Navy, you can bet your work will be meticulously scrutinized. The project was two weeks start to finish. The weather conditions were a challenge as we were using a temperature sensitive product. The temperatures were monitored throughout and safety and pedestrian traffic were priority #1. After the project was complete, we received an unexpected note from the Wolf Creek Project Manager.
Division 9 recently worked with Lease Crutcher Lewis on the Cedarbrook Spa addition to Cedarbrook Lodge in Seattle. We’re very proud of how exceptional it turned out.
“Let me start by saying Division 9 quality of work at Cedarbrook was fantastic. In regards to the tile installation: The quality of tile work is probably the best I’ve seen to date. Continue reading…