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 is big on environmental sustainability. Over the past 7 years, we’ve diverted thousands of pounds of carpet and pad from the landfill. When we partnered with Habitat for Humanity last year, our intention was to find a cause in our area that would put our materials to good use through repurposing. That’s exactly what we’ve accomplished with Habitat for Humanity. We’ve donated somewhere in the neighborhood of $400,000 worth of goods to Habitat for Humanity Snohomish County. Continue reading…
Division 9 Flooring specializes in providing flooring for healthcare facilities, corporate workspaces, tenant improvement, educational facilities and multi family.
The Bauhaus Apartments in West Seattle are a fine example of our ability to assist in increasing value in multi family facilities. This apartment complex was built in 1964. Fifty years ago when the Beatles were all the rage, Lyndon B. Johnson was President and Do Wah Diddy Diddy was a big hit on the radio.
Press Release- Division 9 Flooring and Turner Construction come together for Turner’s Paint The Town Blue Event
Woodinville, Wa ‐ Division 9 Flooring, a specialty flooring contractor, recently donated carpet, padding and installation to Rebuilding Together, an agency that provides low income home owners with critical home repair and upgrades. The project is part of Paint The Town Blue, a program that Turner Construction employees participate in yearly. Turner Construction is an international construction services company. The program gives employees an opportunity to give back to the communities they live and work in.
Turner’s Paint The Town Blue program benefits many different agencies in our area including Fare Start, Ronald McDonald House, First Tee, Immanuel Community Services, White Center Food Bank, Ballard Food Bank and Rebuilding Together.
Division 9 Flooring recently worked a flooring project with Bellevue Pediatric Dentistry. They sought us out via a recommendation from Office Wrap.
Division 9 Flooring Estimator Sherry Lee Durham says “We demo’d their existing flooring and installed new LVT and carpet. There were a few hiccups along the way as the tenant downstairs was unhappy with the noise. We switched gears and were able to accommodate them by working a few evenings and the weekend.” Continue reading…
There’s nothing we enjoy more than adding to Fremont’s hip factor. That’s exactly what we did with Ray Apartment Homes in Fremont. The building is located on Stone Way in Seattle. Just a short bike ride to the Fremont Bridge. Continue reading…
The following is an article written by Division 9 Flooring Project Manager David Flynn.
Opportunities In The Obvious: Finding opportunity in a market saturated with competition
In a market covered, canvassed and bid upon by our peers, both qualified and unqualified, we can separate ourselves. Make ourselves stand out. Not just from the competition but from competing. Not just with better service, quality and pricing, but with ability and problem solving solutions. If our mindset is “why can’t we do that?” we will see new doors open. Not just to unique and new opportunities, but also to building the trust and confidence our clients are looking for. Continue reading…
Division 9 Flooring teamed with Lease Crutcher Lewis for an Amazon build on a historic Seattle structure. Amazon chose to build new offices in the old Supply Laundry Building. Originally built in 1906, when laundry was big business in Seattle. It was also back breaking work. The local newspaper, The Seattle Union Record, called laundry employees “the hardest working and poorest paid workers in the industrial field.” The Supply Laundry Buildings old smoke stack has been there so long, it’s hard to imagine the neighborhood without it. The building is in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. The neighborhood has received a major transformation over the last decade. South Lake Unions largest developer, Vulcan Real Estate owned by Paul Allen, has been leading the effort to preserve the neighborhood’s historic features and incorporate them into new projects. The Supply Laundry Building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013. Continue reading…
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.