Hilton’s Most Popular Brand And Design Comes to Washington!

Hilton’s Most Popular Brand And Design Comes to Washington!

Home 2 Suites by Hilton has implemented a new design style and brand personality. The first Home 2 Suites by Hilton in Washington State has opened in Bellingham. It’s their forty-eighth Home 2 Suites and is designed for business travelers and extended stay guests. It’s the fastest growing brand in the history of Hilton. All of the Home 2 suites are equipped with kitchenettes including refrigerators. They offer a free continental breakfast, are pet friendly and feature a chemical free, saline swimming pool. Home 2 Suites also have what they call the Spin 2 Cycle – a combined laundry and fitness facility – a great way to multi-task. They embrace technology and are committed to environmentally friendly products and hotel operations.  Continue reading…

Division 9 Flooring Project, Sunset Electric, Honored by DJC

Division 9 Flooring and Sunset Electric

Division 9 Flooring project, Sunset Electric, honored by DJC as Building of the Year. The building is part of a preservation incentive program that allows developers to build an additional ten feet of height in exchange for keeping part of the buildings original structure. Sunset Electric was build in 1926. It was originally part of an auto row building and supplied electric automobile equipment. It eventually sold radios and appliances like refrigerators and washers and dryers. The building is one of the first we’ve worked with that incorporated barn style doors into the new design. It’s a Leed Certified (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design) apartment complex, giving its tenants built in green features and benefits. It uses 43% less energy that other apartment buildings. The layout, with catwalks and an outside atrium, were a challenge, but also part of what make the Sunset Electric Apartments unique.  Continue reading…

D9 Gives Back

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

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Wolf Creek Whidbey Island Naval Air Station

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.

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