While Mohawk businesses operate in a decentralized manner, all are sharing best practices to reduce our collective use of natural resources. Across Mohawk, we are approaching the final year of work toward our 2020 goals, set in 2010, to decrease energy, GHG, water and waste-to-landfill intensity by 25%.
With the new school year well underway, several Georgia-based schools have now had the chance to utilize their newly designed classrooms courtesy of a state-wide School Crashers program.
Hosted by Georgia United Credit Union Foundation with donor partners like Mohawk Group, the annual program awards one deserving school a makeover grant funded by the foundation and runners-up with grants for specific projects.
Relaxing Floors collaborators will offer another perspective on biophilic concepts
CALHOUN, Ga. September 8, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Next week Mohawk Group will host the latest presentation in its Resourceful CEU series and debut an accredited session that showcases an emerging body of work in the realm of biophilic design. “Fractal Fluency in the Built Environment” will focus on the intersection of science, design and art, and the concepts behind a stress-reductive approach to commercial spaces. The hour-long course will be offered on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. EST to accommodate guests tuning in across different time zones.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I wish there was a podcast that discussed innovations in design, performance and sustainability that positively impact the built environment?”
Us, too. So we decided to create one.
Welcome to DesignFWD, a podcast series presented by Mohawk Group, where we discuss innovations in design, performance, and sustainability that positively impact the built environment. Stick around for engaging conversation with our design leaders, sustainability advocates, and progressive end users who are moving design forward.
In April 2020, Mohawk's production switched from flooring to helping healthcare workers. Bart Hill, senior vice president, Mohawk Home, tells us how many medical gowns and face shields the company made before switching back to normal production.
Manufacturer’s print carpet tile category offers design flexibility and reduction in installation waste
CALHOUN, Ga., August 27, 2020 /3BL Media/—Durkan announced today that the hospitality flooring manufacturer has partnered with longtime collaborator Virginia Langley to design print carpet tile exclusively for its PDI (Precision Dye Injection) platform. The state-of-the-art PDI tile program, which launched last summer, features proprietary high-resolution pattern design technology in 12 colors for customization, with the added wear-and-maintenance advantages of modular soft flooring.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold, people and organizations everywhere are looking for ways to help however they can. As a manufacturer of carpets and rugs, Mohawk realized that we could put industrial sewing equipment to work to produce vitally needed medical gowns for healthcare providers.
Toney Elementary's School Crashers makeover included a dynamic refresh throughout its Decatur, GA campus
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Last year, Mohawk Industries and Georgia United Credit Union Foundation’s School Crashers® program transformed learning and administrative environments at seven schools across the Peach State. Refreshing finishes and new energy reinvigorated media centers, music rooms, workspaces and other inspired interiors.
Creating a calming space for students to relax, recenter and refocus.
School may have been out for summer, but class was in session for our team at Mohawk Group as we worked on a sense-ational surprise for students at New Hope Middle School.
When students return to campus in Dalton, Georgia, they’ll find that a formerly unused room has been transformed into a completely new space – a fully furnished sensory room complete with soothing new commercial carpet.
Latest first-place “crash” includes sensory room at nearby Dalton school
CALHOUN, Ga. August 13, 2020/3BL Media/—Each year Mohawk Group partners with Georgia United Credit Union Foundation to “crash” deserving schools all over the state. Faculty and administration across Georgia apply for facility makeovers based of specific needs that would enhance their respective curriculum and campus. One winner receives a school makeover grant funded by the foundation and runner-up schools receive grants for specific projects.