Contract Summary

  
Flooring Materials and Services- Open for Reporting Only      
Contract#:  00710   Replaces: 06801    
This contract features an array of flooring materials and services to accommodate a wide range of repair/replacement needs for typical governmental institutions and educational environments.

Carpet, being the main utility, features over 100 styles with multiple color options per style from 6 of the worlds largest carpet mills (Bentley Prince Street • InterfaceFLOR • Mannington Commercial • Milliken • Shaw Industries • The Mohawk Group). Performance ranges from “Light Duty” to “High Performance” including several options with high Appearance Retention Ratios.

Minimum carpet requirements:
• Sustainability: "Gold" certified in accordance with the ANSI NSF 140-2007 sustainable carpet assessment standard (link to the standard).
• Indoor Air Quality: All carpet meets the Carpet and Rug Institute's Green Label Plus indoor air quality standard (link to the standard).
• Recycling: All bidders were required to have an existing carpet recycling program.

Important Note on Installation: Carpet and Resilient Material pricing includes standard installation as defined in the Technical Specifications. While all other material pricing includes installation as well, the specifics are detailed on individual price sheets, where applicable. The purchase of uninstalled materials will be negotiated on a case-by-case basis. Contact DES for assistance as needed.

Current Term Start Date: 09-24-2014 Award Date: 09-24-2010 Est. Annual Worth: $7,611,061
Current Term Ends On: 09-30-2017 Final Term Ends On: 09-30-2017 Commodity Code(s): 360-10, 360-11, 910-09, 910-25
Diversity: 0% WBE  0% MBE # of Bids Received: 6
Contact Info: Clayton Long at (360) 407-8508 or clayton.long@des.wa.gov
 
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