Consolidated Carpet On The “Pulse” Of Healthcare

As a company whose foundation was flooring installation and maintenance, we’ve evolved over the years to achieve success in installations and sales within various markets from hospitality to corporate and stadiums to law firms. Most recently, we expanded our in-house healthcare division to target the growing market with unique requirements and needs.

In March, our Starnet Healthcare and American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID) certified healthcare team sponsored a table at the Engineering Record (ENR)The Pulse 3 Conference“. Pulse is an annual conference that brings together influencers in the local healthcare construction market, with participants including general contractors, architecture and design firms, and construction management firms.

Beyond the informative panel discussions and keynote addresses, our team found the exhibition to be a great place to network and connect with others in the New York City healthcare market. Our team was able to show product samples and installation methods to visitors at our table, as well as explain why we have all of your healthcare flooring needs covered. With product installation certifications from Forbo, Nora, and Altro Whiterock, our mechanics are equipped with the knowledge of the specific installation needs of healthcare spaces. Our expansive portfolio of product offerings with anti-microbial, slip resistant, stain resistant and sound mitigation properties can help any healthcare facility achieve their goals of a clean, safe and calming environment.

Check out some of the pictures from the event below!

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What Does “Legacy” Mean?

Mark Breslin - LegacyLast week, our associates were treated to a discussion with renowned teamwork and construction expert Mark Breslin. Breslin, a 30 year veteran of the construction industry and part of his family’s fourth generation business, frequently travels to organizations much like Consolidated Carpet to engage in dialogue with their associates on a variety of topics. The audience, comprised of Consolidated Carpet Executives, union-trained installers and foremen, and office staff, eagerly participated in the discussion.

The overarching theme of the discussion with Mark was legacy. As we celebrate our 70th Anniversary of being in business, our company has experienced legacy in many ways throughout the 20th and 21st Centuries. But what Mark brought to the forefront was the idea that legacy is not just your reputation over an extended period of time, but rather a combination of various things.

When asked, our associates discussed what “legacy” meant to them: opportunity, sustainability, the impression you leave behind for others. Mark implored our team to remember that day in and day out, they are not just contributing to Consolidated Carpet’s legacy, but their own.

Legacy is about engagement. Teamwork. Brand quality and integrity. Leadership. And most importantly, legacy is living and leading to your fullest potential. Our associates took a great deal away from the dialogue with Mark Breslin, but the greatest impression left the audience asking “Why not me?” when thinking about who can leave a lasting legacy.