Invista, maker of Antron carpet fiber, has launched antron.net/recovery, a site designed to help school facility managers identify and specify carpet for school renovations, as they look to utilize funding available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). On the website, users will find tools to aid in the selection of carpets that help meet sustainable and high-performance school criteria.
Bobby Berrier, vice president commercial interiors, Invista, said, “We created antron.net/recovery to provide an easy way for school administrators and facility managers to select carpets that will help improve their facilities while contributing to the development of high-performing learning environments.”
Added Kieren Corcoran, education segment manager, Invista, “We hope antron.net/recovery will help educate specifiers on the benefits of carpet in schools and provide the tools needed to take advantage of the stimulus package."
Invista launches Antron site for schools
April 30, 2009