Shaw Contract Group Nightingale
Shaw Contract Group's Collective Time resilient has won a Nightingale Gold Award.

Shaw Contract Group received a Nightingale Gold Award for Collective Time resilient, a Shaw Hard Surface collection. The winners of the Nightingale Awards for healthcare interior products were announced at the Healthcare Design Conference in San Diego. 

Sponsored by Contract magazine in conjunction with Healthcare Design Conference, The Center for Health Design and Vendome Group, the Nightingale Awards recognize contribution to the healthcare built environment through product design and innovation that contributes to healing.

“This award is a tremendous reflection of Shaw Contract Group’s commitment to thoughtful product design," said John Stephens, vice president of marketing. “The collection was designed specifically with healthcare environments in mind, and given the positive response we’ve received from the market we expect this product to be used across all segments. There’s additional versatility here, as these styles are intended to coordinate with the Collective Time Carpet collection, a 2014 NeoCon Gold recipient.” 

Collective Time Resilient, a collection of sheet vinyl and plank products, is constructed with high performance components, including ExoGuard quartz-enhanced urethane for severe traffic and intensive use spaces. Collective Time is designed to help simplify the interior surroundings and create a visual calm.

Because healthcare clients prefer a cohesive design that is not visually sterile, Collective Time was designed to provide flexibility within a space. Clients can mix the three styles to create unique installations, enhance way-finding and provide an additional layer of design.

This collection is FloorScore certified and contributes to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. Additionally, Shaw Hard Surface products and adhesives emit low VOCs, making them safe for even the most sensitive areas such as hospitals and schools.

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