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Seattle, Washington, USA
Partnering with the world’s most thoughtful professionals to engineer extraordinary places.

KPFF is a multi-office, multi-discipline engineering firm. We’re driven by a commitment to our core values of Excellence, Trust, Relationships, Stability, and Passion; defining our professional practice, how we are organized and our commitment to our clients and employees.

Excellence is at the heart of our culture: Consistently exceeding expectations allows us to continue to build enduring relationships with our clients and our employees.

At KPFF we recognize how fortunate we are to have the resources available to maintain our thriving practice and provide an excellent quality of life for our employees. We take corporate social responsibility seriously, and actively look for ways to improve the communities where we live and work, minimize our environmental footprint, and promote inclusion throughout our firm. While each of our KPFF locations develop and practice their own programs, they are united by our Core Values of Excellence, Trust, Relationships, Stability and Passion…the foundation for everything we do at KPFF.

Community and Charitable Contributions

KPFF is committed to the communities in which we design and live. We contribute both through financial sponsorships and with the donation of the time and talent of our employees to many organizations. We aid through monetary donations, volunteer hours, and pro-bono engineering. Our employees work with numerous organizations including: Engineers without Borders, ACE Mentorship program, YWCA, Bridges to Prosperity, Rebuilding Together, United Way, American Lung Association, Habitat for Humanity, American Heart Association, local food banks, and countless other non-profit organizations throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Sustainability and Environmental Responsibility

As a leader in sustainable design, KPFF takes our commitment to environmental stewardship seriously. Firm-wide, we have over 60 LEED Accredited engineers and have completed over 450 LEED Certified projects. Whether project related or within our office environments, our dedication to incorporating sustainable design features and preserving valuable natural resources remains constant. Some of the ongoing practices we have implemented to reduce our environmental impact include electronic filing systems to reduce paper use, incorporation of recycled and renewable materials in our specifications, and repurposing plotter trimmings into notepads. Our offices are stocked with reusable flatware, dishes, glasses and mugs. Many of our locations encourage employees to use public transit and active transportation, often subsidizing monthly transit passes and bicycle parking.

Advancement of Disadvantaged, Women/Minority Owned and Small Businesses

KPFF strongly believes in the need to increase DBE, MWBE and SMB contracting in the AEC industry and welcomes opportunities to partner with these firms. Some KPFF offices also promote a mentorship strategy that emphasizes communication and helps mentees develop their expertise and capacity. KPFF understands that small businesses may not have the resources including administrative staff and software that are beneficial to a large design and construction project. We continually seek Certified Businesses providing services in Engineering and/or Architectural Design to partner with. If you qualify, we would love to hear from you. Please submit a letter of interest, qualifications, disciplines provided and geographic area of your practice (not to exceed 2 pages) to smallbusiness@kpff.com.

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
We are all unique. KPFF has created a culture that embraces its employees’ differences, strengths, interests, and backgrounds making the workplace environment a supportive, collaborative and just plain fun place to be each day. We believe that diversity of thought achieves better outcomes. We continually engage in training programs and workshops at all levels to not only educate ourselves but to be better partners to our clients and project teams. KPFF is committed to continued diversity and inclusion. We are one family.
London, United Kingdom
In 1946, philosopher and engineer Ove Arup set up his consulting engineering business in London. In the more than 70 years since then, Arup has grown into an international consulting firm of worldwide scope and reach.

Right from the start, Arup was known for its close collaborations with leading architects like Renzo Piano, Richard Rogers and Norman Foster. In its first two decades, the firm expanded rapidly and earned a reputation for creative and economical solutions across the built environment – a reputation it still enjoys today.

By 1976, Arup’s reputation had become truly global with the completion of the Sydney Opera House. By this time, the firm had opened offices in Northern Europe, Southern Africa, South East Asia and Australia. Its breadth of expertise was already considerable: this ranged from offshore engineering, acoustics, facades, and specialist skills such as impact, blast, risk and seismic engineering, to niche areas such as designing transportation containers for nuclear waste.

The firm’s portfolio of products and services today is even more wide-ranging. Many of the world’s most iconic sports stadia are Arup projects – such as Beijing’s Water Cube, the Singapore Sports Hub and London Aquatics Centre. Arup is trusted to develop vital new infrastructure, like the Second Avenue Subway or the Queensferry Bridge Crossing.

We’re collaborating on the development of the Hyperloop rapid transit system. Our range of computer modelling tools like MassMotion enable better decision making and more insightful design choices. Our virtual listening environment SoundLab facilitates better outcomes by letting clients hear the sound of spaces – before they are actually built.

Clients continue to come to Arup because of the way we think and do. Increasingly diverse projects bring innovations and leaps of imagination that benefit our clients and the environments in which we all live and work. We call this ‘shaping a better world’
Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Products, Carpet, Floor Coverings

Milliken is a different kind of company, fueled by innovation and committed to design. Day in and day out, we’re invigorated by the challenge of creating fresh approaches to what we do, to what we create and to how we deliver.By combining design with unique technologies and great insights, we make floor coverings that are more colorful and more customizable, tougher and longer lasting, softer and more sustainable. We love what we do and are inspired by the power and beauty that meaningful design can deliver.


Milliken Floor Covering is part of Milliken, one of the largest privately held companies in the world. Milliken is an innovation company that has been exploring, discovering, and creating ways to enhance people’s lives since 1865. Our community of innovators has developed one of the larger collections of United States patents held by a private U.S. company. With expertise across a breadth of disciplines including specialty chemicals, floor covering, and performance materials, we work around the world, to add true value to people’s lives, improve health and safety, and help make this world more sustainable.


Headquartered in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Milliken's floor covering group has design studios, showrooms, sales centers, and manufacturing facilities around the world strategically located to service the global needs of our customers. We invite you to visit us at our home in South Carolina or any of our product design studios to see the next innovation in flooring.
Herman Miller
Zeeland, Michigan, USA
Products, Furniture
Herman Miller is a 100-year-old-plus company that places great importance on design, the environment, community service, and the health and well-being of our customers and our employees. Innovative ways to improve the performance of our customers’ organizations have become our hallmark.

Herman Miller was a West Michigan businessman who helped his son-in-law, D.J. De Pree, buy the Michigan Star Furniture Company in 1923. De Pree had been working at the company, which opened in 1905, since he was hired in 1909 as a clerk. De Pree knew his father-in-law was a man of integrity, so he decided to rename the company after him.

By the middle of the 20th century, the name Herman Miller had become synonymous with “modern” furniture. Working with legendary designers George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, the company produced pieces that would become classics of industrial design.

Since then, we’ve collaborated with some of the most outstanding designers in the world, including Alexander Girard, Isamu Noguchi, Robert Propst, Bill Stumpf, Don Chadwick, Ayse Birsel, Studio 7.5, Yves Béhar, Doug Ball, and many talented others.

Today, in addition to our classic pieces and new designs for the home, Herman Miller is a recognized innovator in contemporary interior furnishings, solutions for healthcare environments, and related technologies and services. A publicly held company headquartered in Zeeland, Michigan, we have manufacturing facilities in the United States, China, Italy, and the United Kingdom and sales offices, dealers, licensees, and customers in over 100 countries.

We operate through several focused businesses, brands, and distribution channels, including Herman Miller, Herman Miller Healthcare, Nemschoff, Geiger International, and independently owned dealerships. All of them work to design and build a better world around you.

Bernhardt Design
Lenoir, North Carolina, USA
Products, Seating, Tables, Casegoods, Credenzas, Textiles
Bernhardt Furniture Company was founded in 1889 by John M. Bernhardt. Orphaned at 13, John Bernhardt left for Oregon to become a government surveyor but returned home three years later to pursue a career as a logger and timber cutter. After buying a sawmill, he saw an opportunity to use timber in the manufacture of sturdy oak bedroom furniture. The company he started quickly found a market in such urban centers as Chicago and New York City. As the business grew under the leadership of the Bernhardt family, new product categories, dining room and living room furniture were added and additional facilities were built or purchased from other furniture manufacturers.

Bernhardt Furniture Company was founded in 1889 by John M. Bernhardt. Orphaned at 13, John Bernhardt left for Oregon to become a government surveyor but returned home three years later to pursue a career as a logger and timber cutter. After buying a sawmill, he saw an opportunity to use timber in the manufacture of sturdy oak bedroom furniture. The company he started quickly found a market in such urban centers as Chicago and New York City. As the business grew under the leadership of the Bernhardt family, new product categories, dining room and living room furniture were added and additional facilities were built or purchased from other furniture manufacturers.

Until the 1980’s, the company was vertically integrated, having a veneer mill, lumber yard and numerous kilns as well as adhesives and particleboard plants. By 1981, in order to diversify the product offering, Bernhardt began sourcing globally and now has offices in four Asian countries, staffed with 50 employees to ensure the quality for which Bernhardt is known. However, the company still has a significant manufacturing operation in western North Carolina, with 12 facilities and 1500 skilled employees.

In 1983, Bernhardt Furniture added a line of commercial furniture, Bernhardt Design, manufacturing quality conservatively styled casegoods, conference and occasional tables, guest, lounge and wood guest chairs for the corporate and legal markets. Gradually, the product line expanded stylistically, adding more contemporary products and multi-purpose tables and seating and conference chairs.

In order to encourage student designers to make their products suitable for mass markets, Bernhardt Design sponsors an interdisciplinary course with the world-renowned Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Students who excel in the program have their products included in Bernhardt’s standard product line.

Bernhardt Design also sponsors ICFF Studio, a scholarship program which gives deserving designers global exposure to manufacturers, retailers and the media

Bernhardt Design markets to the architectural and design communities and is known for its excellence in design, winning many awards through the years. Our products are sold globally through sales representatives and selected dealers. The 20,000 sq. ft. flagship showroom is located on Madison Avenue in New York City.
Los Angeles, California, USA
Engineering, Architecture
Twenty-five years ago, AECOM was formed when a handful of Ashland Inc. employees shared a dream of creating an industry-leading firm dedicated to making the world a better place.

On April 6, 1990, AECOM became an independent company formed by the merger of five Ashland entities. While our official founding was in 1990, some of our predecessor firms had distinguished histories dating back more than 110 years.

Since then, more than 50 companies have joined AECOM and, in 2007, we became a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: ACM).

During 2014, our combination with URS Corporation was a game changer for the industry, more than doubling our revenue and workforce, furthering our status as the world’s #1-ranked engineering design firm by revenue, according to Engineering News-Record magazine.

In 2015, we were recognized by Fortune magazine for the first time as a World’s Most Admired Company.

Today, listed on the Fortune 500 as one of America’s largest companies, AECOM’s talented employees — including architects, engineers, designers, planners, scientists and management professionals — now serve clients in more than 150 countries around the world.

We are a premier, fully integrated professional and technical services firm positioned to design, build, finance and operate infrastructure assets around the world for public- and private-sector clients. We are a leader in all of the key markets that we serve — including transportation, facilities, environmental, energy, oil and gas, water, high-rise buildings and government — and provide a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering customized and creative solutions that meet the needs of our clients’ projects.
Parsippany, New Jersey, USA

Langan provides an integrated mix of engineering and environmental consulting services in support of land development projects, corporate real estate portfolios, and the energy industry. Our clients include developers, property owners, public agencies, corporations, institutions, and energy companies around the world.


Our engineers, scientists, landscape architects, planners, surveyors, and technical specialists are recognized as the best in their respective disciplines. Using sound principles and proven concepts, our professionals are skilled problem solvers who deliver a high level of quality on each and every project.


As Langan approaches 50 years in practice, there is very little that we have not seen. We apply our collective knowledge to projects to achieve the best possible outcomes. Our experience in designing practical solutions that meet and exceed business objectives leads clients and partners to trust Langan … no matter the location, no matter the challenge.


Technical excellence and practical experience are expected from consulting firms with a successful track record, but neither is more important than client responsiveness. Every employee at Langan is innately responsive – it's in our DNA. In fact, the majority of our business relationships are longstanding because of the client responsiveness that permeates our culture and differentiates Langan from the competition.

Charles M. Salter Associates
San Francisco, California, USA
Engineering, Acoustics, Audiovisual, Telecommunications, Security
CHARLES M. SALTER ASSOCIATES, INC. (Salter) is a consulting firm located in San Francisco with a branch office in San Jose, California. We provide services in acoustics, audiovisual, telecommunications, and security. The firm was founded in 1975 and consults on over 900 projects per year worldwide. Our team of more than 55 comprises Professional Engineers, LEED® Accredited Professionals, Certified Technology Specialists, Registered Communications Distribution Designers, Fellows of the Audio Engineering Society, Fellows of the Acoustical Society of America, and a PhD, as well as individuals with interdisciplinary and advanced degrees in architecture, music, linguistics, business, and forensics. We draw from this diverse expertise to develop solutions tailored to each project.

Salter completed a LEED®-Gold certified office expansion in the historic Hallidie Building. The new space is a flexible showplace and teaching environment demonstrating new acoustical, audiovisual, and telecommunications technologies within a sustainable office design. We also have videoconferencing to enhance communications with our clients.

In order to better inform clients, Salter has an in-house presentation studio to simulate acoustical environments. Salter also has a subsidiary company, the Audio Forensic Center.

In 1998, Salter authored ACOUSTICS: Architecture, Engineering, the Environment, a book for architects, engineers, facility owners and managers, specifiers, contractors, and other professionals with a need for information on acoustics.
Lake | Flato
San Antonio, Texas, USA

When we decided to create our own architecture firm in 1984, we had a number of strong ideas about what kind of buildings we wanted to design. We believed first and foremost that architecture should be rooted in its particular place, responding in a meaningful way to the natural or built environment. Using local materials and partnering with the best local craftsmen, we sought to create buildings that were tactile and modern, environmentally responsible and authentic, artful and crafted.

Now more than 30 years later, these beliefs still inform the architecture we create. While our firm has grown along with the range and complexity of our projects, we have found the desire to build in partnership with the land to be an approach that remains valid and increasingly resonant. Our first projects were houses and these projects excite us still. We have found that by exploring the intimate relationship between family, place and building we can create unique living environments that possess a compelling authenticity and beauty.

While architects may traditionally be known as the designers of buildings alone, we see buildings as merely one piece of a much larger picture. In our houses, the architecture and landscape are one — with outdoor rooms and courtyards becoming as important as the enclosed interior spaces. Often these interior spaces open up to the outdoors, creating a hybrid space where the line between inside and out is blurred beyond recognition.

By designing in harmony with the land, we create projects, of all scales, by their massing, orientation and materials, are inherently sustainable. Light overhanging roofs keep direct sunlight out of windows and can also be designed to collect rainwater or solar energy. Massive stone walls help absorb radiant energy, keeping interiors cool during the day and warm at night. We increasingly use sophisticated computer engineering technology to test assumptions and develop a design so that it performs precisely as intended. While emerging technology helps provide additional layers of science, our initial concepts are often based on natural systems present on a site and by studying the vernacular structures of the region. Built before mechanical systems could provide hot and cold air, these early pragmatic structures provided invaluable lessons in how a building can harvest daylight and rainwater while protecting against harsh winter winds and blistering summer sun. These buildings were “sustainable” before such a word existed, and by drawing inspiration from them, we too can create buildings that are practical, timeless and ultimately, beautiful.

While we certainly take pride in the buildings that have resulted from these efforts, we perhaps derive the greatest sense of accomplishment from the team of talented and driven individuals we have assembled at Lake|Flato. More than just employees, our office “family” shares a common set of values combined with a superhuman work ethic that derives from the fact that like us, they are passionate about what they do. While the work itself is rewarding, so too are the people we work with every day.

Donald, Oregon, USA
Products, Steel Framing, Metal Studs
R-stud is a product of R-stud, LLC and is manufactured in Donald, Oregon. R-stud prides itself on being made in America using only US produced steel. The company is made up of experts in the building industry, Ph.D’s engineers and professional business managers. This unique team ensures that R-stud LLC continues to deliver products that outperform other steel framing studs.

Patrick Lucas, CEO
Patrick Lucas brings more than 25 years’ experience in the construction industry. Lucas specializes in all the aspects of real estate development, including land acquisition, land use approvals, financing, arranging civil and structural engineering, architectural, envelope consultants, construction contracts, construction management, tenant improvements, and marketing of the projects.

Bill McCormick, Chairman and President
Bill McCormick has built his career operating and overseeing some of the country’s biggest and well ran manufacturers. McCormick managed a division of GE Aircraft Engines, was the Chairman and CEO of Precision Castparts for 19 years and currently an advisor for many companies, including Boeing and Indo-mim to help them navigate changing environments and be positioned to maximize potential.

Dr. Dennis Edmondson PhD, Engineer (inventor)
Dr. Dennis Edmondson holds dual PhD’s in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Washington Schools of Engineering. Edmondson has been an intricate individual on projects such as US military bombers, ships, subs, the Space Shuttle as well as components for pre-engineered buildings.

Dave Sommer, Envelope/Architectural Consultant
Dave Sommer has 29 years in the construction industry. Having founded Interra Enterprises, Inc in 2004, Dave’s success in promoting innovative architectural products and systems through commercial specifications has earned him the respect of architects, spec writers and building envelope consultants. Dave has been a member of CSI (Construction Specifications Institute) and served as Vice President of the Seattle Chapter. Dave is also a long-standing member of SeaBEC (Seattle Building Enclosure Council).
Armstrong World Industries
Amelia, Ohio, USA
Products, Ceilings, Walls, Castings, Suspension Systems
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. (AWI) is a global leader in the design and manufacture of innovative commercial and residential ceiling, wall and suspension system solutions. With over 3,800 employees and fiscal 2016 revenues from ceiling operations in excess of $1.2 billion, AWI has a global manufacturing network of 26 facilities, including nine plants dedicated to its WAVE joint venture. On April 1, 2016, AWI completed the separation of its legacy flooring business that now operates as Armstrong Flooring, Inc., an independent, publicly-traded company.

At home, at work, in healthcare facilities, classrooms, stores, or restaurants, Armstrong World Industries offers interior solutions that help to enhance comfort, save time, improve building efficiency and overall performance, and create beautiful spaces.

For more than 150 years, we have built our business on trust and integrity. It set us apart then, and it sets us apart now, along with our ability to collaborate with and innovate for the people we’re here to serve – our customers, our shareholders, our communities and our employees.

We are committed to developing new and sustainable ceiling solutions, with design and performance possibilities that empower our customers to create beautiful, high-performance residential and commercial buildings. It’s an exciting, rewarding business to be in, and we’re committed to continuing to grow and prosper for the benefit of all of our stakeholders.
Luna Textiles
San Francisco, California, USA
Products, Fabrics, Textiles

We offer a complete range of upholstery fabrics for task seating, guest seating and lounge seating. Fiber content ranges from wool, cotton and rayon to polyester and nylon. Finishes for specialized applications, such as Nano-Tex seating protection, are offered on many of the ­upholstery styles.

Panel fabrics for workstations are offered for use on furniture systems. Most are made of recycled polyester, and are eligible to be included in the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) leed recycled content category.

Environmental sustainability is a focus and goal for Luna. We are members of the USGBC and of the association for contract textiles sustainability initiative. Our products are designed to be as clean and as environmentally friendly as they can be, with continuous efforts being made towards improvement by us and our suppliers.

Providing excellent service to our customers has always been very important to us as well. In addition to maintaining sufficient stocking levels, we aim for outstanding customer service and project management. We recognize that excellence in service means winning the confidence of each customer, one at a time.

As our company continues to grow, it is our mission to re main sharply focused on excellence in design and high quality products backed up by strong project management skills and outstanding service.

Northbrook, Illinois, USA
Products, Fabrics, Textiles
Who We Are

Architex® is a leading contract-textile line providing solutions for commercial, healthcare and hospitality venues. By blending innovative design, technology and sustainable practices, we create inspiring products in an array of applications. Our broad product offerings include upholstery, wallcovering and privacy curtain fabrics as well as drapery and non-wovens. An expansive and evolving product line is specified by interior designers, architects, government institutions and purchasing agents from around the world.

Our People

With more than 30 fabulous reps across the country and a headquarters staff in the heart of the midwest, Architex® has the means and ambition to provide you with all your textile needs. Keith Gordon, our founder and President, has had a passion for the arts since he was a child; cultivated through his parents' art gallery and supply store. We hope this continued passion shows through in the thought and care we give to each collection.

Environmental Statement

Architex® is committed to supporting current and emerging green design innovations in the textile industry. We strive to give careful consideration for each product's environmental impact while maintaining: performance, cost efficiency and design. Some of the considerations to our reduced environmental impact products include manufacturer process and location, materials and content, dye stuffs and finishing.

Architex® recognizes green philosophy, process and practice is constantly evolving as new information surfaces in our industry. Redefining our position, goals and products will be a part of our continual efforts to uphold the most current and sustainable textile products.

Architex® is a member of the Association for Contract Textiles (ACT). As a member, Architex supports FACTS® the Sustainable Assessment Standard for Commercial Furnishing Fabrics in collaboration with NSF International and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Emser Tile
Los Angeles, California, USA
Products, Tile, Stone
The Company
Established in 1968, Emser Tile, headquartered in Los Angeles, is the leading designer, marketer and producer of the world’s finest tile and natural stone. By offering unparalleled service and a dynamic selection of products, Emser is one of the most comprehensive sources for interior and exterior products that include porcelain, ceramic, metal, glass, quarry, decorative accents and mosaics, cut-to-size stone, setting materials, and custom manufactured products made to your specifications.

Emser products are designed for both residential and commercial projects. Emser’s nationwide locations plus three, state of the art distribution centers and over 2.5 million square feet of warehousing space, combine national presence with local service. This allows us to respond to the changing trends and technology.

Our dedication and commitment to customer service remains as strong as ever and the core of our business and our culture.

Our Production Network
Our production network brings the latest global trends, technology and innovation to our customers’ doorsteps. Our expansive capacity translates into vast selection and immediate distribution. With Emser, customers have quick access to unique and first-to-market products. With over 70 locations and factory alliances in over 20 countries, Emser has the global infrastructure to logistically support any size project on a dynamic or international level.

Our Capabilities
Whether Retail, Hospitality, Restaurant, Multi-Family Housing, Tenant Improvement and Office, Kitchen and Bath, Healthcare, Higher Education, RV and Manufactured housing or Insurance Replacements, Emser is your right partner. We have expanded our capabilities to take care of each customer’s unique needs.

Emser Selection
Emser is the fashion leader in glazed ceramic and porcelain tile, glass, metal and natural stone products. We offer the latest in fashion, colors, finishes, patterns and textures, accompanied by a broad assortment of coordinating trims and decorative accent pieces. Our extensive product line consists of over 3300 skus and is supported by sales offices and distribution centers across the nation. This allows our customers to fill their floor, wall and countertop tile needs with one expert and convenient source.

Emser’s services are tailored to customers’ specialized requirements. We offer exclusive programs that help dealers, homebuilders, commercial builders, contractors, architects, and designers exceed their customers’ expectations while keeping projects on schedule and within budget. Our experienced team assists with the entire process from materials specification and selection through scheduling and delivery. We also provide complete merchandising, sales, marketing and product knowledge support to ensure the success of each project.

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Products, Gypsum Board, Flooring, Sheathing, Roofing

USG has been a leading manufacturer of building products and innovative solutions for more than 115 years. Our wall, ceiling, flooring, sheathing and roofing products provide the solutions that enable customers to build the outstanding spaces where people live and do business.

Since 1902, USG has led the manufacturing industry with innovations and products that set new standards for design, productivity and performance for customers all over the globe.

In 2017, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of USG’s iconic Sheetrock® Brand, the landmark product that revolutionized interior construction and enabled the lightweight, fireproof walls we still build today. We are a leading manufacturer of building products and innovative solutions, including wall, ceiling, flooring, sheathing and roofing products, that help the construction industry build stronger, safer, more sustainable communities.


We manufacture high-quality products that solve real-world challenges and meet our rigorous safety standards. When we look at the issues that our customers and others in the manufacturing industry face, such as labor shortages, water scarcity, or time management, we think about the science, engineering, and technology that is needed to solve them.

USG holds more than 2,400 active U.S. and international patents that represent innovations that improve the way building materials are used in the places we live and do business. Our Corporate Innovation Center (CIC) is a state-of-the-art research facility committed to developing new-to-market products and improving our existing portfolio.


Safety is our first and most important core value. USG has been committed to the safety of our employees, customers and the communities where we live and do business since we documented our first safety rules more than 100 years ago. In 2016, we earned the National Safety Council’s Robert W. Campbell award, one of the world’s most respected celebrations of safety-first culture, for our excellence in environmental, health and safety (EHS) management.


Our vision is to be the world leader in building products and innovative solutions that enable our customers to create sustainable, inspirational and inviting spaces. Living out this vision extends beyond our manufacturing lines to our employees, communities and the environment.

As part of our commitment to the environment, we focus on reducing waste, using resources more efficiently, and transforming manufacturing byproducts into valuable resources. Our Ecoblueprint™ strategy is our public commitment to completing three goals by 2020:

  • Reduce greenhouse emissions by 20%;
  • Reduce operational waste to landfills by 50%; and,
  • Conduct life cycle assessments of all product lines.