Chagrin Falls, Ohio—Nationwide Children’s Hospital project in Columbus, Ohio, was recently presented Tarkett’s ReStart award for returning a total of 53,170 pounds of flooring for recycling throughout the duration of the project. Tarkett’s annual ReStart award honors the architect, designer, building owner, contractor/installer, and/or distributor whose project has successfully diverted the largest quantity of flooring from landfills using Tarkett’s ReStart recycling and reclamation program.
Tarkett formally presented the award during a recent special reception in front of invited guests and media. The award itself, designed by Nicole McGee, owner of Plenty Underfoot in Cleveland, was made using Tarkett’s Johnsonite flooring scrap. Those honored included Alisa Pinciotti, senior interior designer for the project; Kristin Ledet, senior vice president and interiors manager with FKP Architects in Houston; Don Brickweg, vice president, commercial sales at CDC Distributors, and Garry Ruick, president, Architectural Products at Continental Office Environments.