INSTALL begins expansion into Texas

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Haddonfield, N.J.—INSTALL, the International Standards and Training Alliance, will celebrate its efforts to expand into Texas with a rollout event at the North Texas Training Center in Arlington Aug. 31. The event will include a tour of the training facility, an overview of the INSTALL program as well as a call-to-action for local contractors and installers to partner in bringing the INSTALL program to the Texas floor covering community.

“Texas is the most vibrant market in the country and it’s booming with projects and an available work force,” said John McGrath, executive director of INSTALL. “We want to get those workers trained and certified so they can deliver quality commercial flooring installations to the Texas market.”

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