Mohawk Group recognized as disaster recovery supplier

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First One Up II, a carpet tile style, is available in the program.

Calhoun, Ga.—The General Services Administration (GSA) has designated Mohawk Group as an official disaster recovery supplier. As a result, commercial flooring solutions that were previously only available to federal entities on the GSA schedule can be offered to city, county and state governments. The opening of Mohawk Group’s GSA contract extends the same savings of money and time to local agencies that can enact different projects by using funding made available as a result of current events.

“Mohawk Group knows that, with the difficult time we are all in, it is more important than ever to offer solutions that are not only quick and creative but effective as well,” said Earle Jenkins, vice president of government and education. “We understand the government and healthcare markets have been turned upside down in the current situation, and our goal is to make it safe and easy to obtain our flooring solutions and allow these professionals to continue their focus on more pressing issues.”

For the government and healthcare segments, Mohawk Group offers a wide portfolio that meets or exceeds all of the highest standards that customers require for their projects. Mohawk Group’s GSA contract includes broadloom, carpet tile, resilient tile and resilient sheet styles that meet a variety of sustainability certifications as well. To help meet tighter timelines, many of these flooring solutions are available to ship within 10 business days through Mohawk Group’s QuickShip program.

Mohawk Group said its employees continue to maintain social distancing within manufacturing plants and take proper precautions to mitigate risk of potential exposure to the coronavirus. Facilities will continue to operate for the foreseeable future.

To field quotes, questions and other requests related to GSA contracts, Mohawk Group has established dedicated communication channels, including phone number (800) 622-6228, ext. 45254, and government_customerservice@mohawkind.com.

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