Invista’s Antron nylon takes home Starnet Design Award

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Bonitz-USC chemistry lab

Kennesaw, Ga.—Invista recognized the winners of the 22nd annual Starnet Design Awards that used carpets constructed of Antron nylon fiber in their installations.

The following Starnet winners featured carpet styles manufactured with Antron nylon fiber by Mannington Commercial Carpet:

Placentia Linda Hospital by Universal Metro

(Silver Winner for Unique Installation Challenge)

Vanessa Behan by Great Floors
(Bronze Winner for Mixed-Use Developments)

Advent Health Medical Office Building by Regents Flooring
(Bronze Winner for Healthcare)

Belmont Elementary School by Great Floors
(Bronze Winner for Unique Installation Challenge)

University of South Carolina Instructional Chemistry Lab by Bonitz Flooring Group
(Bronze Winner for Education)

“All of these winning installations showcase how carpet can meet both aesthetic design objectives and long-term performance objectives for the space,” said Stacy Dobbs, senior business development manager for North America at Invista. “Carpets manufactured with Antron carpet fiber have significant benefits in stain and soil resistance as well as texture retention, and will meet the client’s performance expectations for the clients for years.”

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