Spaces That Serve
We make a Smarter Impact with accessible products that can honor the overall design intent, from focused workspaces to vibrant library centers.
How Can Flooring Build Community?
Government consists of important places where people come together in the service, governance and upkeep of community life. When designing flooring for these spaces, we carefully consider movement, maintenance, public funding and a broad diversity of usage.
Our insights lead to simple sourcing solutions that ease procurement and installation, while our wide range of American-made products supports the Buy American Act. From federal offices to local libraries, our high-performance flooring inspires pride in each community.
Joy Squared LVT
Save Funds for What Matters
From lessening time in the product selection and procurement phase, to replacing or maintaining your flooring, time is money. Select a partner that can add time back into the timeline, and spend your funds on what matters most.
Joy Squared LVT
Government procurement can be a complicated process. Shaw Contract has select carpet tile and LVT styles that meet the Canadian government flooring specification. Your local Shaw Contract account manager can recommend a flooring solution based on your unique project.
Design for Community Impact
Narita International Airport by Nikken Sekkei Ltd
Our Government segment provides solutions for:
Department of Defense Buildings
Federal Government Offices
Local Community Spaces
Local Government Offices
Solutions for Service
Harold Washington Library Center by Gensler
Harold Washington Library
Conceived under the Chicago Public Library’s vision as a “home of the curious,” Harold Washington’s space begins with the concept of an empty box — the idea that a child will transform their own environment according to their individual curiosities and interests, making kids active participants in their own education.
Calgary Central Library by Snøhetta
Calgary Central Library
The library provides spaces for all types of people and activities as such, the space was organized on a spectrum from ‘fun’ to ‘serious.’