While universities and hotels are typically looked upon as high-capacity establishments, rarely do we stop to think about the large scope and scale of government edifices across North America. Courthouses, government housing facilities, town halls, Army, Navy and Marine barracks and more house numerous citizens daily and must be renovated and revamped routinely to accommodate occupants.
For that reason, The Refinishing Touch has worked diligently over the years to provide government edifices – from your local courtroom through to the White House – with cost-effective, on-site, eco-friendly furniture asset management services.
In the December issue of Military Club & Hospitality, a military lodging special feature entitled ‘New projects focus on sustainability’ outlined the government’s goals, plans and accomplishments in the sustainable development sector – most notably, designing each building to LEED Silver specifications.
By integrating sustainable materials, practices and processes from the start, establishments can go green largely hassle-free. When it comes time to renovate, facility managers seeking alternatives to buying new can achieve cost reductions, landfill diversion, smaller carbon footprints, time-efficiency and like-new look and feel by implementing refinishing, re-upholstery and remanufacturing.
We look forward to working alongside decision-makes towards the completion more environmentally-responsible, LEED-certified government edifices.
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