H.J. Martin and Son has added Tate access flooring to its line of commercial solutions. The company becomes an authorized Tate representative, serving Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan for the installation of access flooring.
The addition of the Tate product line is part of H.J. Martin and Son’s acquisition of White Enterprises on Jan. 1, 2016. White Enterprises owner Dave White, who has represented Tate since 1970, will serve as a consultant to H.J. Martin and Son.
“We are excited to see the legacy of Dave White and White Enterprises carry on through H.J. Martin and Son,” says Dave Bessert, Midwest regional manager for Tate. “H.J. Martin is an old-line, established company, diverse in its offerings, and we look forward to working with it.”
Access flooring offers a cost-effective, flexible solution that is adaptable throughout the life of a building as needs and technologies evolve. Popular for data centers, the next-generation Tate airflow management solution offers improvement in HVAC energy efficiency and indoor air quality, along with being friendly to projects striving for LEED certification.
“We pride ourselves on being the one-call solution for construction professionals and facility managers,” says Martin. “Access flooring complements the wide array of commercial solutions we already offer, and partnering with an industry leader in Tate provides the high level of quality associated with H.J. Martin and Son.
“Having the expertise of Dave White available to us will ensure a smooth transition.”
Available finishes in the Tate access-flooring line include porcelain, terrazzo, hardwood, soft tile, concrete, high-pressure laminate (HPL), and carpet.
Access flooring is used in commercial projects ranging from corporate headquarters, office buildings, government structures that include courthouses and libraries, financial institutions, medical facilities, casinos, and university buildings. It often is the best solution for architects, designers, engineers, contractors, owners, and developers.