Our portfolio represents a sample of projects ReSource Washington is proud to have worked on. We invite you to click on any of these projects to explore and see more.

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Bellevue, WA
August 3rd, 2011

Architect: BOWE Company, Inc.
Contractor: Gordon Werner

The Arena Net project in Bellevue, WA used a variety of materials to give the office a sleek and professional appearance. 6,700 square feet of Pioneer Millworks wood flooring was used to give the main entrance an upscale polished feel. More than 5,000 square yards of 5 different styles of carpet tile were used. 3,000 square feet of VCT and SDT, 450 square feet of tile and 86 square yards of linoleum were also used to complete the project.

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Google Kirkland

Kirkland, WA

ReSource Washington installed carpet tile, vinyl, and wood flooring throughout Google's Kirkland facility.

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Steelhead Partners

Bellevue, WA

At the Steelhead Partners office in downtown Bellevue there was a wide range of materials used. The project included 2,500 square feet of stone accenting the main entrance reception area and lining the main corridor. 900 square yards of carpet throughout the offices and conference rooms. 225 square feet of Artigo rubber flooring, 720 square feet of cork flooring and 100 square feet of glass tile were also used throughout the office.

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Redmond, WA

Architect: JPC Architecture

The Univar project, located in Redmond Washington, was designed by JPC architects and included carpet tile, broadloom, stone, linoleum, ceramic tile and wood. The project included both floor and wall tile designs and impressive transitions from carpet tile and broadloom to other flooring materials.

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Waggener Edstrom

Bellevue, WA

Contractor: Turner Construction

The Waggener Edstrom project located in Bellevue, Washington was completed with Turner Construction and included a wide variety of flooring materials. The project included five different styles of Shaw carpet tile as well as resilient rubber flooring, wood and stone. The wood used on the project was a reclaimed wood flooring, which helped to increase the sustainability of the project.