Durable tile prepares school for next generation of students

December 20, 2010 |
Armstrong flooring

Enterprise Middle School in Compton, Calif., was in such a state of disrepair that NBC selected it for a makeover on the show “School Pride.” The renovation included Armstrong’s Migrations BioBased Tile, made with BioStride. Tested as five times more impact resistant and 2.5 times more crack resistant than standard composition tile, this polymer is durable enough for high-traffic hallways. BioStride is made with rapidly renewable ingredients, 10% recycled content, and low VOCs, helping the school to earn LEED points.

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