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SSE replaces flooring in 23 Fulton County School gyms

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Southeastern Surfaces & Equipment, 5485 Hedgewick Way, Cumming, Ga., recently completed an unprecedented floor-installation project in the Fulton County School District, and the students and faculty of the transformed elementary schools already are feeling the impact.

SSE installed new flooring in the gymnasiums of nearly two dozen Fulton County elementary schools, giving several historic buildings a new lease on life and the schools’ athletic programs renewed energy. The massive undertaking had Southeastern Surfaces & Equipment’s staff removing carpet in the facilities and installing 110,000 square feet of Sport M Plus flooring, a product of Taraflex/Gerflor. The flooring is known for its optimal safety and 35-percent shock absorption benefits.

“We are very pleased with the gym installation project,” said Dunwoody Springs Elementary School Principal Ivy Freeman. “The transformation from dirty, outdated carpeting to the beautiful new floors is incredible. The space looks much larger and we’re proud to show it off to our students and parents. We will be able to use the gym for so many more events now…”

“What a difference!” said Jacqueline Jones, Physical Education Teacher at Love T. Nolan Elementary School. “The entire school was so excited to see that the carpet had finally been removed,” said Jones. “Our gym looks so much larger and brighter. What’s more, it smells good!”

Schools in Alpharetta, Atlanta, Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Palmetto, Roswell, Sandy Springs and Union City received the installations. Schools with the new flooring are:

  • Heritage Elementary, College Park
  • M.M. Bethune Elementary, College Park
  • S.L .Lewis Elementary, College Park
  • Love T. Nolan Elementary, College Park
  • Oakley Elementary, Union City
  • Liberty Point Elementary, Union City
  • Renaissance Elementary, Fairburn
  • A. Phillip Randolph Elementary, Atlanta
  • Hamilton E Holmes Elementary, East Point
  • Conley Hills Elementary, East Point
  • Parklane Elementary, East Point
  • Woodland Elementary, Sandy Springs
  • Dunwoody Springs Elementary, Sandy Springs
  • Barnwell Elementary, Johns Creek
  • State Bridge Crossing Elementary, Johns Creek
  • Wilson Creek Elementary, Johns Creek
  • Findley Oaks Elementary, Johns Creek
  • Abbotts Hill Elementary, Johns Creek
  • Hembree Springs Elementary, Roswell
  • Roswell North Elementary, Roswell
  • Mountain Park Elementary, Roswell
  • Sweet Apple Elementary, Roswell
  • Summit Hill Elementary, Alpharetta

“We are delighted to have earned the trust and confidence of Fulton County Schools by being selected to perform this complex, fast-track project,” said Mark Stemple of SSE’s office in Cumming, Ga., who managed the project. “The revamping of these 23 schools will greatly affect the ability of the school system to continue to offer their students the highest-quality facilities for their physical education programs.”

Added Stemple: “It has truly been our pleasure to be such an integral part of this massive undertaking. Our congratulations to Fulton County Schools for their vision and dedication to their students.”

Fulton County is the fourth-largest school district system in Georgia, where nearly 95,000 students attend classes in 58 elementary schools, 19 middle schools, 15 high schools and six charter schools.

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