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Floor-to-Ceiling Solutions

For more than 50 years, Tate has been recognized worldwide as an industry leader in the research, development, and manufacture of commercial building and data center interior infrastructure solutions. Whether it’s providing integrated high-end raised floor finishes to complete a project’s signature look, or designing customized airflow and infrastructure solutions for the data centers of tomorrow - or anything else in between - we have built our business on a passion for making buildings more affordable, efficient, flexible, and sustainable.

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Featured Case Studies

350 Mission Street

350 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA

Market: Office

Finishes: Wood, Multi-Piece Porcelain, & Carpet

The first LEED Platinum high-rise in San Francisco, 350 Mission Street uses underfloor air and service distribution under custom hybrid panels, allowing for flexibility, energy efficiency, and improved daylighting.

Exelon Exterior

Exelon Headquarters

Baltimore, MD

Market: Office

Finishes: Porcelain & Carpet

Exelon's Baltimore headquarters is the largest LEED Platinum certified project in the mid-Atlantic, showcasing forward-looking technology and sustainability with underfloor service and air distribution and high-end architectural finishes.


Internal Revenue Service

Kansas City, MO

Market: Government

Finishes: Resilients & PosiTile Carpet

The IRS created an efficient, environmentally responsible building that could easily accommodate variable numbers of employees with the use of access floors employing underfloor air and service distribution - maximizing flexibility and providing a healthy workspace.


Starlight Casino

New Westminister, BC

Market: Casino

Finishes: PosiTile Carpet

Modern and sustainable casino facility which won a People's Choice award for sustainability, universal access, and modern development for its use of access floors with underfloor air distribution which increased air quality while reducing energy costs.


Census Bureau

Washington, DC

Market: Government

Finishes: Wood, Vinyl, Terrazzo, & PosiTile Carpet

On track for a LEED Silver certification, the Census Bureau created a fully modular workspace with the use of underfloor air and service distribution, while the high-end architectural finishes of the access floors provide a visually striking aesthetic.

John Hopkins University - Malone Hal

John Hopkins University Malone Hall

Baltimore, MD

Market: Education

Finishes: Terrazzo

A multi-use educational space currently pursing LEED Gold certification, JHU Malone Hall features beautiful terrazzo floors incorporating underfloor air distribution to suit sustainability and specific application needs.

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