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About  Us

 

Incorporated in 1963 Ayotte and King, family owned second generation Commercial and Industrial Flooring and Tile Company, has continually demonstrated its high standards to provide a beautiful finish with guaranteed sustain. 

With a strong focus on execution of our customer’s needs, we pride ourselves to deliver solutions that are successfully developed, fielded, utilized on time and within budget.

Thankfully, we have grown to one of the largest union flooring companies in Western Massachusetts. Mostly due to the growth mindset of focusing on our customer’s needs, exemplifying the job-to-be-done.

Come on in and enjoy our showroom, we have designed a constant updated library with Architects, designers and General contractors in mind. (See pic)

THIN PORCELAIN WORKSHOP
Western Mass. Local 3 Members engaged during the latest seminar on Thin Porcelain Tile. Hosted by Local 3 and it's members, Ardex and The Belnap group.

Techncal Director Mark Pennine ,Technical Field Rep Tim Aheimer and Western Mass Rep Dean Cavicchi of Ardex Americas , along with Peter Keenan of Crossville contribute to the instruction on how to handle and install these large sheets of Porcelain.

Local 3 constantly providing Ayotte and King with some of the most talented craftsmen in the region including Local 3 Tilesetter Instructor Paul Glukhov. Paul has been with Ayotte and King for over a decade and a half.

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Present Projects

  • Amherst College - Science Building

    Charged with promoting interaction among students in the sciences, across departments and with the campus, the New Science Center at Amherst College creates an open and accessible learning environment for the entire campus community.

     

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  • Williams College Science Center Renewal Project

    The Science Center Renewal Project includes design and construction for a new 178,000 square foot science building addition to the existing Unified Science Center. Includes two buildings; one (south building) ~77,000sqft and the other (north building) ~101,000sf

     

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  • View additional projects for 2017.

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