Guide for Successful Installation of Thin (Gauged) Porcelain Tile Panels on Interior Walls and Floors (Print Course)

Gauged porcelain (thin) tile technology is exploding in the market and new standards are being developed for the tile and installation process.

This course will help you understand the benefits of gauged (thin) porcelain tile panels, installation methods and which are most appropriate for various applications, occupant and environmental health benefits, common failures and how to avoid them, as well as total project cost and timeline improvement opportunities.

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Sound Control in Architecture: Sound Transmission & Isolation for Wall, Ceiling & Floor Systems

This course will help interior designers and architects to better understand and effectively articulate the concept of sound transmission through walls, ceilings, and floors and how various products affect it.

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Design to Prevent Floor Squeaks

While wood-frame floor systems have maintained fairly consistent design standard for years, there remains a persistent issue with squeaks, pops and uneven flooring that may be the result of a combination of sub-par subflooring products or installation.

This course discusses subfloor assembly components and the high-performance standards and product innovations from frame to finish that are helping change the quality feel and sound of flooring systems.

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Architectural Cast-In-Place Concrete and White Cement

Material selection is one of the most important choices you will make to the overall outcome of your construction projects. Understanding how different material options impact your bottom line leads to better informed decision-making. This course highlights the advantages that durable, non-combustible, low-maintenance materials and finishes bring to your projects, why architectural and decorative concrete is the smart choice for buildings and floors, and why concrete is a sustainable option.

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Using the AWI Quality Certification Program (Print Course)

Complying with the Architectural Woodwork Standards can be a challenge for architects and builders. Third-party programs such as the Quality Certification Program, which was founded by AWI, are specifically designed for builders and architects hoping to achieve AWS compliance. This article will discuss how these programs work and how they can be leveraged to better achieve QCP certification and protect all stakeholders in the process.

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Emerging Trends in Commercial Flooring

Most current trends in tile, vinyl and wood flooring are the result of emerging technical advances, offering designers and architects enormous flexibility to create unique looks in non-traditional applications. Tiles that simulate real wood, vinyl flooring with a natural stone appearance, and wood flooring that can be used in wet areas are just some of the latest advancements. In this course contractors, designers and architects will learn how to apply current trends in tile, vinyl and wood flooring to gain a competitive advantage.

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DuPont Sorona: NeoCon 2013 Showroom Series

John Lyons, Global Business Development Manager at DuPont, introduces the company's innovative DuPont™ Sorona®, a renewably sourced, bio-based fiber with design applications for a host of global partners. Video produced and edited by Yokai Films. Sponsored by DuPont.

Please attend the 2015 NeoCon show to see the latest updates of commercial carpet made with DuPont™ Sorona®.

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Designed for Performance. Derived from Nature. Commercial carpet made with DuPont™ Sorona® renewably sourced fiber.

DuPont™ Sorona® is the most revolutionary material to enter the carpet industry in more than 60 years. Now, you can have a bio-based, beautiful backdrop for modern commercial designs while meeting high-performance requirements.

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Memorial Museum Depends On DuPont™ Sorona®-Based Carpet

In 2014 the National September 11th Memorial Museum officially opened its doors to the general public. With so much expected volume the design team had flooring chief among the material considerations. Read how this carpet fit the project, from aesthetics to durability.

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High-Performance Flooring Solutions for Specialty Environments

High-performance flooring specified for specialty environments can add a colorful presence and enhance the aesthetic appeal of the space. High-performance flooring gives a concrete flooring system the look and feel of an attractive, state-of-the-art space.

Choosing to specify high-performance flooring is a useful option that is durable, hard to damage and can have minimal upkeep. In addition, this flooring contributes to green sustainability and LEED credits.

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