Month: November 2011

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Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 43, № 1 (What to Test For When You Don't Know What To Test For)

 Volume: 43 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

Having problems with flooring materials, sundries and substrates is an everyday occurrence. Some problems are easy to determine but others may be more complex than a simple cursory observation will reveal. For almost every problem that exists, with any flooring material, there is a test which will determine if who's being exhibited is a defect in the product or caused by some other influence. Sometimes it may be that a test will reveal the wrong product was used for a particular application or that, believe it or not, a product was incorrectly pulled and shipped. How are you to know?

Floor Trends Magazine: Vol. 13, № 11 (November 2011)

 Volume: 13 |  Issue: 11 |  Download

On The Cover:
An installation of Caesar's More large-format porcelain tile at Brocade Communications' 560,000 sq. ft. campus in San Jose, Calif. Architect/designer: Robbin McDonald, Mindi Weichman, Karen Letteney and Darryl Jackson (RMW architecture & interiors). Contractor: DeAnza Tile and Reputable Tile. Distributor: Helena Jausas, SpecCeramics Inc. of San Francisco. Photo by Bernard Andre, courtesy of Ceramics of Italy.

PROBuilder: Vol. 76, № 11 (November 2011)

 Volume: 76 |  Issue: 11 |  Download

Saun Sullivan, partner with DSLD Homes Inc. (Professional Builder's 2011 Builder of the Year), visits the site of one of his company’s new homes in Denham Springs, La.


Building Design+Construction: Vol. 52, № 11 (November 2011)

 Volume: 52 |  Issue: 11 |  Download

Georgia Institute of Technology’s Hinman Research Building in Atlanta was named a Platinum Award winner in BD+C’s 2011 Reconstruction Awards. Designed by Lord Aeck & Sargent in collaboration with Office dA, the hanging mezzanine – dubbed “The Hammock” by students – was created by repurposing a large bridge crane to support a tapered floor structure.

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