Month: March 2016

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Click below to access issues from these leading industry publications for: Month: March 2016.

Building Stone Magazine: Vol. 38, № 1 (Spring 2016)


 Volume: 38 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

ON THE COVER:
Occupying the first 21 levels of “One57” or “The Billionaire’s Building,” as it is popularly known, Park Hyatt’s flagship hotel on West 57th Street in New York City exudes a sophisticated ambiance with an extensive amount of Bianco Piove marble employed throughout its interior design. In the majority of the guestroom bathrooms, the material was used in a standard 12- x 24-inch format for the floor and walls. The stone was chosen for its elegant look and ability to create a soothing and relaxing effect. Story begins on page 56.

TILE Magazine: Vol. 13, № 2 (March / April 2016)


 Volume: 13 |  Issue: 2 |  Download

On the cover: Tile manufacturers have ramped it up, and as a result, tile collections resembling natural material are looking more authentic than ever. Thin porcelain tile has also hit the top of the popularity scale. The Stile thin porcelain tile series from M S International is an example of how porcelain tile can replicate the aesthetic of marble so well. With its minimal thickness, the product line is ideal for oor and wall applications. To view more new product introductions, turn to the TISE West 2016 product offerings beginning on page 48 of this issue.

Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 90, № 1 (Concrete Curing Admixtures, Additives, and Topical Applications – Again)


 Volume: 90 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

Installing floor covering materials of any kind and floor preparation treatments such as leveling agents and feather finishes is challenging enough without impeding their effectiveness with a barrier. We’ve discussed before the use of Fly Ash in concrete and how, if in high enough quantity it can prevent anything from bonding or sticking to concrete substrates.

The flooring industry, and anyone else involved in flooring which includes the General Contractor, Architect, Designer, Facilities Managers and owners are facing another obstacle to successful floor covering installations due to the use of concrete admixtures, additives and topical applications.

Unfortunately this action has moved us from the frying pan into the fire. Worse yet a bill of goods on these systems are being sold to Architects and General Contractors and the systems are being written into the construction specs. This forces the flooring contractor to either install the flooring material and face imminent failure or not do so and face legal action.

Floor Trends Magazine: Vol. 18, № 3 (March 2016)


 Volume: 18 |  Issue: 3 |  Download

ON THE COVER:
Amarela Heartwood in Tuscan Sun, part of Armstrong's "Best" collection of Vivero LVT.

Vireo features Diamond10 technology, a diamond-infused coating designed to make the product extremely durable and resistant to spills and stains, according to the company.

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