Owners look to you for products that help buildings look better longer. Greater expectations for space utilization and project design are reframing how traditional building products should contribute to the efficient use of resources and promote well-being for the occupant. This course will highlight coating innovations engineered to work harder. We will walk through the new generation of coatings and review how they can be utilized on new and renovation projects.
- Learning Objective 1: Introduce the next generation of interior coatings, and discuss their applicability to promote occupant well-being and minimize resource usage on new construction and renovation projects.
- Learning Objective 2: Introduce an exterior coating technology that is able to self-clean, resulting in lower maintenance costs for the owner.
- Learning Objective 3: Review the conditions that merit a concrete restoration and protection system, minimizing the environmental impact and cost of total resurfacing.
- Learning Objective 4: Learn how new technologies also support green building standards, sustainable building practices, and meet stringent VOC regulations.
Session Learning Level: Basic: Up to 5 years of experience recommended
Session Credits: 1.0 AIA LU/HSW
CSI Certification Credits: 1.0 hour towards CDT, CCS, CCPR
Intended Audiences: Architects, Contractors, Developers, Facility Managers, Interior Designers, Project Managers, Property Managers, Owners, Specifiers, Students
Sponsor Name: The Sherwin Williams Company