Given the varied use of educational facility spaces – from classrooms to kitchens to gymnasiums - the selection of proper floor and wall surfaces is a complex decision involving many environmental considerations. The right system protects your investment, the wrong system could result in costly repairs, damage to the building and its contents, possibly an early replacement, regulatory citation or disruption to students and faculty. During the presentation, the presenter will discuss the following learning objectives to get a better understanding of resinous floor and wall surfaces for educational facilities.
During this discussion, we will hear about relevant updates regarding the field of architecture in our state, including legislative and regulatory updates from David Crawford, as well as potential economic impacts of COVID-19. Catherine will cover updates relevant to licensure and the North Carolina Board of Architecture.