Content related to ‘Ceilings’
School facilities director wins 1,000 square feet of Armstrong® Ultima® ceiling panels to fix an ugly, sagging ceiling.
The integrated ceiling/lighting system is seismically tested and provides Category D, E, F performance without any independent support of the light fixture.
Ceilings are significant for both visual and acoustic comfort.
This “workhorse” commercial paint is formulated to meet the requirements of facility professionals.
Common issues to address involve aesthetics and acoustics.
Facility managers can get maximum performance by choosing the best ceiling type for their spaces. From the May 2013 issue.
This manufacturer of metal roofing and wall and ceiling panels has launched an app to provide facility professionals information about how its products can impact the appearance, function, and energy efficiency of their projects.
A monolithic design using LED lighting and complementary ceiling panels provides design flexibility without the constraints of traditional acoustical ceilings.
This building element has an impact on several areas of facility management.
This online tool documents the CertainTeed insulation, ceilings, and gypsum products that facility professionals use in their LEED projects.