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Our Daydream Palette is here! Learn more about this inspirational interior design color palette in this on-demand webinar video and overview.
Learn how patient and resident falls continue to plague hospitals and long-term care facilities and possible solutions to help.
Learn how an integrated healthcare design approach creates facilities that can easily be kept clean and safe.
Safe Stay seeks to change hotel industry norms, behaviors and standards to ensure both hotel guests and employees are confident in the cleanliness and safety of hotels once travel resumes.
Foam is great, but it’s not your only option. Understanding your options when it comes to fire barrier protection.
If you’re in the midst of planning a construction project, getting the fire barriers right is critical for safety. Here are seven critical factors your team should consider to make sure you choose and utilize your fire barrier correctly.
Learn about six important new trends for senior living interior design to try in 2021, from picking finishes to improving resident wellness.
Mark Alan, senior vice president, product management and development at Inpro, joined eight other industry leaders for a roundtable discussion on the role healthcare design products play in the broader infection control landscape during and after COVID-19.
“Hidden” water threats found in Clean Rooms and Commercial Kitchens can have big consequences. Learn more about the solution built to eliminate failure points and greatly reduce water infiltration.