If you break down your elevator into its components and inspect each one, you might find only one or two things need replacing to make the cab look “new” again.
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Is your building putting its best foot forward? Once visitors, guest or customers come through your front door, the condition of your lobby is going to say volumes about your business.
Wait… you don’t know what an elevator panel is? Our team of experts are ready to help you start with your design, but here are a few elevator terms to help you get started!
If you’re thinking about putting Solar Shades in your building, selecting the right fabric is the first and most important step. Here’s what you need to know in order to select the right shade for your space.
When talking about building movement, thermal and seismic movement are generally the two categories that come to mind, but you should also be thinking about wind load!
Seems one can’t pick up an architecture or interior design magazine these days and not come across an article referencing biophilia. Certainly in the last few years this concept has become part of the main line buzz in design circles. It might be good for us to kind of go “back to the roots” by revisiting the founding definition or principles of biophilia.
Understanding your options when it comes to fire barrier protection.
Products like fire barriers play a key role in designing for life safety.
Here are five key factors for specifying solid surface in healthcare bathrooms and showers.
Specifying window treatments involves a lot of small details – from the way they are mounted, operated and hemmed to the measurements inside and outside the area of the window. So it’s no surprise that there are a lot of important terms to know!