Ecore, a manufacturer of safe, ergonomic and acoustic performance surfaces for commercial and athletic markets, is hosting a free performance surfaces CEU seminar titled “Defining Performance in Flooring: How Engineered Surfaces Are Changing and What Designers Should Demand From the Floor.” The course will be offered on May 19 and May 28 at 1 p.m. EST and will be presented by David Sides, director of sales, West for Ecore.
This Interior Design Continuing Education Council certified course will educate attendees on the following areas of performance flooring.
- Identifying the characteristics of performance in flooring, beyond typical expectations
- Defining key terms and criteria to achieve flooring performance, focusing on three areas with a direct impact on users — safety, ergonomics and acoustics
- Comparing the performance needs of different types of spaces — including commercial, healthcare, education and hospitality — and providing examples of how flooring was specified in specific projects to achieve performance objectives
- Examining new options now available with engineered performance flooring that can be tailored for the individual design and performance goals of any space
To register for this CEU course, visit https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=nbehKyccm066nw8eqv9a7uIa7dIXX4BHsoITMgBsvFNUOTZHWThGNjhOV1cxMk1UN1RWVTBHM1dIQi4u.
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To learn more about Ecore, please visit http://www.ecoreintl.com/.
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