Terrazzo Floor Systems - 1 LU/HSW
Thursday, September 10, 2020 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
Presented by: Terrazzo & Marble Supply Co.
AIA credits and certificates for this webinar will be issued by the presenting vendor.
Get a look at the three basic systems of sand cushion, epoxy, and polyacrylate terrazzo. We'll analyze the components and details of each system, from substrate preparation, primers and membranes, to strips, chips, and binders. We'll also look at performance and cost criteria, as well as design possibilities for each system.
- See journey-installed terrazzo projects to stimulate areas of your creative design talents, “limited only by your imagination.”
- Review the technical aspects of a successful terrazzo flooring or precast installation.
- Explore the many aspects of terrazzo flooring systems which address its correlation to the safest, most durable, and most healthy luxury flooring available to maximize your clients' wow factor.
- Learn how to design with unlimited color options and expertise in the terrazzo industry to uphold the integrity of your specification.
About the Speaker
Architectural Sales Consultant, Terrazzo & Marble Supply Co.
Mike Brawley has been in the Terrazzo and Natural Stone industry for 19 years. He has spent the entire time with Terrazzo & Marble Supply (T&M) based out of Wheeling, IL. He has held several positions including Terrazzo Customer Service, and his current position of Architectural Sales Consultant in which he covers the Chicagoland area along with Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado for Terrazzo and Marble.
Mike is a supplier member of the National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association (NTMA) and works to assist Architects, Interior Designers, and contractors in the specification and installation of Terrazzo Flooring and the Terroxy Resinous Flooring line. As an Architectural Sales Consultant he has also had the opportunity to visit and consult on numerous high-profile terrazzo projects throughout the country.
Other organizations in which Mike is actively involved include the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI Chicago Chapter & St. Louis Chapter), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), Ceramic Tile Contractors Association of Chicago and The Floor Coverings Association of America.