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Custom grille fabrication is an area in which Advanced Architectural Grilleworks truly excels. Combining old world cr...
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For the 12th year in a row, Boon Edam is the official turnstile sponsor of ISC East. The company will display 5 lanes...
A low leak, thermally efficient damper with insulated extruded aluminum vertical blades specially designed for reliab...
Maxxon Corporation is excited to announce the formation of a strategic leadership team to be led by Executive Vice Pr...
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Gate and fencing systems can be both functional and decorative. This course illustrates how architectural gate and fencing systems can be designed to meet modern security and design requirements while harmonizing with their surrounding environment. Fencing and gate systems are discussed in terms of their composition, materials, coatings, finishes, and performance in interior and exterior applications. Prerequisites: No Course Level: Introductory
The role of a fire-rated door is to maintain the integrity of a fire-rated enclosure in the event of a fire, giving building occupants enough time to exit the burning building. This course is an introduction to fire-rated doors and a general review of the fire codes that relate to fire doors and hardware, referencing 2012, 2015, and 2018 IBC; NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) regulations; and the ADAAG (Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines). Prerequisites: No Course Level: Introductory
New ACOUSTIBuilt Seamless Ceilings from Armstrong Look Like Drywall, Perform Like an Acoustical Ceiling