Month: January 2023

REHAU Introduces RAUVISIO ingrain Wood Fiber Laminate Industry News Sustainable Practices

REHAU Introduces RAUVISIO ingrain Wood Fiber Laminate

REHAU announces its surface line, RAUVISIO ingrain wood fiber laminate, which combines natural wood fibers with synchronized etching for a luxurious veneer aesthetic. New to the North American market, wood fiber laminate is cellulose fibers ...

Call for Submissions: The International Surface Fabricators Association’s 2023 Awards Program Awards Industry News

Call for Submissions: The International Surface Fabricators Association’s 2023 Awards Program

The International Surface Fabricators Association (ISFA) will open its annual awards program, the ISFA Awards, beginning February 1, 2023. The program honors excellence in application design, fabrication and installation of projects using manufactured surfacing materials ...

The Ongoing Evolution of Jobsite Connectivity Featured Articles Technology

The Ongoing Evolution of Jobsite Connectivity

By Gregg Wartgow, contributing writer for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) The vision is there. Wouldn’t it be great if the entire jobsite — the general contractor, subs, designers, owners, equipment vendors and material ...

Corian Design To Highlight Newest Colors and Designs at 2023 NAHB International Builders’ Show Industry News

Corian Design To Highlight Newest Colors and Designs at 2023 NAHB International Builders’ Show

DuPont Corian Design announces its participation in the NAHB International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, NV, January 31–February 2, 2023. Corian Design will feature its multi-material product portfolio, highlighting the newest color and design inspirations ...

Healthy Residence Halls Promote Student Physical Activity, Use Sustainable Construction Materials Case Studies Featured Articles

Healthy Residence Halls Promote Student Physical Activity, Use Sustainable Construction Materials

In 1984, the World Health Organization suggested that up to 30% of new and renovated buildings had excessive complaints related to indoor air quality, which was directly related to Sick Building Syndrome. According to the ...