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More than 30 different types of porcelain, glass and natural stone tile was utilized to decorate the new Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center in College Station, TX
June 7, 2020
The new Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center is located on the Texas A&M University campus, directly across from Kyle Field stadium. The 8-story, 252,000-square-foot hotel and conference center officially opened in August 2018.
Today, one of the fastest-growing trends in the construction industry is to “go green.” People increasingly like knowing that their choices will make a difference when it comes to concerns about climate change, air and water quality, and the conservation of energy and natural resources.
Piero Fornasetti was a versatile Italian artist known for his eclectic works. Deemed one of the most prolific figures of the 20th century, Fornasetti collaborated with a range of other artists from the 1930s to 1980s to create various artworks, from engravings to furniture.
When renovating an upscale residence in Portland, OR, installers implemented ceramic tile designs on the walls, two intricate marble mosaics on the floors and an underfloor heating system in the main bathrooms
Southwest Hills is an upscale residential neighborhood in Portland, OR. For one residence within the exclusive area, a couple of homeowners opted for a new take on his-and-hers bathrooms when renovating their 1908 home.
Excess moisture from concrete subfloors can cause serious problems with all types of flooring. These range from aesthetic problems to health and safety hazards. Here are four ugly consequences when moisture is trapped beneath a flooring system.
The wedi Vapor 85 is a variant of the wedi Building Panel and is designed for installations in steam showers and steam rooms. It serves as a strong vapor retarder and exceeds the minimum requirements set by the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) for vapor retarders used in continuous steam rooms.
The C555 Electronic Concrete Moisture Meter from Wagner Meters gives you a speedy indication of high and low moisture zones in a concrete slab. This capability gives you optimal targeting of areas to place ASTM F2170 in situ probe sensors.
USG Durock™ Brand Liquid Waterproofing and Crack Isolation Membrane is a liquid-applied waterproofing and crack isolation membrane and vapor retarder for use in both residential and commercial tile and stone applications. It is ideal for waterproofing floors and walls in showers and other wet areas.
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we delved into the topic of Gauged Porcelain Tile. Through various case studies and a detailed technical focus by Jim Whitfield at MAPEI, learn more about the evergrowing topic that is currently dominating the tile market. Also, don’t forget to check out our product showcase, which highlights the newest tile tools and accessories that have been introduced.
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