Webinar on Cork Flooring: From Forest to Factory to Flooring

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  1. Jim McClain

    Jim McClain TFP Owner/Founder Administrator

    FCICA to Host AIA Approved Webinar on Cork Flooring: From Forest to Factory to Flooring

    [​IMG]FCICA, the Flooring Contractors Association, will be hosting a webinar on Thursday August 15, 2013 at 11:00 am EST. Don Jewell of Capri Cork will present a webinar on Cork Flooring: From Forest to Factory to Flooring. Mr. Jewell will discuss four main points. First we will learn where cork comes from, next we will see how the cork is turned into flooring, then we will go into installation of finished tiles, and we will finish with where cork flooring should and should not be installed and time permitting get into some problems, causes, and cures. At the end of this seminar you should have a better understanding of why cork flooring is a great choice as a flooring material, how to properly install it, and where it might fit into your specifications or not!

    We are excited to announce that this webinar will be FCICA’s first AIA (American Institute of Architects) Approved CES (Continuing Education System) webinar. The AIA CES mission is to support AIA members in mastering new knowledge and skills to meet the changing requirements of the profession and to responsibly meet the role that society entrusts to architects. For this process you may register at the below referenced link. It is imperative that if you are an AIA member that you include your member ID so we can qualify you for your CES credits.

    Register today at www.FCICA.com. Registration deadline will be August 14, 2013 at 3:00 pm EST. Join FCICA for this intriguing AIA approved webinar on Cork Flooring: From Forest to Factory to Flooring.

    FCICA, headquartered in West Bloomfield, MI, is an international association organized to provide a unique network for problem solving, education and support, to enhance our members’ businesses and the flooring industry. Its vision is to be recognized by the floor covering design and construction industries as the commercial flooring contractors’ organization, providing the highest level of installation expertise, solutions and opportunities to network with industry experts. FCICA currently has members in 34 states, Guam and Canada. For more information about FCICA, please contact the office toll free at (877) TO-FCICA or 248-661-5015.

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