Posts Tagged: floor safety in schools

As the school year winds down, maintenance crews prepare a rigorous schedule of repairs, restorations, and new additions during the school downtime period. It’s the optimal time to take on flooring projects – with minimal foot traffic on campus. At Black Bear, we partner with public and independent primary and secondary schools, as well as…

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Show your school spirit from the ground up. Once used solely as outdoor pavers and for utilitarian spaces such as storage and cafeterias, educational facilities are now turning to concrete solutions to enhance the overall look and feel of a school. Concrete has long been touted for its durability. Virtually indestructible, this surface is ideal…

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When school is out, facility maintenance crews move in. As the school year winds down, public districts, private schools, colleges, and universities assess their construction needs. The empty buildings and campuses pose an opportune time to make structural changes within the facilities, including the installation of new commercial flooring systems. While ease of maintenance and…

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When selecting school flooring material, it’s essential to think about the health and safety issues that could affect students and employees. Unfortunately, many traditional school flooring materials have been found to create health hazards. For example, the Asthma Regional Council of New England has found that carpet and vinyl flooring create health problems. To make…

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