How many acres of floorspace do facility managers have to cover, literally? And where can FMs, their interior designers and architects find all the tile and stone trends and solutions in one place? Coverings, of course, Coverings, April 22-25 in Atlanta.
Workplaces are evolving and office spaces are being revitalized after a long pause. Along with the varied spaces is the demand for a variety of flooring solutions mixing carpet tiles and broadloom with hard-surface luxury tiles and stones. Some decisions have been made about returning to the office, and companies are preparing new interiors to meet the needs of the hybrid workplace. Further, campus life is also changing, and more hard-surface is coming into student teaching spaces, computer labs and dormitories.
Coverings attracts thousands of distributors, retailers, stone fabricators, contractors, specifiers, architectural and design professionals, facility managers, builders, remodelers, as well as reporters and bloggers who cover the tile and stone industry. These industry professionals attend Coverings to explore the latest trends, source global products, network with industry peers, gain project inspiration, access information and to find solutions to grow their business.
Education sessions cover installation and fabrication, materials and trends, and workforce and profits.
Architects and designers have the opportunity to bring their facility manager clients to Coverings to see latest trends and find inspiration for their next remodeling project. Registered architects and designers can be joined by up to two client guests, at no cost to them or their clients, as they peruse thousands tile and stone innovations on display by 1,000+ global exhibitors.
The Bring Your Client to Coverings program is a huge hit with architect and designer attendees because it keeps their clients involved in the design process and exposes them to the wealth of options and resources available in the marketplace.
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