On Tuesday, February 21, Ellen O’Brien of Inpro Corporation, will be providing an AIA HSW credited presentation titled “Durability by Design. Slowing the hands of time to keep buildings looking new.” We will be at the Citrus Restaurant in Milford.
OVERVIEW: Science teaches us that matter moves from order to disorder. Amazingly, the same thing can happen to buildings! What once was sparkling and new can eventually slide into disrepair. Building owners could simply surrender to it, or they can proactively take a stand and fight for their buildings. They can choose products that protect the interior from damage in the first place. Architects and interior designers can also slow the hands of time by thinking long term and specifying door and wall protection products . . . to not only preserve their design, but also as a service to building owners long after the ribbon is cut.
Board Meeting will be held from 5:00 until 6:00. Chapter members are welcome to attend (and encouraged).
Socializing will be from 6:00 until 6:30 with dinner orders taken about 6:15.
Cost for dinner and program is $40.00. Cash or check please, no credit cards.
CSI members are experts in building construction and the materials used therein and are dedicated to improving the communication of construction information.