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INTA201 MATERIALS AND SPECIFICATIONS

Week 5 Assignment 2: Course Project-


Documenting Finishes and Final
Compilation

Arlene Plaza
PART 1
INTA201 MATERIALS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Week 5 Assignment 2: Course Project-
Documenting Finishes

Arlene Plaza
INTA201 Materials & Specifications
Contact File of Materials and Finishes

Product Type Commercial Doors

Product Features WindsorONE


(properties of the 10+” bottom rail satisfies ADA requirements
material or finish and its Wider Stiles to accommodate commercial hardware
source, application, and LEED V4 Credit
reliability; refer to 80”-84” x 30”-42”
assignment criteria) Solid Core- sound reducing, durable.
Weather Resistant
5 EPA registered and globally accepted carbon based preservatives
Approved AWPA Cat UC2 and UC3A
WDMA IS-4 Standard
Low VOC & California Hippie Approved

Name of the Clearly Millwork


Manufacturer or
Supplier

Location Somerset, MA

Contact Name Customer Support

E-mail support@clearymillwork.com

Phone 800-899-4533

Website http://www.clearlymillwork.com
INTA201 Materials & Specifications
Contact File of Materials and Finishes

Product Type Laminate

Product Features Formica®


(properties of the Myriad Ribbonwood 863
material or finish and its Sheet widths: 30” (762mm), 36" (914mm), 48" (1219mm), 60" (1524mm)
source, application, and Sheet lengths: 96" (2438mm, 120" (3048mm), 144" (3658mm)Melamine-
reliability; refer to impregnated decorative surface papers are combined with phenolic-treated
assignment criteria) kraft paper and consolidated in a press at high pressures. The sheet back is
sanded to maintain a uniform thickness and facilitate bonding.
ANSI/NEMA LD3-2005, Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards and ANSI
161.2-1998 Standards.
FMVSS 302
NSF Standard 35
ASTM-G22 Approved
Greenguard Certification

Name of the Formica®


Manufacturer or
Supplier

Location 10155 Reading Road


Cincinnati, Ohio 45241-5279
Contact Name Sales Representative

E-mail http://www.formica.com/en/us/contact-us

Phone (513) 786-3578

Website http://www.formica.com
INTA201 Materials & Specifications
Contact File of Materials and Finishes

Product Type Solid Surfacing

Product Features Formica®


(properties of the Black Lava 501
material or finish and its 2’6” x 12’
source, application, and Chemically resistant
reliability; refer to Easy to Clean & Maintain
assignment criteria) Hygienic
Fire Resistant
Impact Resistant
Water Resistant
Stain Resistant
NSF Standard 35
ASTM-G22 Approved
Greenguard Certification
Name of the Formica®
Manufacturer or
Supplier

Location 10155 Reading Road


Cincinnati, Ohio 45241-5279
Contact Name Sales Representative

E-mail http://www.formica.com/en/us/contact-us

Phone (513) 786-3578

Website http://www.formica.com
INTA201 Materials & Specifications
Contact File of Materials and Finishes

Product Type Laminated Lookers

Product Features Wisconsin Bench Manufacturing


(properties of the REplay® Laminate Lockers
material or finish and its Fully Finished Back and Toe Kick
source, application, and 5 Compartment with door 15”W, 72”H, 18”D
reliability; refer to
assignment criteria)

Name of the WB Mfg


Manufacturer or
Supplier

Location Somerset, MA

Contact Name Lore Nowobielski

E-mail lore@wibench.com

Phone 608.642.0697 ext. 141

Website www.wibenchmfg.com
DESIGN CONCEPT
 Our goal for the Health Fitness Center is to create
an energetic and healthy environment where
clients can enjoy and get the best of the
resources they offer. The Health Fitness Center will
be appropriate for different age groups and
convenient for a great diversity of customer
backgrounds; it will welcome you in with bright
energetic colors, black and gray would be the
predominant colors while a radiant lime green
will accentuate the walls creating a natural and
FINISH LEGEND-PAINT

P-1 P-2 P-3

Manufacturer: Benjamin
Moore

P-2
Product name: Ultra
Spec SCUFF-X® Manufacturer: Benjamin
Color number: Black Manufacturer: Benjamin Moore Moore
2132-10 Product name: Ultra Spec Product name: Aura Interior
VOC content: 86.0 SCUFF-X® Paint
Color number: Soho Loft CPS-
Finish: Satin Color number: Bright Lime 2015- 10
10 VOC content: 0
VOC content: 86.0 Finish: Satin
Finish: Satin
FINISH LEGEND-PAINT

SUNLIGHT LIGHTBULB

HALOGEN BULB
CARPET

CPT-1
Manufacturer: Mohawk Industries
Style: BT430 Disruptive Path Tile CPT-2
Size: 12” X 36” Manufacturer: Shawn Contract®
Fiber: Colorstrand® SD Nylon Product name and type (description):
Gauge: 1/12 Drift Tile 5T142
Tufted weight: Color number: Breeze 38515
Dye method: Solution Dyed Dimensions: 9” X 36”
Backing: EcoFlex NXT
Flammability testing: ASTM E 648 Class 1 (Glue Down)
FINISH LEGEND-
FLOORING

FL-1 FL-2 FL-3


Manufacturer: Armstrong Manufacturer: Mohawk Industries Manufacturer: Mohawk
Commercial Flooring Product name and type Industries
Product name and type (description): Floating LVT/ Product name and type
(description): Slip Retardant UV-Cured Commercial Grade (description): Rubber
Flooring/ Urethane Homogeneous
Safety Zone Sheet Color number: Dark Gray-06 Color number: Polished Pewter
Color number: 31501 Slip resistance: 133
Slip resistance: 09 65 16 Dimensions: 9” X 36” Slip resistance:
(Resilient Sheet Flooring) or 09 Fire resistance: ASTM F-1700 - Dimensions: 35 11/16” x 35
65 16 23 (Vinyl Sheet Flooring) Class III, Type A - Smooth, 11/16”, 17 13/16” x 17 13/16”
Dimensions: 2 m x 20 m x 2.0 Type B - Embossed Fire resistance: ASTM F 1344 -
mm FloorScore® certified Rubber Tile, Class 1, A or B
Fire resistance: ASTM 1514,
FINISH LEGEND- WALL

WC-1 WC-2
Manufacturer: Patty Madden Cache Manufacturer: Henry Domke
Style: Type II Wallcovering Style: Graphic Vinyl Wall Covering
Color/code: Marisol Carbon/ LXC-MAS- Color or code: Cattail 1871
13 Dimensions: 24’ X 36’
Dimensions: 54” Pattern repeat if applicable:
Pattern repeat if applicable: 0” Material backing if applicable: Terralon
Material backing if applicable: NSF/ANSI: Federal Specification: CCC-°©-408-°©-
NSF/ANSI: Class A Fire Rated/Class A Pass D Type II
NFPA Life Safety Code 101: Meets or Exceeds
FINISH LEGEND-Finish Materials

WF-1 WF-2 WF-3 WF-4


Manufacturer: Manufacturer: Manufacturer: Manufacturer:
Forms+Surfaces® Forms+Surfaces® Forms+Surfaces® Forms+Surfaces®
Style: Quartz Style: Wood Veneer Style: Edge-lit LED panels Style: ViviSpectra
Color/code: Crinkle ™ Color or code: LightPlane Panels have been Zoom Glass
Dimensions: 48" x 120" American ETL tested and certification Color or code: Pearlex
CherryW/Dark has been met for the Dimensions: 8mm
Mahogany Stain following: • UL 48 - UL NFPA and IBC class A fi
Dimensions: 36” x 108” Standard for Safety for re rated and UBC class
NFPA and IBC class A fi (Interior) Electric Signs • UL 1 fi re rated
re rated and UBC class 8750 - UL Standard for Safety
1 fi re rated for Light Emitting Diodes (LED)
• CSA C22.2 - Canadian
Standard for (Interior) Portable
Materials

MW-1 MW-2 MW-3 MW-4


Manufacturer: Formica Manufacturer: Formica Manufacturer: REplay® Manufacturer:
Style: Solid Surface Style: Laminate Style: Laminate Lockers WindsorONE
Color/code: Black Lava Color/code: Myriad Fully Finished Back and Style: Commercial
501 Ribbonwood 863 Toe Kick door
Dimensions: 2’6” x 12’ Dimensions: Multiple Dimensions: 5 Dimensions: 80”-84” x
Fire Resistant Fire Resistant: Grade Compartment with 30”-42”
NSF Standard 35 32, 50 door 15”W, 72”H, 18”D Weather Resistant
ASTM-G22 AWPA Cat UC2 and
WC-2

JUICE BAR
MW-1
JUICE BAR
CPT-
P-2 P-1
1
WC-2

MW-1

WC-2

FLOOR PAINT

SURFACE FINISH WALL FINISH WALLCOVERI COUNTERTOP


WF-2 WF-3
WC-
2 NG MW-1
WC-
1

RECEPTION WF-1

AND JUICE
BAR
ELEVATION
WC-
2

PLAN WF-2
WC-1 WF-4 WC-1
MW-2
FL-2
WF-1
RECEPTION FL-1
RECEPTION

FL-2

P-1

FLOOR
FL-1

PAINT

WALL FINISH WALLCOVERIN


SURFACE FINISH SURFACE WF-4
WC- G
1
WF-1 MW-2FINISH P-2
LOUNGE/SOCIAL AREA
LOUNGE/SOCIAL AREA

FLOOR P-2

PAINT

CPT-
WALLCOVERING WF-2

P-3
EXERCISE
ROOM
EXERCISE ROOM

FLOOR
P-2

FL-3

PAINT
WF-4

WALL P-1

FINISH
ESTIMADED PRICE
 P-1 - (2) 5 gallon TBD
 P-2 - (1) 5 gallon TBD
 P-3 - (1) 5 gallon $209.00
 WF-1 – (7) $300.00
 WF-2 – TBD
 CPT-1 – (261) $537.66
 CPT-2 – (237) $443.19
 Some prices are to be determined by estimated
MATERIAL
MAINTENANCE
VACUUMING TIPS
Vacuum with slow, deliberate passes in length and width
for maximum effectiveness.
Heavy traffic areas require multiple passes back and
forth to sufficiently extract embedded soil.
A vacuum with a brush roller will provide agitation to
help with soil removal.
Slow movement allows time for air to circulate through https://www.mohawkgroup.com/carpet/more/perfo
the face yarn and extract soil. rmance-and-technical?tab=tab4#tab4

Rubber floor
1. Sweep or vacuum daily to remove dust and dirt. If necessary, clean with a
wet mop, using a regular neutral cleaner/degreaser. 2. For heavily soiled floors,
clean with a 175 – 350 rpm rotary swing machine with a clean red pad or clean
soft nylon brushes and low foam neutral cleaner for auto scrubber (Diversey
Prominence Floor Cleaner). Ensure that the soiled solution is picked up by wet
vacuuming or by the automatic scrubber. 3. Allow the floor to dry completely.
4. Floor finish options: gloss can be restored by: a. Dry polishing with a low rpm
machine (175 – 350 rpm) using a white pad or b. Spray buffing for smooth floors
with a low rpm machine (175 – 350 rpm) using a white pad or c. Mopping with
an acrylic floor Sealer/Finish (Diversey Carefree or Carefree Matte). 5. Periodic
cleaning: If the floor must be thoroughly cleaned, follow the recommendations
given under the Initial Maintenance section.

Luxury Vinyl Tile and other hard surface


1. Sweep, dust mop or vacuum the floor thoroughly to remove all loose dust,
dirt, grit and debris. Note: Vacuum beater bar must be disengaged. 2. Damp
mop the floor with a pH-neutral cleaner. 3. If necessary, scrub the floor using a
rotary machine or auto scrubber with a soft to medium scrubbing brush
(aggressiveness equivalent to a 3M red pad). 4. Thoroughly rinse the entire floor
with fresh, clean water. Remove rinse water and allow the floor to dry
MATERIAL
MAINTENANCE
The glass surface of LightPlane Panels can be maintained using standard
commercial,
non-streaking cleaners and polishes formulated for use on glass.
• When cleaning the panels, avoid excessive amounts of liquid solution on the
glass, as
this can damage the lamps and electrical wiring in the panels.
• Aluminum frames can be cleaned as needed using a soft brush or cloth with
a minimal
amount of warm water and a mild detergent. Do not use harsh abrasives,
acids or
chlorine-based cleaners or cleaning tools containing carbon steel, such as
Veneer surfaces can be maintained using standard commercial cleaners and
steel wool
polishes formulated for use on interior woods.
or wire brushes.
• Do not let
VividGlass liquid sitcan
surfaces on or
benear the panels
maintained forstandard
using an extended period ofnon-
commercial, time.
Avoid
streaking cleaners and polishes formulated for use on glass
puddling near the base of the panels.
Bonded Metal & Bonded Quartz require very little maintenance. Routine dust
should be removed by periodic vacuuming or with a soft brush. Fingerprints,
smudges and more persistent dirt can be removed by using an ammonia-free
cleaner/degreaser such as Simple Green.
MATERIAL SELECTION
 For the wall paint, Black was selected to minimize the marks on the walls while allowing people
to focus on the lime green and the natural and energizing environment that this color creates,
gray was selected as a neutral color to complement the black and over using this, it also
functions as a tranquility color for relaxation when utilized on the lounge and social area walls.
Black and Green paints are from Benjamin Moore Ultra Spec SCUFF-X® since this is resistant to
scuffing in high traffic areas and it also contains low VOC and odor , qualifies for LEED® v4 credit
and CHPS low emitting credit and contains anti-microbial additives that inhibit the growth of
mold and mildew on the surface of the paint film, this being extremely important for this type of
building. As for the gray color, Benjamin Moore Aura paint was selected because its excellent
sustainable components , same for the wall coverings, they are sustainable, count with LEED
points and comply with fire regulations. The counter finish is quartz material with a crinkle black
finish which will create contrast with the shimmering black wall covering.
 For the reception, tile and slip retardant flooring was selected. The slip retardant will be used
from the doors to the counter and the tile would be use on the rest of the floor. The juice bar
carpet will be tile carpet to create a warm environment and this carpet is also the
recommended one for this type of room since is easy to change in case of stains or damage.
 For the lounge area also tile carpet was selected for the same reason, is a high traffic area
which connects multiple rooms and tile carpet is easy to replace.
 The exercise room will use rubber flooring, this is practical for these type of room because of its
resistant, non slip and acoustic properties.
 The juice bar wall will be a mix of wall covering with light panels to bring more lamination to the
end wall and make this a focus point to attract the clientele. The counter surface selected is
wood veneer , accentuating the nature and warm colors and representing the healthy style.
PART 2
INTA201 MATERIALS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Week 5 Assignment 2: Course Project-
Documenting Finishes

Arlene Plaza
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 HEALTH FITNESS CLUB FINISH PLAN
 ELEVATION PLAN
 FINISH LEGEND
 FINISH SCHEDULE
 MAINTENANCE RECOMMENDATIONS
 MANUFACTURER’S INTERVIEWS
 COST ESTIMATION
 NOTES AND JUSTIFICAIONS
WC-2

JUICE BAR
MW-1
WC-1 WF-4 WC-1
MW-2
FL-2
WF-1
RECEPTION FL-1
LOUNGE/SOCIAL AREA
EXERCISE
ROOM
WC-
1

RECEPTION WF-1

AND JUICE
BAR
ELEVATION
WC-
2

PLAN WF-2
FINISH LEGEND-PAINT

P-1 P-2 P-3

Manufacturer:
Benjamin Moore Manufacturer:
Product name: Ultra
Spec SCUFF-X®
P-2 Benjamin Moore
Product name: Aura
Manufacturer: Benjamin Interior Paint
Color number: Black
Moore Color number: Soho
2132-10
Product name: Ultra Spec Loft CPS-10
VOC content: 86.0
SCUFF-X® VOC content: 0
Finish: Satin
Color number: Bright Lime Finish: Satin
2015-10
VOC content: 86.0
FINISH LEGEND-PAINT

SUNLIGHT HALOGEN BULB LIGHTBULB


CARPET

CPT-1
Manufacturer: Mohawk Industries
Style: BT430 Disruptive Path Tile CPT-2
Size: 12” X 36” Manufacturer: Shawn Contract®
Fiber: Colorstrand® SD Nylon Product name and type (description):
Gauge: 1/12 Drift Tile 5T142
Tufted weight: Color number: Breeze 38515
Dye method: Solution Dyed Dimensions: 9” X 36”
Backing: EcoFlex NXT
Flammability testing: ASTM E 648 Class 1
FINISH LEGEND-
FLOORING

FL-1 FL-2 FL-3


Manufacturer: Armstrong Manufacturer: Mohawk Manufacturer: Mohawk
Commercial Flooring Industries Industries
Product name and type
Product name and type Product name and type
(description): Slip Retardant
Flooring/ (description): Floating LVT/ (description): Rubber
Safety Zone Sheet UV-Cured Commercial Grade Homogeneous
Color number: 31501 Urethane Color number: Polished
Slip resistance: 09 65 16 Color number: Dark Gray-06 Pewter 133
(Resilient Sheet Flooring) or Slip resistance: Slip resistance:
09 65 16 23 (Vinyl Sheet Dimensions: 9” X 36” Dimensions: 35 11/16” x 35
Flooring) Fire resistance: ASTM F-1700 11/16”, 17 13/16” x 17 13/16”
Dimensions: 2 m x 20 m x 2.0
- Class III, Type A - Smooth, Fire resistance: ASTM F
mm
Fire resistance: ASTM 1514, Type B - Embossed 1344 - Rubber Tile, Class 1,
1515, 648, 662, CAN\ULC FloorScore® certified A or B
S102.2
FINISH LEGEND- WALL

WC-1 WC-2
Manufacturer: Patty Madden Cache Manufacturer: Henry Domke
Style: Type II Wallcovering Style: Graphic Vinyl Wall Covering
Color or code: Cattail 1871
Color/code: Marisol Carbon/ LXC-MAS-13
Dimensions: 24’ X 36’
Dimensions: 54” Pattern repeat if applicable:
Pattern repeat if applicable: 0” Material backing if applicable: Terralon
Material backing if applicable: NSF/ANSI: Federal Specification: CCC-°©-408-°©-
NSF/ANSI: Class A Fire Rated/Class A Pass D Type II
NFPA Life Safety Code 101: Meets or Exceeds
ASTM-°©-E84 Tunnel Test: Class A
FINISH LEGEND-Finish Materials

WF-1 WF-2 WF-3 WF-4


Manufacturer: Manufacturer: Manufacturer: Manufacturer:
Forms+Surfaces® Forms+Surfaces® Forms+Surfaces® Forms+Surfaces®
Style: Quartz Style: Wood Veneer Style: Edge-lit LED panels Style: ViviSpectra
Color/code: Crinkle Color or code: LightPlane Panels have been Zoom Glass
™ American ETL tested and certification Color or code: Pearlex
Dimensions: 48" x CherryW/Dark has been met for the Dimensions: 8mm
120" Mahogany Stain following: • UL 48 - UL NFPA and IBC class A
Dimensions: 36” x 108” Standard for Safety for fi re rated and UBC
NFPA and IBC class A (Interior) Electric Signs • UL class 1 fi re rated
fi re rated and UBC 8750 - UL Standard for Safety
class 1 fi re rated for Light Emitting Diodes
(LED) • CSA C22.2 - Canadian
Standard for (Interior)
Portable and Stationary
Electric Signs and Displays
Materials

MW-1 MW-2 MW-3 MW-4


Manufacturer: Formica Manufacturer: Formica Manufacturer: REplay® Manufacturer:
Style: Solid Surface Style: Laminate Style: Laminate Lockers WindsorONE
Color/code: Black Lava 501 Color/code: Myriad Fully Finished Back and Style: Commercial door
Dimensions: 2’6” x 12’ Ribbonwood 863 Toe Kick Dimensions: 80”-84” x
Fire Resistant Dimensions: Multiple Dimensions: 5 30”-42”
NSF Standard 35 Fire Resistant: Grade 32, Compartment with door Weather Resistant
ASTM-G22 50 15”W, 72”H, 18”D AWPA Cat UC2 and UC3A
MATERIAL
MAINTENANCE
VACUUMING TIPS
Vacuum with slow, deliberate passes in length and width
for maximum effectiveness.
Heavy traffic areas require multiple passes back and
forth to sufficiently extract embedded soil.
A vacuum with a brush roller will provide agitation to
help with soil removal.
Slow movement allows time for air to circulate through
the face yarn and extract soil. https://www.mohawkgroup.com/carpet/more
Rubber floor /performance-and-technical?tab=tab4#tab4
Sweep or vacuum daily to remove dust and dirt. If necessary, clean
with a wet mop, using a regular neutral cleaner/degreaser. 2. For
heavily soiled floors, clean with a 175 – 350 rpm rotary swing machine
with a clean red pad or clean soft nylon brushes and low foam neutral
cleaner for auto scrubber (Diversey Prominence Floor Cleaner). Ensure
that the soiled solution is picked up by wet vacuuming or by the
automatic scrubber. 3. Allow the floor to dry completely. 4. Floor finish
options: gloss can be restored by: a. Dry polishing with a low rpm
machine (175 – 350 rpm) using a white pad or b. Spray buffing for
smooth floors with a low rpm machine (175 – 350 rpm) using a white
pad or c. Mopping with an acrylic floor Sealer/Finish (Diversey
Carefree or Carefree Matte). 5. Periodic cleaning: If the floor must be
thoroughly cleaned, follow the recommendations given under the
Initial Maintenance section.
Luxury Vinyl Tile and other hard surface
Sweep, dust mop or vacuum the floor thoroughly to remove all loose
dust, dirt, grit and debris. Note: Vacuum beater bar must be
disengaged. 2. Damp mop the floor with a pH-neutral cleaner. 3. If
necessary, scrub the floor using a rotary machine or auto scrubber
with a soft to medium scrubbing brush (aggressiveness equivalent to
a 3M red pad). 4. Thoroughly rinse the entire floor with fresh, clean
water. Remove rinse water and allow the floor to dry completely.
MATERIAL MAINTENANCE
The glass surface of LightPlane Panels can be maintained using
standard commercial,
non-streaking cleaners and polishes formulated for use on glass.
• When cleaning the panels, avoid excessive amounts of liquid
solution on the glass, as
this can damage the lamps and electrical wiring in the panels.
• Aluminum frames can be cleaned as needed using a soft brush or
cloth with a minimal
amount of warm water and a mild detergent. Do not use harsh
abrasives, acids or
chlorine-based cleaners or cleaning tools containing carbon steel,
such as steel wool
or wire brushes.
• Do not let liquid sit on or near the panels for an extended period of
time. Avoid
puddling near the base of the panels.
Veneer surfaces can be maintained using standard commercial
cleaners and polishes formulated for use on interior woods.
VividGlass surfaces can be maintained using standard commercial,
non-streaking cleaners and polishes formulated for use on glass
Bonded Metal & Bonded Quartz require very little maintenance.
Routine dust should be removed by periodic vacuuming or with a soft
brush. Fingerprints, smudges and more persistent dirt can be removed
by using an ammonia-free cleaner/degreaser such as Simple Green.
ESTIMADED PRICE
 P-1 - (2) 5 gallon TBD
 P-2 - (1) 5 gallon TBD
 P-3 - (1) 5 gallon $209.00
 WF-1 – (7) $300.00
 WF-2 – TBD
 CPT-1 – (261) $537.66
 CPT-2 – (237) $443.19
 Some prices are to be determined by estimated
MATERIAL SELECTION
 For the wall paint, Black was selected to minimize the marks on the walls while allowing people
to focus on the lime green and the natural and energizing environment that this color creates,
gray was selected as a neutral color to complement the black and over using this, it also
functions as a tranquility color for relaxation when utilized on the lounge and social area walls.
Black and Green paints are from Benjamin Moore Ultra Spec SCUFF-X® since this is resistant to
scuffing in high traffic areas and it also contains low VOC and odor , qualifies for LEED® v4 credit
and CHPS low emitting credit and contains anti-microbial additives that inhibit the growth of
mold and mildew on the surface of the paint film, this being extremely important for this type of
building. As for the gray color, Benjamin Moore Aura paint was selected because its excellent
sustainable components , same for the wall coverings, they are sustainable, count with LEED
points and comply with fire regulations. The counter finish is quartz material with a crinkle black
finish which will create contrast with the shimmering black wall covering.
 For the reception, tile and slip retardant flooring was selected. The slip retardant will be used
from the doors to the counter and the tile would be use on the rest of the floor. The juice bar
carpet will be tile carpet to create a warm environment and this carpet is also the
recommended one for this type of room since is easy to change in case of stains or damage.
 For the lounge area also tile carpet was selected for the same reason, is a high traffic area
which connects multiple rooms and tile carpet is easy to replace.
 The exercise room will use rubber flooring, this is practical for these type of room because of its
resistant, non slip and acoustic properties.
 The juice bar wall will be a mix of wall covering with light panels to bring more lamination to the
end wall and make this a focus point to attract the clientele. The counter surface selected is
wood veneer , accentuating the nature and warm colors and representing the healthy style.
PART 3
INTA201 MATERIALS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Week 5 Assignment 2: Course Project-
Documenting Finishes

Arlene Plaza
JUICE BAR
CPT-
P-2 P-1
1
WC-2

MW-1

WC-2

FLOOR PAINT

SURFACE WALL FINISH WALLCOVERING COUNTERTOP


WF-2 FINISH
WC-
WF-3 2 MW-1
RECEPTION

FL-2

P-1

FLOOR
FL-1

PAINT

WALL FINISH WALLCOVERING


SURFACE SURFACE WF-4
WC-
1
WF-1 FINISH FINISH
MW-2 P-2
WC-
1

RECEPTION WF-1

AND JUICE
BAR
WC-

ELEVATION 2

PLAN WF-2
LOUNGE/SOCIAL AREA

FLOOR P-2

PAINT

CPT-
WALLCOVERING
2
WF-2 P-3
EXERCISE ROOM
FLOOR
P-2

FL-3

PAINT
WF-4

WALL P-1

FINISH
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www.flooringinc.com/blog/flooring-trends/.
“2018 Flooring Trends: This Year's Top 5 Flooring Ideas.” FlooringInc Blog, 26 Mar. 2018,
www.flooringinc.com/blog/flooring-trends/.
“Drift Tile 5T142 - Shaw Contract | Shaw Hospitality.” Charisma - Shaw Contract |
Shaw Hospitality, www.shawcontract.com/en-US/productspec/Show/5T142/38515#.
“{% If (QueryString[.” Shaw Floors, shawfloors.com/flooring/carpet.
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“Smoky: 31501 | Armstrong Flooring Commercial.” Armstrong Flooring Residential,
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sheet/item/31501.html
Plaza 1

Arlene Plaza

Professor McDowell

INTA201

10 July 2018

Part II: Reflecting

During this course I learned many interesting and useful resources that will help me on my

studies in Interior Design. One of those concepts learned would be the amount of material that is

in the market for the diversity of people functions, such as acoustic walls and under laying for

the floor. When completing one of the assignments and requesting a sample from the

manufacturer, they included a sample of acoustic underlayment and the difference was very

noticeable as the quality of the product from what I usually find in the stores.

Another resource was to learn how to interview the company and how many resources can be

acquire from a simple call. The sales department in the places I called are very dedicated and

willing to answer all the questions and work together with the designer, collaborating with your

ideas and helping to find a solution for my vision of the design.

I also learned the difference between the residential and commercial design and I have to admit it

is significantly big. The materials created for the residential design are very different and less

tested than the commercial and the specifications are almost nonexistent on the residential

design, unless you are working with ADA of similar circumstances.

The idea of creating a space, researching materials and give it my personal style was a great tool

to notice the potential I can have and motivate me to continue with developing my skills in this

path.