Materials and Coatings in Schools: Don’t Kids Have Enough to Worry About?

From JPCL, May 2016

By Robert J. Kobet, LEED Faculty (Retired), and
Paula McEvoy, FAIA, LEED Fellow and Associate Principal, Perkins+Will

Interior finishes, furnishings and maintenance practices have a direct impact on the health and productivity of a building’s occupants. Nowhere is this more important than in our schools....

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Tagged categories: Building science; Coating Materials - Commercial; Coatings Technology; Collaborative for High-Performance Schools; Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); Good Technical Practice; Green building; Green coatings; Green design; Green Globes; Indoor air quality; Interior coatings; LEED v4; Lifecycle analysis; Living Building Challenge; Low-VOC; Perkins+Will; Schools; Sustainability; United States Green Building Council (USGBC); Zero-VOC

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