(pronounced SEE-ling uh-TEHN-yoo-ay-shun klas) Also known by its acronym CAC, ceiling attenuation class rates a ceiling's efficiency as an obstruction to airborne sound transmission between adjacent closed spaces (such as offices) when the dividing partition does not extend up to
(pronounced seh-leh-REHT) Originally, a cellarette was the deep drawer designed into sideboards that was used as wine or liquor storage. This drawer was typically lined in metal and had compartments for holding individual bottles as to prevent breakage. This
(pronounced KEL-tic not OR SEL-tic not) No, this isn’t some kind of wrestling maneuver invented by the Scots. It’s simply a graphic decorative motif consisting of stylized ribbons and braids forming interlocking knots that seamlessly flow into one another.
(pronounced seh-RA-mihk MEH-tuhl HAY-leyed) Not too long ago, the technology for ceramic metal halide lamps came on the scene. What once was new and in short supply, is now readily available and frequently specified. These lamps developed as
(pronounced ser-TIH-feh-keht uv AH-kyu-pan-see) A must-have if you or your client wants to move into their new digs. No papers, no occupancy. The certificate is issued by a local city building department to a contractor, landlord, and/or tenant after
(pronounced like the initials: see-ee-yu) The acronym for Continuing Education Unit, usually measured in hours — i.e., one unit equals one hour of instruction. Most professional organizations within the A&D industry require a certain number of CEUs to maintain
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