Need new flooring? Find the right contractors, installers, distributors, consultants and manufacturers with this guide

by Brianna Crandall — July 20, 2020 — FCICA, the Flooring Contractors Association, recently announced the latest edition of the Commercial Flooring Resource Guide hosted on FCICA’s website. The online guide is described as a powerful tool to locate contractors, installers, distributors, industry consultants and manufacturers that meet the user’s project needs.

Flooring industry professionals, architects and consumers/specifiers can utilize the Commercial Flooring Resource Guide to find contractors and installers by project type and flooring products installed, as well as consultants, inspectors, trainers, manufacturers and suppliers by product type.

The Commercial Flooring Resource Guide is a comprehensive solution for project management and is open to all flooring contractors, installers, consultants, manufacturers and others who serve the flooring industry.

This year’s sponsors include ARDEX Americas, MAXXON Corporation, Schönox – HPS and Sika.

The Commercial Flooring Resource Guide is available on the FCICA website.

Start with Safety

FCICA also announced the newest edition of Start with Safety, which it says is an “essential tool” for flooring contractors and should be present on every job site. Start with Safety consists of a three-ring binder that contains 52 tabbed topics with weekly safety talk materials and forms to fill out at the job site for any safety-related incident.

The safety program covers a variety of important topics such as Accident Investigation, Equipment Operation & Maintenance, Hazard Communication, Personal Protective Equipment, Silica and much more. The 2020 edition includes updated content throughout plus a new section on Silica.

Printed copies of Start With Safety are available from the FCICA Store.

Michigan-based FCICA provides technical education, business support and industry expert networking to enhance the professionalism of commercial flooring contractors, and promotes the advancement and continuous development of Certified Installation Managers (CIM). FCICA members serve the continental United States, plus Burma and Canada.