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CEU Title: Exterior Porcelain Pavers – The Ideal Option for Exterior Paving

CEU Description:
2cm porcelain pavers are an innovative product of the tile market, introduced in the past five years. The product was developed to compete with traditional exterior hardscape surfaces. The 2cm (3/4″) thickness, as opposed to a typical 3/8″ thickness, allows the product’s use in more application types and with superior performance measures. This course will compare and contrast 2cm porcelain pavers with other hardscape substrates, and provide an average cost analysis of materials, proving that 2cm porcelain is the ideal option for exterior paving. After taking this course, landscape and hardscape designers will be able to make an informed value judgement based on performance, life cycle, and cost.

Company Biography:
As the nation’s top tile manufacturer, we abide by the highest industry standards. From corporate ethics to sustainability, our commitment to our customers remains the same: creating quality products that people and businesses can believe in and trust.

Presenter Biography:
John Roberts has been in the industry since 2003 and has worked for notable manufacturers like Interface, Lutron and Milliken. He currently works with Daltile, the country’s leading manufacturer and distributor of ceramic, porcelain tile & natural stone with a 70+ year history.
John remains an active member of the A&D community in NYC. He previously served in a leadership role for LMNOP, a New York based organization that provided business focused workshops, organized mixers and hosted a yearly benefit event in support of the A&D community where members connected, supported, and advised each other in a proactive and productive environment.

Additionally, he most recently served as the Director of Fundraising for the local chapter of NEWH, the premier networking resource for the hospitality industry, providing scholarships, education, leadership development, recognition of excellence, and business development opportunities.

John Roberts