Campbell Rhea's a Steel

Campbell Rhea, Institutional Casework Incorporated (ICI) features products such as Wood Casework, Metal Casework, Countertops, Sinks/Fixtures, Fume Hoods, and Safety Equipment. At NSSEA, they introduced their newest line, Campbell Rhea Steel, manufactured by Jamestown Metal Products that will be marketed and distributed by ICI. We were able to snag a couple photos of this new line to share with you and I hope…

A New Feel to Stevens Industries Casework

The National School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA) show in San Antonio gave us the opportunity to meet up with Stevens Industries, Inc. If you’re not familiar with Stevens, they offer a variety of products including: Educational Casework, Architectural Woodwork, Medical Casework, Millwork, Counter Tops, Music Casework, Laboratory Casework, Solid Surface Fabrications, Mobile Cabinets, and Panels. Stevens ultimately provides…

Brodart Introduces Flexible Furniture

  When we met with Brodart Contract Furniture at the National School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA) show in San Antonio, they introduced new Flexible Furniture.  Brodart feels that a future of libraries and media centers will be to have tables that can be configured into different shapes to adapt to different needs. Check out the Epoch Collaborative Left &…

Farnham Equipment Company Visits San Antonio for NSSEA

David Farnham and I (Patrick Kindelin) took flight to San Antonio, Texas last month for the National School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA) show.  The NSSEA is an opportunity for manufacturers and dealers to mix and mingle to meet with factory representatives, see new products, to be informed of product dates and most importantly to talk with other dealers…

What a 4-Inch Sphere Has to Do with Bleacher Safety

Bleacher Safety

    No, it’s not to distract others from climbing on the bleachers in the closed position. A 4-inch sphere can actually help you be code compliant with your bleachers. According to the International Code Council, “open guards shall be constructed of materials such that a 4-inch-diameter sphere cannot pass through any opening.” What this really means? If there…