Architectural Products for Behavioral Health
In this session, experience a whole portfolio of CS products that contribute to enhancing the safety & aesthetic of the behavioral health environment. Discover how to integrate positive distractions into your interior design with relevant color palettes, textures, calming imagery and artwork.
Take a virtual tour through our booth and discover CS' new Architectural Product Solutions at your own pace. Dig into Acrovyn Wall Panels, Corner Guards and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
How durable is Acrovyn by Design?
Very durable. To help identify the best product fit for your project, we suggest working with one of our experts. Here is a link to select a time that works best for you on Amy's calendar to discuss your needs! https://calendly.com/asweeting
Can the images be customized by internal designers from outside companies?
Customers have the ability to use a custom image from an internal designer or design house. You can also select imagery from Getty Images.
Can Wall Panels be created using Acrovyn by Design?
Yes, and though they are not available with square-wrapped edges, they are available with our two types of aluminum trims.
What is the tightest radius that rigid sheet can achieve?
It depends on the thickness, but for what is shown in the video above it can be radiused in the field down to 18".
How can I order some of the small samples I see on the wall in the video?
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to provide samples.
- How durable is Acrovyn by Design?
Product Specialist, Interior Product Solutions
Amy works with independent reps from Ohio down to Miami and out to Oklahoma, covering 12 states. She meets with architects, interior designers, and facility managers to ensure CS products are specified on as many projects as possible. She spends most of her time researching and training on products, reviewing projects, and navigating city traffic. Amy has been with CS for 6 years.
Fun Fact: “I love to hike and explore new places. In 2018 I had the opportunity to hike the tallest mountain in the world, Mauna Kea.”