Julia P. Bryant Elementary School – Statesboro, GA
Unique Flooring Patterns Create a Teaching Tool
These days, young children are accustomed to learning about the virtual world with their fingertips. At Julia P. Bryant Elementary
School in Georgia, grade school students are learning about the real world with their feet! They can walk in outer space,
go on safari and explore the deep ocean just by wandering through their school. Using over 34 colors of Standard EXCELON®
Imperial® Texture and Rave®, the designers for this forward-thinking school created a vibrant world map and large-format images
of planets, constellations, seashells and tall grasses on classroom floors and in hallways. Not only do these colorful images
make for fun, aesthetically pleasing floor designs, they’re also used as a teaching tool.
Armstrong Imperial® Texture VCT products offer a variety of color options, as well as long-lasting durability – a necessity
in the high traffic areas where these floors were installed. The use of multiple colors and patterns creates a truly unique
learning experience for young students.
Visual: Several colors in Imperial® Texture create an eye-catching learning experience.
Life-Cycle Costing: Imperial Texture products are high performance floors with exceptional durability and longevity.
Maintenance: Tiles are maintained with routine sweeping, mopping and occasional polishing.
Environmental: Low VOC emissions – California Section 01350 compliant, third-party FloorScore™ certification and LEED® eligibility.