Dates: February 11-17, 2019
Locations: Qpractice online
When you’re considering Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E) in a design project, it’s common to focus on selecting furniture and materials – but if that’s your sole focus, you’ll miss out on some important parts of your project.
FF&E involves more than just aesthetics. There a lot of technical and legal issues (such as flammability and code requirements) to consider, as well.
FF&E is an important part of both the IDFX and IDPX exams, so when you’re studying, remember to think about the entirety of this material – not just the information on furniture and materials. You will also have some questions about FF&E on the PRAC Exam, as they relate to contract documents.
For the exam, you’ll need to study:
Researching and sourcing FF&E information, including textiles, window treatments, wall treatments, and floor coverings.
FF&E specifications for architectural woodwork.
The difference between various types of technical specifications.
Cost estimating and budgeting.
Production time, installation, and product assembly.
To find out more, read our article about FF&E, FF&E Specifications: The Tip of the Iceberg.
Need More Information on Lighting? Because lighting is an extensive, technical section on the NCIDQ exam, we’ve also got a great reference post about that topic. Check out Which Type of Lighting is Best on the NCIDQ Exam?