Sika Corporation now has a detail for the top edge of an integral cove base to use with their liquid applied flooring material that does not require a trim strip. The trim strips typically used in this application are very problematic in behavioral health facilities.
Armstrong Ceilings’ Metal Works Vector #6466 perforated panels with acoustical insulation
One solution to achieving an accessible ceiling system that is also tamper resistant and uses the existing ceiling grid system may be Armstrong Ceiling’s Metal Works Vector system. It requires removal of the existing ceiling tile and installation of specialty 2’x2’ metal ceiling panelswith tamper resistant screws in the recessed joints between the tiles to resist removal. This system utilizes tamper resistant screws in the recesses between panels which can be removed with use of a special tool to allow access at any point and is available with sound absorbing options.