Mineral Paint: Rock Beats Plastic | A Presentation by Keim

Mineral paints have a long history among diverse cultures, and today, modern technology has made mineral paints more durable than ever.

These paints have a host of benefits - they avoid VOCs and other hazardous additives and absorb impurities from the air, actively improving indoor air quality. What are the other benefits? What are the challenges?

Join us to learn more about mineral paints and discuss your questions directly with mineral paint manufacturers that supply a broad range of projects globally.

This presentation qualifies for 1 AIA CEU/HSW.

You can watch the recording of the event below.

Speakers from Keim Mineral Coatings of America, Inc.


Perri Robinson, Northeast Regional Manager, Keim (left) and Roy Suttles, President and Managing Director, Keim (right)

Perri Robinson, Northeast Regional Manager for Keim

With 18 years of coatings and preservation industry experience, Perri brings extensive knowledge of coatings from design through application. His experiences include sales and management. He is instrumental in meeting the needs of a broad customer base of architects, artists, engineers, and professional painters. At Keim, he is responsible for the Northeastern US. The day-to-day operations include but are not limited to; project assessment, design development and mock-ups, application training, sales, management, and review.

Roy Suttles, President and Managing Director

With over thirty-five years of paint and coatings experience in commercial and consumer markets, Roy is Managing Director of Keim, a global leader in mineral paint technology. He regularly consults with architects, engineers, and designers to develop unique mineral solutions for concrete and masonry construction. Roy has a diverse background with industry leaders, including Sherwin-Williams and Valspar. He has served as a board member of the American Coatings Association and the associate board of the Painting Contractors Association. Roy is also an avid historic preservationist, having served on his hometown’s Historic Preservation Board along with his prolific volunteer work.

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