Regis High School worked with Larson Incitti Architects in choosing finishes for their new Performing Arts Center. The owner desired a low-maintenance yet natural-looking floor for the main lobby and corridor. They also desired a finish that could withstand daily foot traffic as well as have a low lifecycle cost.
After a visit to Colorado Hardscapes’ Design Center, the team decided on a polished and stained concrete floor to meet their needs. After that, the architect chose natural Bomanite stain colors and gentle decorative scoring to enhance the floor’s design.
Colorado Hardscapes worked with the general contractor, Haselden Construction, to perform the custom polished concrete floors for the client. As a result, a natural palette of Bomanite stains on the floor gave a warm feel to the design of the building. The Bomanite polishing process provides for a low maintenance floor with a low lifecycle cost. Additionally, the Regis Performing Arts Center floors have the durability to withstand daily student foot traffic as they desired.