Exceptional Interiors

Dairy Block

Modena flooring at Dairy Block office lobby.

The lobby for the Dairy Block building, design by Shears Adkins Rockmore, called for a dark, matte finish flooring. Modena, also known as cementitious terrazzo, created that premium finish. To achieve the Matte finish itself grinding stopped at 200 grit and sealed with a penetrating sealer. Zinc divider strips created the pattern on the floor. […]

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BRAVE Church

Smooth troweled, uncolored MicroTop floors at Brave church.

After many years of dealing with carpet, and as part of an overall facility upgrade, BRAVE Church (previously known as Harvest Bible Chapel) wanted an upgraded finish to the lobby of their church: they wanted a polished concrete floor. However, due to the condition of the floor, polishing the existing concrete would not provide the […]

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Belleview Block – The Den

Bi-colored, smooth Troweled MicroTop floors.

Neither exterior nor interior concrete compromised its quality at Belleview Block – The Den. Holland Construction approached Colorado Hardscapes wondering if we could provide a solution for the interior floor of the building. After reviewing Colorado Hardscape’s samples and talking through the pros and cons of the products, they selected two of Bomanite’s MicroTop colors […]

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Regis Performing Arts Center

Polished, banded interiors at Regis High School.

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’ […]

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