The owner wanted a surface treatment that looked and performed like terrazzo, but was one-third less than the cost of terrazzo. The architect and owner liked the idea of polished concrete with aggregate exposure. The archiotect was able to select special glass stone colors to complement the interior colors and design and add them into the wet concrete.
The biggest challenges we faced was the coordination required between the polished concrete applicator and the concrete subcontrator (stone seeding and grinding and polishing work). Our Retro Plate applicator Jim Cuviello played an important role in getting the glass chips broadcasted into the wet concrete pour.