When T.B. Penick relocated its corporate headquarters last year, the intent was to create a modern showroom space. The condition of the existing floors required extensive patching. A crack isolation membrane was used throughout the floors. Lithocrete thin tech was used to create a more uniform finish and various materials such as shells, pebbles, glass, and local aggregates were used to complement the new exterior courtyard finishes.

The exterior courtyard features poured in place custom formliner walls, a couple of LithoMosaic pieces from local artists, and various glass and aggregate Lithocrete finishes in varying sizes. The facility is used extensively to educate the architectural community on the possibilities of concrete and host industry events.