A compass pattern graces the plaza at Mariner's Church.
The selections here demonstrate how decorative concrete in public spaces and the commercial sector continues to grow and mature. Whether in schools, churches, retail spaces, theaters, grocery stores, and corporate headquarters or along beachfronts, the following projects demonstrate decorative concrete found throughout the country and beyond.
The new Biotechnology-Science-Engineering Building tells the story of what happens when embedded scientific images made of metal and stone add depth and intrigue to a concrete floor.
Used for entertaining by the building's owner, Duke Realty, and its tenants, the plaza is home to the family of Clear Channel radio stations, which broadcast from the top of the Towers of Kenwood.
The European Village Resort was under construction when the developer, Peter Roehr, attended World of Concrete 2004 in Orlando.