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1. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: Living in Color

Concrete TCU logo - In August 2013, Texas Christian University opened two new residence halls for increased on-campus housing. The halls, called Worth Hills Village, accommodate about 400 students near the southwest corner of the campus.In August 2013, Texas Christian University opened two new residence halls for increased on-campus housing. The halls, called Worth Hills Village, accommodate about 400 students near the southwest corner of the campus.

By Vanessa Salvia
2. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: Living in Color

Concrete TCU logo - In August 2013, Texas Christian University opened two new residence halls for increased on-campus housing. The halls, called Worth Hills Village, accommodate about 400 students near the southwest corner of the campus.In August 2013, Texas Christian University opened two new residence halls for increased on-campus housing. The halls, called Worth Hills Village, accommodate about 400 students near the southwest corner of the campus.

By Vanessa Salvia
3. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: Concrete Art at the Kimbell

Polished concrete at Kimball Art Museum

By Vanessa Salvia
4. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: Wild Fire Pit Warms up Wild Salsa Restaurant

Concrete fire pit glow in the dark

By Vanessa Salvia
5. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: High-traffic Polished Flooring at Dave & Buster's

Polished concrete flooring at Dave and Busters

By Vanessa Salvia
6. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: A Concrete Go-cart Track at Legoland

Decorative concrete go-cart track at Legoland

By Vanessa Salvia
7. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: Wood and Brick Looks Provide Elegant Solutions

Stamped concrete walkway in Fort Worth, Texas

By Vanessa Salvia
8. Integrally Colored Concrete at Fort Worth's Skateboard Central

Decorative concrete used in Dallas skateparkThe concrete in a skate park must be completely smooth to accommodate a skateboard’s small, hard 40 to 55 mm urethane wheels, yet also be nonslippery.

By Vanessa Salvia
9. Integrally Colored Concrete at Fort Worth's Skateboard Central

Decorative concrete used in Dallas skateparkThe concrete in a skate park must be completely smooth to accommodate a skateboard’s small, hard 40 to 55 mm urethane wheels, yet also be nonslippery.

By Vanessa Salvia
10. Decorative Concrete Fort Worth: A Sound Choice

Decorative concrete use in Dallas Performance Hall

By Vanessa Salvia

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