Vol. 9 No. 6 - September/October 2009
In the Main Line region of suburban Philadelphia, Jim Bernardine and his staff have been satisfying residents’ thirst for quality decorative concrete over the last decade and a half.
Polishing worked wonders when artisans set out to restore an almost-century-old, flaw-riddled floor for a shopping arcade.
Known for their one-plus-one application process, epoxies promise adhesion, hardness, chemical resistance and versatility. Add color chips or metallic pigments, and they can be beautiful too.
When a city, school or government chooses to spend a little extra money on decorative concrete, it demonstrates civic pride — and makes that lobby, city pool or roadside a little easier on the eyes.
From crushed liquor bottles to melted bits and jelly beans, aggregate made from recycled glass is making artisans see green.