Museum concrete restoration makes history (and art)

When interior concrete restoration was needed by the Museums of Sonoma County for their new separate art and history space expansion, they turned to Jensen Architects and Westcoat’s interior decorative concrete system TC Interior.

Located in a space that had been occupied for years by a flooring company, the existing substrate had taken quite a beating from years of forklift use. Tony Merla from was brought in by the project contractor, Colombini Construction.

After examining the condition of the floor, Merla worked with lead architect, Alberto Menegazzo, to have Westcoat’s TC Interior installed. In order to achieve the look, performance and durability, Texture-Crete was needed in the project specification.

TC Interior is the perfect decorative concrete option as a visually pleasing and durable floor option. Subtle textures can be created by applying different trowel techniques. Add-in multiple stains can create a floor with depth and mottled for a unique look.

With limited time to complete the project and have the art installed, there was no room for error. completed to the task to perfection in time for the opening gala.

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