Sika Corporation is proud to announce the merge of Sika Butterfield Color and Sika Scofield to create a harmonized line of Decorative Concrete products known as SikaColor, SikaCem, and SikaStamp. Sika Corporation offers a complete line of engineered decorative concrete coloring, texturing, refurbishment, and also performance systems from the two industry-leading brands: Butterfield Color, the contractor’s choice; and Scofield, the most specified brand of architectural concrete color. Together, these highly reputable brands bridge the gap between both functionality and aesthetics. Thus, allowing architects, specifiers, contractors, and homeowners to achieve both performance goals and design intent.
Sika Corporation is confident the merge of the two acquisitions to create SikaColor, SikaCem, and SikaStamp will continue to accelerate its growth by bringing the most comprehensive range of solutions for concrete contractors, thus establishing Sika as the clear market leader in this fast-growing industry.
Decorative Concrete remains the ideal solution for new construction and renovation in both commercial and residential developments, museums, educational facilities, parks, public areas, retail, restaurants, streetscapes, theme parks, and green space projects.
The joining of these two acquisitions will produce a complete range of color solution products. The industry holds these products in high regard and also widely specifies them.
- Antiquing & Release Agents
- Architectural Formliners
- Color Hardener
- Concrete Admixtures
- Concrete Overlay
- Countertop Mix
- Cures & Seals
- Integral Color
- Patterns & Textures
- Polished Concrete
- Stains & Dyes
About Sika Corporation
Since January 2013, Sika’s business aligns in seven target markets. These include concrete, waterproofing, roofing, flooring, sealing & bonding, refurbishment and industry. Research & development units are also established for all target markets.
The fully integrated concepts offered by Sika address the entire life cycle of a facility. This ranges from initial construction up to the point in time when repair, refurbishment or extension become necessary.