Contractors and architects prefer FRP over metal, wood and concrete for many industrial and construction applications.
When Niagara Falls’ Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! began plans for the first major renovation since opening in the 1960’s, it was quickly decided that the entire museum would receive a massive makeover. In addition to a totally revamped interior and new hands-on exhibit space, the lobby plans included a unique artistic design for the floor.
When a historical Victorian townhome faced a challenge in retaining its 19th Century façade, StonCor CPG offered some strong solutions!
As the weather cools down and we start spending more time indoors, have you noticed that your hallways and entrances could use a makeover? Check out a unique alternative to poured in place terrazzo in this Community Centre Project Profile!
Seamless floors are inherently cleaner as there are no joints and cracks to trap dirt and bacteria. For added assurance, how do you maintain the high performance benefits of a seamless epoxy floor and meet stringent hygiene and sanitary requirements? Read more...