Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) in New Haven, CT achieved polished concrete flooring by resurfacing the existing concrete floors with Pentimento. Pentimento is a semi-self-leveling cementitious overlay that is engineered for high-traffic, commercial, interior floors, as well as, residential, concrete surfaces. It creates a smooth surface for other flooring treatments to be applied. In the images below the decorative concrete flooring contains hues of greens, yellows and browns which perfectly compliment the building's colorful interior.
When Southern Connecticut State University needed their floors redone they used Duraamen products. Pentimento semi-self-leveling concrete was used to archive the colorful designer flooring shown here.
The hallways in this building at Southern Connecticut State University were resurfaced using Pentimento semi-self-leveling concrete from Duraamen.
The colorful resurfaced concrete floor in this Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) building was created with Duraamen products.
Pentimento cementitious overlay can work wonders for an old concrete floor. This floor at SCSU was resurfaced with Pentimento.
The newly resurfaced concrete floor's texture compliments the stone textured walls in this facility at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU).
This resurfaced concrete floor at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) compliments the modern style of the building.
The high-shine designer flooring compliments the colorful surroundings in this building at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU).
The multi-colored resurfaced concrete floor of this corridor was created with Pentimento by Duraamen.
The reflections of the colorful pillow chairs and wall decor can be seen on the high-shine designer flooring.
This hallway had it's flooring resurfaced in a multi-color scheme that fits the buildings interior design at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU).
The subtle and beautiful textures and colors of the newly resurfaced concrete flooring compliments the glass panel walls at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU).