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  • Bomanite March Newsletter 2019

    March 16, 2019

    The beautiful elegant American Soldiers Fallen Project is a place of peace and solace through art and displays in a setting of inspiration and healing. The American Fallen Soldiers Project National Gallery opened its doors with 5,000 square feet of gallery and office space in 2016. Since its inception in 2007, over 220 portraits have been […]

  • Hope Fellowship Church Brings Color to it's Ministries with Bomanite Custom Polishing Patene Teres Interior Floors and Auditorium Seating

    Hope Fellowship Renovates with Bomanite Colored Polished Concrete and Grasscrete Pervious Concrete

    March 7, 2019

    Bomanite Licensee, Texas Bomanite has worked with Hope Fellowship Church in Frisco, Texas for several years in different construction phases throughout the main areas of the building. Mycon General Contractors brought in Texas Bomanite for several architectural concrete applications that needed updating at the Frisco campus. Working with Small Architects, and Mycon, Texas Bomanite installed […]

  • Infinite Campus used Bomanite Custom Polishing Systems Modena Monolithic and Renaissance Deep Grind to create a Natural looking Floor with a Beach Vibe

    Infinite Campus utilizes Bomanite Custom Polished Systems to Design a Beach Themed Interior Floor

    February 27, 2019

    Infinite Campus is the largest U.S. owned K-12 student information management firm that is nestled among natural wetlands and a city park. Wanting to allow views to the exterior natural elements, the Finn Daniels Architect firm made sure the design incorporated architectural precast concrete wall panels, a glass curtain wall, and metal panels to provide […]

  • American Fallen Soliders Project Texas Bomanite Donates Polished Dyed Concrete Flooring

    American Fallen Soldiers Project Keeps on Giving with Bomanite Custom Polished Concrete

    February 11, 2019

    In 2016, The American Fallen Soldiers Project National Gallery opened its doors with 5,000 square feet of gallery and office space.  The project was borne of an idea that professional artist, Phil Taylor, had upon learning that his childhood friend, Capt. Blake Russell, had been killed in Iraq in 2006. Inspired by stories of Blake’s patriotism and […]

  • CMC Mercy Hospital Designs Serene Healing Garden with Bomanite Textured Concrete

    January 31, 2019

    The Dr. Sanford and Lois Benjamin Healing Garden is a welcome haven enhanced and architecturally engineered using Bomanite Imprint Systems with Bomacron decorative concrete patterns installed by licensee, Carolina Bomanite. What used to be a plain gray concrete pad adjacent to the emergency room waiting area at Carolina Medical Center-Mercy in Charlotte, NC, is now a […]