Connecticut Bomanite, working with the City of Danbury, CT, installed the Bomanite Imprint Systems and chose the Medium Ashlar Slate pattern and the Soldier Course Belgian Block pattern. The previous existing streetscape improvements were constructed in 1993 and in need of replacement. Instead of the higher cost of installing natural paving materials such as slate or granite, Bomanite Imprint Systems has been used in a wide variety of residential, commercial, and municipal applications to upgrade plain concrete or asphalt. Bomanite Imprint Systems, the original cast-in-place, colored, and imprinted architectural concrete paving, offers unmatched durability to withstand the toughest traffic loads and harshest environmental conditions.
For decorative concrete architectural paving, Bomanite Imprint Systems provides more than 400 distinct patterns and associated textures with a wide variety of standard and custom coloring options. You can choose from many natural surfaces including slate, granite, limestone, sandstone, cobblestone, and used brick. Bomanite molds are developed from natural products such as stone or wood as well as unconventional surfaces such as metal or plastic or whatever your imagination may bring to the table. Images, logos, borders, and highly custom textures are all part of the Bomanite offering. For this project, Connecticut Bomanite received the 2021 Bronze Award for Best Bomanite Imprint Systems Project.
City of Danbury, CT
Colonna Concrete & Asphalt Paving, LLC
Bomanite Imprint Systems - Medium Ashlar Slate & Soldier Course Belgian Block pattern