Sleepy Hollow Country Club is one of the oldest country clubs in America, and because of that, it was important to not replace or outshine their vintage assets and history. With that in mind, Connecticut Bomanite helped the club design its new patios and sidewalks while maintaining consistency between the new concrete and the older parts of the property. The club chose Bomanite Imprint Systems consisting of a 9,887 SF saw cut into a 4’x4′ pattern of English sidewalk slate with seal gray CH field and flamed granite with gunmetal gray CH border. With Bomanite Imprint Systems having more than 400 distinct patterns, different textures, and coloring options, Sleepy Hollow Country Club was able to choose the best combination for them to maintain their historical feel while also giving them an updated look and durability.
Bomanite Imprint Systems is renowned for its durability, allowing even the heaviest foot-traffic loads. When an episode of Law and Order was filmed at Sleepy Hollow Country Club, there was never a concern while the producers were maneuvering their personnel and equipment over and around the newly added paths and patios. 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. Bomacron patterns are a textured version of the original Bomanite patterns. This product is cast-in-place, colored, and imprinted, plus it provides an added dimension of texture and relief between the joint lines.
Briarcliff Manor, NY
Sleepy Hollow Country Club
Bomanite Imprint Systems - Seal Gray with Gunmetal Gray border using English Sidewalk Slate pattern with Flamed Granite border.