T&M is Pleased to Introduce T-Rx Coating for your Terrazzo Needs!
- T-Rx is a permanent, high performance terrazzo coating designed for high-traffic interior applications.
- Uses IPN technology to provide unsurpassed mar and scratch resistance, high gloss and excellent chemical resistance
- Permanent Water-Based, 2-Part Urethane/Acrylic Coating
- Applies like a floor finish
- Never strip again
“T-Rx has been down in our Civil Engineering building for 4 months now. I’m so impressed there isn’t a mark on the floor. This is the main entrance to the building which gets lots of water and leaves tracked in and it hasn’t hurt the floor at all. The floor is only damp mopped once a day. I can’t wait until T-Rx is available because I want to put it down in more buildings on campus. I highly recommend this product.”
University of Illinois – Chicago, IL
Terrazzo & Marble would like to congratulate all 2014 National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association (NTMA) Honor Award winners. Each year the NTMA recognizes the most interesting, intricate and beautiful terrazzo installations from the previous year at their annual convention. This collection of jobs truly demonstrates how the quality and craftsmanship of an NTMA terrazzo Contractor and creativity of architecture and design can transform a floor into a performing art.
Center in the Square
David Allen Company
Kalama River Office Building
Kelsey Seybold Hospital System
Southern Tile & Terrazzo
Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus Phase 2A
Colorado Design Inc. Tile & Terrazzo
University of Michigan Crisler Center
San Diego International Airport
T.B. Penick & Sons
Christopher Newport University
Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church
LAX Bradley West Concourse & Core
Federal Reserve Bank
Minneapolis International Airport
Cleveland Hopkins Airport
St. Luke’s Hospital
Architect: HNTB – San Diego, CA
Terrazzo Contractor: T.B. Penick & Sons - San Diego, CA
Terrazzo Resin Supplier: Terrazzo & Marble Supply Companies
(Terroxy® Resin Systems)
Design Notes: The improved San Diego International Airport features 215,000 square feet of terrazzo. Architect, Gordon Phillips chose terrazzo not only because of its durability but the ability to produce a multitude of design ideas while keeping a seamless and clean finish. The idea behind the design was to reflect the movement of the surf on black sand showing in order across the width of the concourses – black sand, wet sand, foam, foam on water and water in sequence. The terrazzo pattern in the areas of the terminals known as Sunset Cove and the Rotundas, was inspired by the tide pools and boardwalks at Point Loma, a local beach in San Diego. The results were not only beautiful but conveyed San Diego’s unique sense of home.
With terrazzo, the possibilities are endless. Let the floor be your canvas and bring terrazzo into your next project by contacting your Architectural Sales Consultant for assistance at 800.7.MARBLE or visit www.tmsupply.com.