• Two flights of precast terrazzo stair treads and risers at Johnson C. Smith University
  • Creative terrazzo design is quite visual at Johnson C. Smith University
  • Aerial View of the Terrazzo Floor Design at Johnson C. Smith University
  • Precast Terrazzo Stair Treads and Risers installed at Johnson C. Smith University
  • Terrazzo flooring and Precast Stair Treads installed at Johnson C. Smith University
  • Terrazzo design at Johnson C. Smith University
  • White terrazzo floors at Johnson C. Smith University

PROJECT LOCATION:

Charlotte, North Carolina

GENERAL CONTRACTOR:

Messer Construction Group

ARCHITECTS:

Gantt Huberman Architects

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ABOUT THIS PROJECT:

Upon completion, the New Science Building at Johnson C. Smith University is now the largest building on campus. Housing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs, student enrollment is predicted to grow in the upcoming years. As a result, Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo worked with the architects to design a terrazzo floor that could help stimulate young minds. Using a 800 level grit polish, 3,733 square feet of epoxy terrazzo floor combines multiple epoxy resin colors with sustainable aggregates like cobalt blue glass. Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo also installed two flights of precast stairs that lead to different classrooms and staff offices. Johnson C. Smith University represents the standard of sustainable design that architects and designers are leaning towards in developing new buildings on a university’s campus.

Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo is “Your Choice in Terrazzo.” Contact us at (704) 921-4940 or info@doyledickersonterrazzo.com

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