Epoxy Terrazzo Flooring for the new OakCliff Government Building

Project details

Andreola Terrazzo completed this project which consists of 9,500 square feet of white epoxy terrazzo flooring on two levels. The project boasts two precast terrazzo staircases and two elevators with epoxy flooring.

The completed civic building houses many culturally rich murals, art work, and epoxy terrazzo floors with a special inlay of a mosaic designed by Viola Delgado, depicting Oak Cliff and the Trinity River in its native name, Arkikosa.

Andreola Terrazzo was tasked with the installation of the unique emblem mosaic which can be viewed in the entry of the new civic center. The installation was an intricate process of hand installing each piece and placing them to recreate the exact image of the artist’s work.

This superior installation will serve the community and the city for the life of the building. It is a stunning example of how terrazzo can be used to create beautiful and functional flooring while keeping the cost of maintenance to a minimum for the life of the building.

Location: Dallas, Texas

General Contractor: Ryan Companies

Architect: Good, Fulton, & Farrell, Inc.

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