|Our 10 Most Popular Instagram Project Photos
Every year we delight in looking back at our most popular project photos. Projects this year were a wonderful mix of new construction and historic restoration coupled with a few maintenance projects. We thank our many clients and customers who not only distinguished themselves by these fabulous projects, but also shared their images and insight with us. Thank you everyone who helped make 2019 a truly special year and who helped us reach another sales milestone in the United States. We hope you enjoy these fantastic images!
Savannah College of Art and Design, New Student Housing, Atlanta Campus
Precast concrete construction was treated with Concretal Sol Silicate Finish in a compelling near-black custom color. In the heart of Atlanta's mid-town, this new building is a compelling addition to the Atlanta skyline.
Central Square Library Cambridge, MA
Community art in the Central Square neighborhood of Cambridge is such a vital part of the fabric of this community that it was natural to add graphics and a mural of Concretal Sol Silicate Stain and Paint to the library and parking garage.
Memorial Presbyterian Church, St. Augustine, FL
Constructed in 1889, the church is constructed of poured concrete mixed with coquina stone, one of a few examples of this type of construction and was refinished if Concretal Sol Finish in a more historically relevant color.
71 Fifth Avenue on Union Square, New York, NY
This 1908 Flatiron District landmark needed an updated facade which was accomplished with Soldalit Sol Silicate All Surface Finish.
Park Slope Brownstone Residence, Brooklynn, NY
Another beautiful brownstone residence was transformed and is now protected for decades to come with Soldalit Sol Silicate All Surface Finish in a stunning custom color.
62 Avenue B, New York, NY
This six story apartment building in the East Village was renovated with Concretal Sol Silicate Finish to provide new life to the facade. It is also home to the New Amsterdam School with murals by Lazure artist Robert Logsdon.
National Veterans Monument and Museum, Columbus, OH
Striking new cast concrete construction was finished inside and out with Concretal Pigmented Mineral Stain to provide a whiter finish and allow the natural patina of the formed concrete to also be showcased.
Saint John's Parish House, Washington DC
Built in 1836 and also known as the Ashburton House, it is widely recognized as one of the most important examples of neoclassical structures in Washington. Recently updated with Soldalit Sol Silicate All Surface Finish in its recognizable yellow hue.
KEIM technicians installing Mock-ups in New York, NY
No list of favorite photos would be complete without an image of our field sales and service team supporting yet another project with a mock-up installation of our new Concreta Black Purity, the blackest mineral paint ever available.
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