Epoxy Terrazzo

Epoxy Terrazzo

With your surface as the canvas, Terroxy® Resin Systems provide the ability to transform creativity into a durable and timeless art. Terroxy® Epoxy Matrix offers designers the ability to create the most distinctive patterns and the most vibrant colour palette for their projects. This unlimited design and colour flexibility is unique to epoxy flooring. By selecting the appropriate colours, patterns and aggregates, designers can create virtually any design imaginable. Terroxy® Resin Systems’ Epoxy Matrix, provides a beautiful, seamless surface that is easy to maintain.  The combination of beauty, durability and low maintenance has led to a renaissance in the use of terrazzo over the past decade. Today, terrazzo flooring continues to provide the ultimate durability, typically lasting the life of the building.  Resistant to chemicals, oil, grease and bacteria, Terroxy Epoxy Matrix is ideal for commercial, industrial, and institutional applications. This special formulation prevents colours from fading or wearing thin.  Common applications include airports, hospitals, museums, office buildings, restaurants, schools, shopping malls and stadiums/convention centers.

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About Domus Terrazzo

Domus Terrazzo is the only “one stop” Terrazzo supplier in Canada providing the epoxy resin, aggregates, divider strips and equipment. Terroxy Resin Systems provides peace of mind by enhancing the durability of your flooring system with the finest selection of quality primers, anti-fracture membranes and sealers; helping to make your flooring needs complete. Domus Terrazzo offers a variety of crushed marble and specialty aggregates including pre and post-consumer recycled glass and mirror as well as a number of Italian, Turkish, American and Canadian aggregates in sizes ranging from 00 to Venetian. Domus Terrazzo provides architects and designers with complimentary samples through the Terroxy Hard Sample Program.

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Custom Samples

Domus Terrazzo provides architects and designers with complimentary samples through the Terroxy Hard Sample Program. Design specialists can customize colours to meet nearly any design need; the chip combinations and colour selections are endless. Samples are custom made to the exact colour and aggregate specifications.

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Awards

National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association, Inc. 2020 Honor Award Winner

National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association, Inc. 2020 Honor Award Winner

Seneca College

The raw materials in creating this striking work of art were epoxy terrazzo in 22 vibrant colors with white glass, clear glass, mirror, and marble chips and an intricate waterjet-cut aluminum divider strip pattern.

This durable installation will last the life of the building. The local indigenous community was engaged in the development of this new facility for innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship. The terrazzo contractor worked closely with the artist, a member of the Neskantaga First Nation, producing numerous color samples to ensure that his vision was translated accurately into the floor.

Architect: Perkins and Will
Artist: Joseph Sagaj
GC: EllisDon
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo

TTMAC Terrazzo Hard Surface Award 2020

TTMAC Terrazzo Hard Surface Award 2020

Tom Patterson Theatre

In 1952, Tom Patterson set out to establish a six-week Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Ontario. Now, 66 years later, the Stratford Festival operates year round and has welcomed 28 million theatregoers, generating billions of dollars' worth of economic activity for the city.

In 2020, to mark the lOOth anniversary of his birth, the Stratford Festival will dedicate a glorious new theatre to Tom Patterson.

The Terrazzo protion of this project consisted of 9 restrooms located throughout the building. The scope of the work included 2500 square feet of venetian epoxy terrazzo flooring with brass coloured plastic divider strips, 7000 square feet of the precast epoxy terrazzo walls and 150 lineal feet of precast epoxy terrazzo countertops. The longest of these countertops measured over 34 feet in length. These countertops were cast in one piece with a 4" apron.

Architect: Hariri Pontarini
GC: EllisDon
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo

TTMAC International Hard Surface Award 2020

TTMAC International Hard Surface Award 2020

The Glass Knife

The Glass Knife is a cafe/bakery inspired by a loving mother and hobbyist baker whose talents transformed her baking into a true creative profession.

Jacque, current owner Steve Brown's mother, was an avid collector of depression glass including an extensive collection of glass knives, which became the inspiration and brand of this project. The glass knives inspired all aspects of the interior design including the custom terrazzo floor throughout the space. The star pattern featured in floor comes directly from the detailing most commonly found on the handles of these knives. The pink, blue and green hues used for the 'stars', are the colours of the knives themselves. The most unique aspect of the floor is that each and every star is embedded with chips of the crushed depression glass that belonged to Brown's mother.

Architect: Maverick Architects
Artist: Surroundings Interiors
GC: Welbro Building Corp
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo

TTMAC Restoration Hard Surface Award 2019

TTMAC Restoration Hard Surface Award 2019

University of Western College

The University College in London, ON is one of the University of Western Ontario's most iconic buildings. Originally constructed in 1922, the interior infrastructure was no longer able to match the university's modern demands, so a massive renovation was needed.

The terrazzo contractor restored 52,000 sq. ft. of flooring, along with four staircases and one grand staircase. One of the big challenges was repairing cracks and patches in the almost 100-year-old terrazzo floors using tinted cements. Another was installing 8,000 square feet of new terrazzo floors to match existing floors in the building. This was achieved by honouring methods used 100 years ago. The terrazzo contractor used reclaimed marble mosaics in place of today's methods of using divider strips. The auditorium's existing wood stage was replaced with a black terrazzo floor and fittingly features the University of Western Ontario's logo in white and purple terrazzo with glass aggregates.

Architect: Architect Tillman Ruth Robinson
General Contractor: Tonda Construction Trade
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo

TTMAC Unique Special Award 2019

TTMAC Unique Special Award 2019

University of Toronto's Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The University of Toronto's Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship is a space that encourages engineers to bring their innovative ideas and products to the marketplace.

Fittingly, the terrazzo work featured in this project embodied this spirit. Three grand staircases that resulted in 1,535 ft. of stair treads and 500 sq. ft. of landings were installed. The tread and riser were composed of one solid piece of terrazzo and had a triangular shape to allow the threads to be stacked and locked into place on site. The landings were constructed of 4-inch precast terrazzo panels divided with 14-inch brass divider strips. The auditorium's 112 stair treads and 27 landings were precast treads made with a unique design, which were all manufactured at the contractor's shop, delivered on site and bolted into place on a steel structure. The grand staircase also included a seating area crafted of solid terrazzo blocks, which were installed by stacking and utilizing the inventive bolting system.

Architect: Montgomery Sisam Architects
General Contractor: Bird Construction Trade
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo"

TTMAC Terrazzo Hard Surface Award 2018

TTMAC Terrazzo Hard Surface Award 2018

Joseph Brant Hospital

As part of the redevelopment and expansion of the Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, ON, the use of technology, open spaces and a calming environment were used to encourage health and healing - and flooring played a key role in that.

The terrazzo project consisted of 28,000 sq. ft. of nine millimetre-thick epoxy terrazzo bordered in 3,000 lineal feet of 100-millimetre-high terrazzo cove base. The entire epoxy terrazzo floor had a full coverage crack isolation membrane and a moisture vapour barrier applied. The team of architects designed a linear pattern outlined with 16-gauge zinc divider strips. Eight colours of epoxy terrazzo, ranging from whites, greys, teals and blues, were composed of marble chips from a Canadian quarry, recycled glass and mirror chips. The 3,000-square-foot covered pedestrian bridge had a clear non-slip coating applied over the terrazzo to ensure the floor was not only visually appealing, but safe. The redevelopment and expansion of the hospital was the largest project of its kind ever undertaken in Burlington.

Architect: Parkin Architects
General Contractor: EllisDon Corp.
Owner: Joseph Brant Hospital Trade
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo
Supplier: Domus Terrazzo

Project Profiles

Seneca College 2019

Seneca College

A Terrazzo medallion at Seneca College's Centre for Innovaion, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CITE) in Toronto pays tribute to Indigenous culture.

Architect: Perkins and Will
Artist: Joseph Sagaj
GC: EllisDon
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo
Supplier: Domus Terrazzo

Joseph Brant Hospital 2018

Joseph Brant Hospital

As part of the redevelopment and expansion of the Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, ON, 28,000 sq. ft. of epoxy terrazzo was installed. This was the largest redevelopement project of its kind ever undertaken in Burlington.

Architect: Parkin Architects
GC: EllisDon Trade
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo
Supplier: Domus Terrazzo

Tsawwassen Mills 2017

Tsawwassen Mills

A 2,000 sq. ft. circular design named “The Coast Salish"" was installed in a shopping mall located on Tsawwassen First Nations land in Delta, B.C., Tsawwassen Mills. The strip design consisted of symbols meaningful to the Tsawwassen First Nations.

Architect: IPRA Architects
GC: Ledcor Constructing Ltd.
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo
Supplier: Domus Terrazzo

Wellington Building

Wellington Building

Located in Ottawa, 180 Wellington is recognized as a Federal Heritage Building. A major restoration has brought the building back to its original splendor, while incorporating new and modern touches. It has 30,000 sq. ft. of 3/8 in. epoxy terrazzo system composed of 100 percent Canadian white marble chips.

Architect: NORR GC: EllisDon
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo
Supplier: Domus Terrazzo

Hockey Hall of Fame 2016

Hockey Hall of Fame

This hybrid museum / Hall of Fame exhibit space was developed around a 30 ft. diameter terrazzo map of the world, made to emphasize the global appeal of ice hockey.

Architect: Holman Exhibits
Designer: Terry Heard Designers
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo
Supplier: Domus Terrazzo

University of Western College

University of Western College

Constructed in 1922, The University College's interior infrastructure was no longer able to match the university's modern demands, so a massive renovation was needed. The terrazzo contractor restored 52,000 sq. ft. of flooring, along with four staircases and one grand staircase.

Architect: Architect Tillman Ruth Robinson
GC: Tonda
Contractor: Franklin Terrazzo

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