SPARTACOTE® concrete coatings are perfect solutions for busy parking garages. Due to their excellent durability, chemical resistance, and fast return to service, SPARTACOTE coatings are often specified by design teams throughout the world. Even in instances where parking structures are below-grade, SPARTACOTE has system specifications in place to ensure the right coating products are selected.
The world renown Kimbell Art Museum is known for both the value of the pieces it displays as well as the unique architecture housing its collection. Originally designed by legendary architect Louis I Kahn, the Texas based museum’s vaulted gallery ceiling projects natural light throughout the structure. This design provides for a very bright yet pleasant environment while not exposing any art to direct sunlight. Considered truly groundbreaking at the time of its construction, the Kimbell Art Museum remains the standard by which all new art galleries are judged.
When famed Architect Renzo Piano was selected to design the addition to the museum that would bear his namesake, it was critical that every detail was expertly selected to compliment the original structure. Following a thorough evaluation process, SPARTACOTE GUARD PURE™ concrete coating system was chosen for the museum’s nearly 60,000 square foot entry and commercial parking structure.
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As the first impression that many museum goers receive at the new Piano Pavilion, the below-grade commercial garage flooring needed to not only be functional but aesthetically appealing. The system consisted of a primer coat of SPARTACOTE Hydro-Shield SL™ moisture mitigation primer (Note: DRYTEK™ Moisture Vapor Barrier may be substituted for Hydro-Shield SL as a moisture mitigating primer), followed by 2 coats of custom pigmented SPARTACOTE® PURE™ stripes and markings, and […]