Emergency flooring

December 01, 2000 |

When Chesapeake (Va.) General Hospital requested the repair of the floor in its dual birthing rooms, the stipulations were that one of the rooms be available at all times for emergencies. The job also required that the application and curing emit no toxic or objectionable fumes. Applicators had only a 36-hour window from start to finish on this project.

As hoped, the Phoenix Epoxy One Step Floor Covering, an epoxy and marble aggregate flooring system, was applied in two quick phases. Because of bacterial concerns, the project required the flooring have no seams. And, even though the room was needed for an emergency during the installation, the flooring process went off without a hitch.

American Hi-Tech Flooring.

Circle 216

 

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