For Architects & Designers
Terrazzo’s versatility, durability, and long history have made it a favorite of many of the architects who work with the NCTA. They share their stories here.
Looking for more information? From LEED certification information to color palettes and maintenance information, we’ve got you covered.
Ready to get started? Our complete directory of NCTA contractors can get your project off the design page and onto the floor.
What Is Terrazzo?
Why Use Terrazzo?
Long-lasting construction eliminates environmental impact of replacement. Terrazzo flooring can be preserved even if the building is updated 60 or 70 years later.
Terrazzo construction uses locally-sourced materials, and can include recycled glass. It also uses zero-VOC materials that have little to zero off-gassing.
Terrazzo shows its true colors in high-traffic areas where durability, longevity and minimal maintenance are critical. With proper terrazzo maintenance, a floor may never need to be replaced.
About The NCTA
Learn About Terrazzo
See Terrazzo in Action
Terrazzo is transforming floors throughout the Midwest. See our spotlight on some of the best projects NCTA contractors have been working on all over the region.
- Convention Centers/Arenas