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ArchitectsGreen Endurance Flooring is a form of polished concrete that works towards eliminating issues in the finished appearance.

Green Endurance Flooring is primarily for new construction, where there is control over every aspect that affects the Green Endurance Flooring results - Joint Placement, Concrete Mix Design, Placement, Finishing, Curing, Polishing Process, Protection, and Ongoing Maintenance. Existing floors may be candidates, but only after careful evaluation by an accredited installer and approval from Green Endurance Flooring.

Green Endurance Flooring installers are independent and have extensive experience working with architects, designers, engineers, general contractors and owners. Green Endurance Flooring is an approved AIA continuing education provider and, upon request, will come to your office and provide you with a presentation on the technicalities of the Green Endurance Flooring process.

For further details, please read "vs. Polished Concrete."

Green Endurance Flooring installers understand the needs of general contractors; they understand how critical it is to adhere to tight schedules and the proper scheduling of other trades around the Green Endurance Flooring installation.

Green Endurance Flooring is an approved AIA continuing education provider and, upon request, will come to your office and provide you with a presentation on the technicalities of the Green Endurance Flooring process.

Contributes Points Toward LEED® Certification

Choosing a Polished Concrete Solution helps your facility meet LEED® benchmarks to achieve recognition as a high-performance green building.

  • Energy and Atmosphere - Thermal Conductivity and the Reduction of Overhead Lighting Needs
  • Materials and Resources - Building Reuse, Recycled Content and Regional Materials
  • Indoor Environmental Air Quality - Low Emitting Materials and Mold Prevention
  • Innovation and Design Process

Ask for our White Paper on how Green Endurance specifically contributes to LEED®.

Reduces Maintenance Costs

Remember: at the end of the day, a processed concrete surface is still concrete; it is consistently inconsistent. For further details, please read "vs. Polished Concrete."


Green Building Council Member    AIA Continuing Education Provider

Disclaimer: Products are not reviewed or certified under LEED®. LEED® credit requirements cover the performance of materials in aggregate, not the performance of individual products or brands. For more information on LEED®, visit http://www.usgbc.org/leed.

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