Herman Miller, Inc. designs, builds and distributes some of the most sophisticated furniture in the world. When they relocated from the Dallas Design District to the uptown area on McKinney Avenue, the space they selected offered some interesting flooring challenges. 2811 McKinney Avenue is a mixed-use office complex built in 1984. While the space HM leased is on the ground floor, most of the space is on a suspended slab. The existing concrete floor had elevation changes in excess of 3” across the 5,400 sf of area. The requirement of the interior finish-out was to produce a high-end, refined look. We achieved the look and produced a flat floor by installing self-leveling concrete overlay, utilizing both CTS Cement’s LevelFlor and TRU to produce an acceptable concrete canvas to polish.
The overlay then received the Bomanite Custom Polishing System to produce the finished product. For more information on Herman Miller, visit www.hermanmiller.com. For more information on the products and systems we used, visit www.ctscement.com and www.bomanite.com.