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Entertaining guests comes easy with a well designed, thought out outdoor space. Create flowing walkways, circular cozy niches with Bomanite Imprinted Concrete Systems. Visually, stamped concrete blends in beautifully with other building materials and architectural styles and is readily adaptable to different design schemes, ranging from Old World to Ultra-Modern.

Stamped concrete can also be used in conjunction with other decorative concrete elements such as exposed aggregate or acid staining creating an expression of lifestyle and imagination.

Imprinted Concrete’s versatility makes it an ideal flooring and paving material for a variety of applications from interior to exterior including:

• Workplace • Hospitality • Sport Arenas • Educational • Professional • Retail • Government • Residential
• Food Service • Healthcare • Automotive • Manufacturing

Unlike pre-cast unit pavers or natural stone, Bomanite Imprinted concrete can be constructed in a wide variety of texture, color and pattern options. Custom patterns and textures are developed on a regular basis for onetime projects or logos, themed spaces or custom homes. With 60 standard Bomanite Color Hardener and matching Bomanite Integral Colors plus customs and Bomanite’s Patène Artectura staining options, such as Bomanite Chemical Stain, Bomanite Interior Concrete Dye and Bomanite Con-Color, Bomanite offers the most expansive and versatile color palette on the market today.

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Brownwood Paddock Square, The Villages Florida - Bomacron Dried Earth Texture

Brownwood Paddock Square, The Villages Florida – Bomacron Dried Earth Texture

Brownwood Paddock Square, The Villages Florida - Bomacron Dried Earth Texture

Brownwood Paddock Square, The Villages Florida – Bomacron Dried Earth Texture

Brownwood Paddock Square Cowpath Entrance

Brownwood Paddock Square Cowpath Entrance

Paddock Square, a town square where residents congregate for nightly entertainment with plenty of food and retail opportunities, features water towers, silos, barn and log-cabin structures. The style is designed back to an era when cowboys drove cattle through the state. Bomanite Licensee, Edwards Concrete Company took the ideas of the architect, Michael Pape & Associates, and made them come alive with their talented crew of concrete artist and even added a few of their own designs to make the theme really stand out and create a WOW factor.

At Paddock Square, Edwards Concrete placed integrally colored concrete in an earthy brown shade. Bomanite Color Hardeners and Release Agents were utilized with the Dried Earth Texture stamp to provide an illusion of sun-baked mud and dirt.

The sidewalks to the entrance of Brownwood at paddock Square had to be poured while overhead cranes set the Bronze statues in place. Once the cows, horse and dog were in place the Edwards crew had to pour concrete up to and around the animal feet then stamped the concrete to make it look like the animals were traveling through an old west town on a dried cracked mud path. The cow and horse stamps had to be made to match the size of the animals and scale of the statues. Creative stamping techniques were utilized, for horseshoes, “cowboy” footprints and tracks of wagon wheels. Installers strapped horse stamps onto their own feet and even hired a white dog to strut across the wet concrete. The
Bomacron Dried Earth Texture imprinting tool from Bomanite was employed to weather the faux dirt.

For more information on this project or other questions, contact Edwards Concrete Bomanite. Information on the building of Brownwood is also available on YouTube Episode 8: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiypsxPZLWs&list=PL9917AFFAAEA4C534

Brownwood Paddock Square Cowpath Entrance

Brownwood Paddock Square Cowpath Entrance