Project Specs:

Color: Medium gray epoxy with chip blend “Oystershell”
Size: varies depending on location

Over the past year, Dancer Concrete Design has installed epoxy floors in seven different Meijer locations. For all 13 separate projects (at the seven stores) we installed a full broadcast epoxy floor. This is a slip-resistant flooring that will hold up to the heavy foot traffic.

We start the installation by applying a base coat of medium grey epoxy. A chip blend called “Oystershell” is then broadcast into the floor. The chips create the slip-resistant flooring. A final topcoat is applied after the chips have been scraped to seal the floor. For each bathroom floor, we also installed an integral cove. This means that we took the epoxy and applied it vertically around the edges of the room. This helps protect the walls from moisture and allows the bathroom to be hosed down. The 5″ cove is applied with the same steps as the floor: base coat, chips and top coat. The final step is to apply an urethane gloss finish coat.

List of Meijer locations with a Dancer Concrete Design floor:

  • 2200 Tiffin Ave., Findlay, OH – GM restrooms
  • 1391 Conant Road, Maumee, OH – GM and grocery restrooms
  • 6309 Lima Road, Fort Wayne, IN – GM, front and rear restrooms
  • 10301 SR-37, Fort Wayne, IN – rear restrooms
  • 2301 E. Markland Ave., Kokomo, IN – GM, grocery and rear restrooms
  • 5150 S. Franklin St., Michigan City, IN – grocery and rear restrooms
  • 17000 Mercantile Blvd., Noblesville, IN – front restrooms