Ontario Construction News staff writer
Ottawa’s Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) chapter has scheduled its first in-person event in two years, as COVID-19 pandemic restrictions ease.
Brian R. Salazar, national business development manager from Euclid Canada Inc., will outline at an April 13 Lunch and Learn gathering how to make polished concrete floors and polishable overlays to look better.
“As sustainable finishes including polished concrete surfaces are considered as one of LEED projects design requirements, polished concrete floors are more popular these days than ever, but they don’t offer the aesthetic look that attracts owners,” the presentation notice says.
“This presentation provides cutting edge information to the industry related to polished concrete and self-levelling polishable overlays.”
Salazar will “present new methods and procedures with several highlights on new technologies that can be used to provide a consistent appearance when the base concrete is less than ideal for polishing.”
Designers, owners and concrete products installers will find the program to be relevant.
Admission is free for CSC Ottawa members (who can bring a non-member guest) and $10.00 plus HST for non-members. It takes place at the Overbrook CommunityCentre (Workshop Room), 33 Quill St.