Discover how epoxy terrazzo designs beautiful & durable floors for hospitals & healthcare facilities, supporting patient needs & eliminating germs.

A Place to Heal



Need a floor that prevents the spread of germs? Go with epoxy terrazzo. Epoxy terrazzo is changing the landscape of healthcare design by stopping the spread of bacteria, mold, and mildew while offering an outstanding solution in durability and design.


Visiting the doctor’s office annually or multiple times a year for check-ups is necessary to stay informed about your health. While these visits can cause people to feel anxious, healthcare facilities can rely on epoxy terrazzo in helping establish a more comfortable and accessible environment for patients.

How Epoxy Terrazzo Benefits Hospitals

  • Durable floor finish for high-traffic areas
  • Most cost-effective flooring system due to low maintenance costs over lifecycle
  • Design flexibility to create wayfinding patterns and engaging designs
  • Prevention and spread of bacteria, mold, and mildew
  • Quick installation covering large areas of space, reducing project duration
  • Meets LEED criteria with recycled contents and regionally sourced materials
  • Easy to clean, easy to maintain floor finish
  • Safe walkways with slip-resistant floors
  • Zero VOCs for healthy indoor environments
  • Seamless finish for better patient accessibility


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Unmatched Durability

The strength of epoxy terrazzo flooring is perfect for high-traffic hospital settings. Areas found within a healthcare facility including lobbies, hallways, and emergency rooms stand to benefit from the maximum lifecycle of terrazzo.


Epoxy terrazzo is the most cost-effective flooring solution to choose for healthcare facilities. Other flooring systems require more repairs and replacements over time thus costing building owners more money after the installation. Epoxy terrazzo covers large areas with little need for repairs or replacements over its lifecycle.


Epoxy terrazzo is proven to stand the test of time. It’s a high-performance flooring system that typically lasts the lifetime of any healthcare building.

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Better Health for Patients

We all go to the doctors to feel better. But did you know it is possible to contract a Healthcare-Associated Infection (HAI) during a visit? According to Health.gov1 in 25 inpatients will carry an infection related to hospital care.


To address concerns related to hospital-borne infections, healthcare systems can turn to terrazzo as its choice of flooring. An epoxy terrazzo floor is nonporous which prevents the growth and spread of bacteria, mold, and mildew.


In addition to antimicrobial growth, zero VOCs in epoxy terrazzo improve the overall indoor air quality in hospital settings, helping patients breathe much easier.

Preventing Falls in Hospitals

Falls are among the largest reported accidents in hospitals. Patient falls can be prevented with poured-in-place epoxy terrazzo flooring.


A smooth terrazzo finish reduces the likelihood of falls. No joints allows more accessibility for patients navigating with a walker, crutch or wheelchair throughout the building.


In addition to its seamless finish, epoxy terrazzo meets ADA recommendations for slip resistance flooring in dry and wet conditions. Antislip floors offer safety for inpatients and visitors.

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Ease of Maintenance

When healthcare facilities value cleanliness, there’s no better flooring system than epoxy terrazzo. Terrazzo flooring is seamless making it easy to clean daily.


All that is required to clean an epoxy terrazzo floor is a mop and bucket of warm water. Epoxy terrazzo is resistant to stains and chemicals, making the floors easy to clean around hospital laboratories and operating rooms.


With no grout joints, terrazzo floors eliminate the build of up dirt and debris.

Design Flexibility

Epoxy terrazzo offers design flexibility with endless possibilities. Architects and interior designers have the capability to add creative artwork in hallways and lobbies in virtually any color, helping patients feel more relaxed during their visit.


Architects may use terrazzo design to navigate visitors to their right destinations using wayfinding cues.


Particularly in children’s hospitals, architects bring out vivid colors and playful imagery appropriate for young children. Epoxy terrazzo works well with interiors to create an all-encompassing healthcare environment.

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