Specializing in poured in place terrazzo floor, Concord Terrazzo Company also manufactures precast terrazzo tiles to complement our seamless floor system in small commercial areas.

We help architects, designers and contractors with their commercial spaces. At this time, we are not accepting residential homeowner requests.

Concord Precast Terrazzo helps architects and designers complement their poured-in-place epoxy terrazzo floors with terrazzo tile in small areas of a commercial building. All custom tiles come in various design and size options.

Important: We are a terrazzo company and not a tile company; therefore, we only manufacture terrazzo tiles for small commercial projects in areas where poured in place terrazzo is not a realistic option.


We have the capability to manufacture epoxy terrazzo tile for projects approximately 500-1,000 square ft. For projects over 1,000 square feet, a Concord Terrazzo Company advisor can recommend a suitable floor finish. Terrazzo tiles can be installed for the following spaces:


  • Stair landings
  • Elevator cabs
  • Small entrance lobbies
  • Commercial restrooms


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Commercial Tile

Why TERRAZZCO Terrazzo Tiles?

Precast terrazzo achieves many of the aesthetic qualities of our poured in place epoxy terrazzo floors. Terrazzo tiles work as a perfect substitute for traditional terrazzo where they may be substrate concerns. More so, tiles come close to an epoxy terrazzo installation without the cure time and labor. All precast products are fabricated at our in-house precast department crafted and polished by hand with accuracy and quality.


From a construction standpoint, terrazzo tiles can be applied like traditional tiles. It is also 50% lighter than other tiling materials, making it valuable for multi-story installations. In addition to flooring, a custom tile can be used to make astonishing countertops, walls, and other indoor applications. In comparison to ceramic and stone tiles, terrazzo tiles are a more cost-effective and durable floor finish.


Depending on the size of your commercial project, poured in place epoxy terrazzo may be a better fit over terrazzo tile. Seamless epoxy terrazzo lasts longer, offers greater design flexibility, and has lower maintenance costs than terrazzo tiles. For projects over 1,000 square feet, we recommend architects and designers contact a Concord Terrazzo representative to discuss terrazzo solutions.

Epoxy Terrazzo Tile or Poured-In-Place Epoxy Terrazzo?

Concord Terrazzo Company, Inc specializes in poured-in-place epoxy terrazzo. When specifying terrazzo for commercial and institutional buildings, our advisors believe poured-in-place epoxy terrazzo will bring the best value to your project in terms of durability and design, especially in high traffic spaces. The Concord Terrazzo precast department has the capability of manufacturing custom terrazzo tile for elevator cabs, stair landings, and for small commercial spaces. Here are the pros and cons that can help you evaluate which flooring system is best for your project.

Epoxy Terrazzo Floor Design

Pros: Poured in Place Terrazzo


  • Ideal for high traffic commercial spaces


  • Pricing includes the cost of materials and installation


  • 40+ year floor; can last the lifetime of any building


  • A seamless surface that is easy to maintain


  • More customization and design flexibility than tile


  • Less susceptible to cracking than tile


  • Shorter lead times to deliver materials than tile


  • Antimicrobial


  • Quick cure-to-grind time


  • Can be poured over existing surfaces

Cons: Poured in Place Terrazzo


  • Requires professional installation by NTMA contractor or a qualified installer.


  • Not recommended for outdoor use


  • May require time to plan designs


  • Cost varies depending on the size of the project and the complexity of the design
Terrazzo Tile

Pros: Epoxy Terrazzo Tile


  • Ideal for small commercial spaces (elevators, stair landings, restrooms)


  • Durable flooring surface


  • Material Customization


  • Manufactured offsite and delivered for easy installation


  • Multiple applications: flooring, walls, and backsplashes


  • 50% lighter than other tile materials


  • Specialty contractors not needed to install products although NTMA contractor is recommended.

Cons: Epoxy Terrazzo Tile


  • Shorter lifecycle than poured-in-place terrazzo


  • Dirt and bacteria can accumulate in grout lines


  • Not recommended for outdoor use


  • More susceptible to cracking or needing replacement than poured in place


  • Less design flexibility with tile


  • Longer lead times to manufacture a custom terrazzo tile than delivering epoxy terrazzo materials to the job site.


  • Tile generally priced at material cost only so appears significantly cheaper.
Have questions about which terrazzo flooring system is right for your project? Contact a Concord Terrazzo advisor at info@terrazzco.com.

Size Options


  • 12″x12″ at 3/8″ thickness


  • 18″x18″ at 3/8″ thickness


  • 24″x24″ at 3/8″ thickness


  • 24″x48″ at 3/8″ thickness


  • Custom Sizes Available Upon Request
Precast Epoxy Terrazzo

Color Options


When designing with TERRAZZCO, epoxy terrazzo provides limitless color options and a combination of aggregates. Browse our collections.

Price Range for Custom Tiles

Standard Series
$24.50 - $28.50 per sq ft
Monochrome Series
$24.50 - $28.50 per sq ft
Semi-Exotic Series
$27.50 - $30 per sq ft
Exotic Series
$29.50 - $36 per sq ft
Custom Designs
$Request a Quote

*These prices are based on our 24″x24″ size. For an accurate quote on other custom sizes, please contact a Concord Terrazzo representative*

Terrazzo Tile Wall

*For commercial projects over 1,000 square ft, architects and designers may discuss flooring options with Concord Terrazzo representatives. Thinset epoxy terrazzo may be priced similarly or less than terrazzo tiles per square feet depending on your location. Contact a representative at info@terrazzco.com.*

Lead Times


Due to the customization of epoxy terrazzo tiles, standard lead times are approximately 12-14 weeks. Concord Terrazzo Company does not carry stocked precast tiles. Production of tile begins when designers approve samples and 50% deposit is made. Remaining 50% due prior to shipping of the product. Keep in mind, we primarily work with architects and contractors for their commercial and institutional projects; therefore, we cannot accept any residential homeowner requests at this time.

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