Invented by Venetian mosaic workers in the 15th century, terrazzo is a highly versatile building material used as flooring, walls, countertops in indoor applications. Terrazzo can be either poured in place or set with precast. Terrazzo consists of marble, quartz, granite, or glass chips combined with either an epoxy or cementitious binder. Today epoxy terrazzo systems are widely installed across the United States and serve as a green building material to use in sustainable building projects. Common places where terrazzo floors are installed include universities, hospitals, airports, office lobbies, and other commercial properties.

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