EverCommerce is a hip software development company. When they decided to move into a derelict old 19th century brick building, the design challenge was to provide them a modern space that incorporated the spirit of lower downtown Denver. Lower downtown is the epicenter of redevelopment in the Denver market. Unfortunately, many of the old buildings in the area are just that, old. This particular property while sporting beautiful brick walls, posed serious challenges. Running modern access flooring over old brick foundation including areas where there was no existing floor is difficult, but installing large format tile where flatness is critical adds an even bigger challenge. Pulling all of the pieces together, the end result is an upscale, modern office space with all of the vibrancy the client desired.
Unique Installation Challenge Strategy
Due to the short timeline of the construction schedule, the trenches and holes in the floor had to be back filled with a fast drying cementitious product covering the exposed dirt floor. Once filled, the areas had to be self leveled and prepared with extreme precision for the large format tile and access flooring. The tight tolerances for levelness and flatness of the tile in combination with the exactness of the access flooring and the short time line created a challenge that we were able to overcome.