Missouri Floor was called to a local early childhood development school over a year ago to start planning for a better alternative to the existing gym surface. After discussing the use and expectations of the Owner, it was decided a Robbins Pulastic sport surface would be a great solution. The Owner began budgeting for the improvements and a year later had us set up to start.
Robbins Pulastic Classic 110 in Multipurpose Room
The cushioned shock pad and poured layer create a comfortable “seamless” material that provide a safe and sanitary surface for the children. All the materials are VOC friendly and designed to pass the toughest standards in the Country (CA).
The multi-colored topcoat was decided on to give the kids a “field of play”. Robbins Pulastic floors have a range of colors available that can be used for just about any design.
The Owner was looking for something unique that guests would remember as they enter the home. It’s safe to say they succeeded here with the beautiful entry floor! The custom wood design used red oak to match other wood flooring in the home and added a walnut feature strip accent.
Red Oak parquet wood with a Walnut feature strip
Once concern of the Owner’s was how everything would “flow” with the other wood areas. A common stain was used to bring everything together and as a highlight, it brought out the walnut feature strip.
Everyone’s home lays different so don’t hesitate to call for us to come see what we can do in yours today!
It’s not everyday you come across a “Home Court” but we’re adding this one to our list. Another successful installation by our crews.
Mid Floor Installation
Ready for the next star!
We installed a Robbins Pulastic Classic 90 in this home gym as a practice and play facility for the Owner. It gives new meaning to telling the kids to “Go shoot some hoops!”
A roof leak over the past year caused damage to a local high school where a repair followed by a sand and finish of the floor was required to fix the damage. We were called out to inspect and present options for the Owner after the floor began showing signs of moisture. Once the source was determined and fixed, we were there working on the solution!
After Sand & finish of Wood Floor
We installed white oak throughout the main floor of this residence. Wide plank “handscraped” rift & quartersawn material was selected throughout the Great Room, Powder Room, & Office.
Select white oak strip was installed throughout the Kitchen, Breakfast, & Dining Rooms while the Foyer was highlighted with a rift & quartersawn cut material in a “herringbone” pattern.A mild brown stain was used throughout for a uniform appearance and finished off with an oil modified polyurethane. Due to the abundant amount of natural light entering the room, texture of the “handscraped” material, and overall use we decided on a satin sheen for the finish.
When selecting a “job finish” like this to your wood floor you have the flexibility of not only the stain color, but also the sheen of the finish product.
From Eureka College (Illinois) this past summer to Eureka High School (Missouri) this winter. Many saw the effects the flood waters brought to the high school wood gym floors this past December.
The District responded within hours of the water receding and we were there when the phone rang. Plans and action started immediately with the goal in mind of getting things back to normal for the students. The kids being able to play a game on the new floor this season was a “long shot” at best when the wood floor was being delivered, but this past week it became a reality. It took organization, hard work, and communication by all. In an emotional project like this it goes beyond being another floor. Missouri Floor Company was proud to play part in it all. Congrats to the Girls team for breaking the floor in with a WIN!!!
We are set to finish up the wood floor in Gym B this week and will follow through with the floors in the Aerobic & Wrestling Areas in the next couple weeks. Pictures will follow…
Anchored Resilient Wood Floor
Missouri Floor recently finished a large Gym renovation project up at Eureka College. The project started as a dream for the facility and evolved into a first class facility. The project team was very involved and took the time to evaluate options based on the athlete’s safety, longevity, and overall appeal. As you can see from the pics, the court layout was custom designed with the use of gameline paint, stain, & different maple grades. We wish the Red Devils best of luck this season!
Gym Floor Renovation at Reagan Center
The picture above shows how the main court can be highlighted through the use of different grade maple and staining of areas.
A little shout out from Steve Thompson, A.D. at Eureka College.
New Hardwood Gym Floor
As a follow up to a previous post…the new hardwood court for the Varsity Gym was completed on time! It took a lot of coordination (and long hours) by numerous trades but the renovation looks great and will last the Owner for years to come.
Varsity Gym Floor
This project was part of the renovation of the original Athletic Center where we installed wood & rubber sport floors back in 1983. Check back for more pictures of Phase 2 in the Spring of 2016.
Gym Floor Maintenance
Potosi School District had us out again this summer for their annual wood floor refinishing. Missouri Floor Co. replaced the H.S. floor in 2010 and sanded the M.S. floor in 2013. Due to their dedication to the gym floor maintenance, the floors keep shining like new! We appreciate the relationship and wish them the best of luck this sports season.
The beginning of the summer brought the first phase of the Wash U Fitness, Recreational, & Athletics renovation project. Like most summer projects, there was a time crunch that required daily coordination with other trades. Through communication and trust, we were able to deliver our portion of work a few days early to keep from having any delays.
Washington University Auxiliary Gym Renovation
This picture was taken during the gameline process of the floor. I’m not sure how our guys keep from getting confused with all of the lines, but they do a great job and got it completed early!
We have enjoyed over a 30 year relationship with the University and look forward to Phase 2 starting up this spring.