Photos By Color

Beautifully colored concrete using Davis Colors.

Click on any of the galleries below to see amazing examples of projects created with Davis Colors pigments.

Statue of Liberty Restoration Since Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on the East Coast last fall, the aftermath of the storm is still being felt. The Statue of Liberty is one such landmark that suffered serious damage and is in the process of being restored. EP Henry is part of these efforts and is providing pavers (Brick Stone, Autumn Blend) for the 50,000 square-foot walkway surrounding the base of the statue.

Autumn Blend

This concrete walkway at the Heritage Bark Park in Henderson, NV was colored with Davis Colors’ Baja Red and finished with a broom finish. The landscape design was done by the Design Workshop. To contact the Design Workshop visit their website www.designworkshop.com or call them at 775-588-5929. To learn more about this project go to http://www.landscapeonline.com/research/article/14721.

Baja Red

The concrete contractor Riverstone Stamp Concrete used Davis Colors’ Bayou integral pigment to color the concrete. They used Arizona Flagstone stamps from Proline Concrete Tools and a medium gray liquid release agent. After washing off the release agent, they returned to use a black grout to hand grout all the stamped joints to make it look like real stone. You can reach Riverstone Stamp Concrete by phone at 208-704-7468. The Ready Mix concrete company was Interstate Concrete & Asphalt their phone number is 208-765-1144. To learn more about this project visit the concretenetwork.com.

Bayou

Cisco Systems' Campus - The walkway was colored with Davis Colors' Dark Gray (860) concrete color. The walls were colored with Davis Colors Brick Red and 1117 at 5 lbs per sack of cement. The walls all had varying degrees of exposure created by sand blasting the surface. The concrete had varying levels of concrete colors to achieve the random look of a washed out terrain.

Brick Red

Statue of Liberty Restoration Since Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on the East Coast last fall, the aftermath of the storm is still being felt. The Statue of Liberty is one such landmark that suffered serious damage and is in the process of being restored. EP Henry is part of these efforts and is providing pavers (Brick Stone, Autumn Blend) for the 50,000 square-foot walkway surrounding the base of the statue. To learn more about this project visit EP Henry's photo gallery at www.ephenry.com. You can also contact EP Henry at 800-444-3679. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FOpS-4y2GA

Brick Stone

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Cathedral Buff

Catch the wave! This stylish precast colored concrete bathroom sink was made by Flying Turtle Cast Concrete (www.flyingturtlecastconcrete.com). Concrete colored with custom colors using Davis Colors’ quality concrete pigments (www.daviscolors.com).

Custom Colors

Cisco Systems' Campus - The walkway was colored with Davis Colors' Dark Gray (860) concrete color. The walls were colored with Davis Colors Brick Red and 1117 at 5 lbs per sack of cement. The walls all had varying degrees of exposure created by sand blasting the surface. The concrete had varying levels of concrete colors to achieve the random look of a washed out terrain.

Dark Gray

Cisco Systems' Campus - The walkway was colored with Davis Colors' Dark Gray (860) concrete color. The walls were colored with Davis Colors Brick Red and 1117 at 5 lbs per sack of cement. The walls all had varying degrees of exposure created by sand blasting the surface. The concrete had varying levels of concrete colors to achieve the random look of a washed out terrain.

Dark Gray 860

The front entry to the University of Western States (uws.edu) anatomy lab . The cast in place concrete walls were colored with Davis Colors "Green Slate" (daviscolors.com). The architect was Office OA, LLC (ooa-architects.com), the general contractor was Precision Concrete Company (T: 503-253-4827), and the concrete contractor was Whitaker/Ellis (T: 503-768-3017).

Green Slate

This walkway was integrally colored with Davis Colors' Padre Brown with a Walnut colored release agent and Davis Colors' Meadowbrook Brown (custom color). The colored concrete was supplied by Superior Ready Mix (www.superiorrm.com).

Harvest Gold

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Ivory

Alpenglow Elementary School Design Created Using Davis Colors Concrete Pigments

Jet Black

The front entry to the University of Western States (uws.edu) anatomy lab . The cast in place concrete walls were colored with Davis Colors "Green Slate" (daviscolors.com). The architect was Office OA, LLC (ooa-architects.com), the general contractor was Precision Concrete Company (T: 503-253-4827), and the concrete contractor was Whitaker/Ellis (T: 503-768-3017).

Kailua

Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool project completed in the Summer of 2012. Davis Colors' "Light Gray" iron oxide black. Facts about Reflecting Pool: Width: 167 feet - Length: 2029 feet - Depth: 18 inches on sides, 30 inches in center - Amount of Water: 6,750,000 gallons

Light Gray Iron Oxide

Meadowbrook Village in Escondido, CA selected Davis Colors' Pradre Brown (dark brown) and Meadowbrook Tan (custom color) for their front entrance to their PCU facility. The colored concrete was supplied by Superior Ready Mix (www.superiorrm.com).

Meadowbrook Brown

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Mesa Buff

The Hoover Dam parking structure is a cast-in-place structure using pan slab forming. It is tucked inside a steep ravine that has been partially blasted out to provide enough room for the structural footprint. Stretching 540 ft. in length in a stepped down configuration, the structure is 165 ft. wide and three levels high at the rear, 215 ft. wide and five levels high in front. The structure’s concrete is integrally colored to blend in with the surroundings canyon rock. To learn more about the Hoover Dam visit the Bureau of Reclamation website – www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/index or Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boulder_Canyon_Project#Planning_and_ageements .

Omaha Tan

The main pool deck was colored with Davis Colors’ Outback and given a light sand blast finish. The stamped concrete boarders were colored with Davis Colors’ Outback and highlighted with a terra cotta colored release agent. The concrete contractor was New Images Concrete. To learn more about New Images Concrete’s services visit www.newimagesconcrete.com.

Outback

This concrete sidewalk was integrally colored with Davis Colors' Padre Brown with a Walnut release agent and Davis Colors' Meadowbrook Brown (custom color). The colored concrete was supplied by Superior Ready Mix (www.superiorrm.com).

Padre Brown

This is a close up of the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line's colored and stamped concrete. The color used was Davis Colors' Palomino.

Palomino

This winding concrete border was colored with Davis Colors' Pewter. The colored concrete was supplied by Superior Ready Mix (www.superiorrm.com).

Pewter

The concrete colors at the Jackie Lee Houston Plaza in Palm Springs, CA are Davis Colors’ Salmon with an exposed aggregate finish and Mesa Buff with a light broom finish. The landscape design was done by the Design Workshop. To learn more about the Design Workshop visit their website www.designworkshop.com or call them at 775-588-5929.

Salmon

This is a photo of Pier 32 Marina located in National City near San Diego, CA. The concrete walkway was colored with Davis Colors’ Spanish Gold (www.daviscolors.com). The concrete work was done by Mar Vista Construction (www.marvistaconstruction.com). The concrete was supplied by Superior Ready Mix (www.superiorrm.com, sales@superiorrm.com).

Spanish Gold

Alpenglow Elementary School Design Created Using Davis Colors Concrete Pigments

Tile Red

The Bakersfield Federal Courthouse project in Kern County, CA is a 17,500 square foot building consisting of cast-in-place shear walls, columns and decks, with exterior structural elements comprised of white cement, white pigment from Davis Colors and architectural site concrete. T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc. (www.tbpenick.com) performed the architectural concrete work. Gilbane Building Company of San Jose (www.gilbaneco.com ) was the general contractor, and the architect was NBBJ Architects (www.nbbj.com).

White 902

This integrally colored concrete is being polished for the stores grand opening.

Yosemite Brown