Commercial flooring is a tremendous undertaking for any construction project. It’s important to have a floor that looks good, lasts a long time and sets the tone for the overall aesthetics of the design—after all, flooring is the one element always visible.The downside? Commercial flooring can eat up a large portion of the construction budget.
The floor is a constant-use element. It can be challenging to find a flooring material with visual appeal while also capable of dealing with an enormous amount of wear and tear. How do contractors find a balance between cost, aesthetics and durability? Value engineering.