Coffered Domes in GFRC


GFRC Coffered Dome by Stromberg Architectural Products

Coffered Dome by Stromberg







Coffered Domes in GFRC

In architecture, coffering means a sunken panel in the shape of a square, rectangle or octagon in a ceiling, a soffit or a vault; the most famous coffered dome is the Pantheon in Rome. Architectural coffers can be plain or very ornately embellished; Stromberg can produce your coffered dome ceiling in their most popular product, glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC). In laboratory tests, GFRC has been found to last as long or longer than pre-cast concrete.

A coffered dome by Stromberg will add style and a sense of the classical to your place of business. Stromberg will construct GFRC Coffered Domes in any style or size you want. The installation is easy and quick because glass fiber reinforced concrete is lightweight due to the fact that it’s reinforced with glass fibers instead of concrete. GFRC domes can be cast in a thin shell which works well for a coffered dome ceiling. A Stromberg coffered dome is a work of art you can be proud of.

GFRC Coffered Domes for the Hospitality Industry

Stromberg can craft a unique coffered dome for your restaurant, hotel or casino. The dome is attached with bolt or screw attached flanges and hung like a suspended ceiling. A GFRC coffered dome will add a touch of the opulent to your establishment that your guests will appreciate. Your GFRC coffered dome will be cast in pie-shaped segments and assembled on site. The domes are easy to assemble, so in most cases you won’t need special installers; however they can be supplied if they’re needed.

Stromberg has a large selection of coffered domes and they’re in use all over the world. Your glass fiber reinforced concrete dome can be shipped to you by ocean freight; contact Stromberg for an exact shipping quote to your location.

 Features and Benefits of GFRC

  • GFRC coffer domes won’t rust since it’s reinforced with glass fibers instead of concrete.
  • You’ll have a choice of finishes, textures and colors for your GFRC dome.
  • GFRC is very strong and durable and has been used in earthquake prone areas.
  • Glass fiber reinforced concrete is moisture resistant and fire retardant.
  • GFRC domes are low cost and very durable.

 The Stromberg Pledge to You

The professionals at Stromberg Architectural Products will work very closely with you to help you realize your vision. Stromberg is here to help with CAD details, design assistance and specifications. Contact them today at (903) 454-0904 for a free custom quote, or email them.

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