Deck project under construction in Hamburg, NY
AGT stone in exposed aggregate
Close up view of exposed aggregate with Ambient Glow Technology stone
AGT glow discs used on deck as border
Tip Top Lofts – Bathroom Vanity – Energized by AGT™ Yellow Green Small Sand
This grey precast custom concrete vanity was crafted by Peter Tomé of Universal One Design and Fabrication. The inside of the Form was hand-seeded with AGT™ Yellow Green Small Sand held affixed by 3M Spray adhesive. This surface actually glows ALL NIGHT after just 15 minutes exposure to artificial light.
Engraved Compass Inlay – Energized by AGT™ Sky Blue Fine Sand
A saw cut is made in existing concrete and then refilled with our NEW AGT™ Ultra Epoxy™ Safety Glow System. This AGT™ product can be used in a myriad of ways, from retro-fitting pre-existing concrete surfaces such as stairs and walkways to more artistic uses such as logo design.
Kitchen Island with ½” Safety Yellow AGT™ Stone
Artisan & Designer Mike Samford combined all (3) Glow Pigments to create this ethereal ‘plasma’ vanity
Hand-Seeded Concrete Floor – Energized by AGT™ Yellow Green Half Inch and Quarter Inch Stone
Dan MacLeod of Danamac Concrete Systems truly brings polished concrete flooring to a whole other level! He hand-broadcasted half inch and quarter inch AGT™ Glow Stone all over the surface and then exposed it just as you would expose any other type of aggregate.
Step Tread – Energized with AGT™ Ultra-Epoxy™
A saw cut is made in existing concrete and then refilled with our NEW AGT™ Ultra Epoxy™ Safety Glow System. This soon to be released AGT™ product can be used in a myriad of ways. From retro-fitting pre-existing concrete surfaces such as stairs and walkways to more artistic uses such as logo design.
Glow in the Dark Logos and Symbols – Energized by AGT™ Sky Blue Eighth Inch Pellet Glow Stone
There are a number of different ways to achieve this design. From topical approaches such as stencils, engravers to Pre-cast Form Adhesives. Whatever way you choose, the end result is truly ‘enlightening’! Another design by Andy Miller of QC Concrete.