~ RockSolid Custom Projects ~

Here are a few of the many custom installations done over the years. We are highly confident in our ability to create unique, one of a kind designs that are sure to please our clients and give them the pride to show off their completed project. Almost anything you can imagine, we can create.


Independence, MO, 2008

~ Scenery ~ This was a unique project requested by a church in Independence, MO. They wanted us to create lightweight boulders that were lifelike at approximately six feet tall to replicate specific geographical scenes from the Bible. This project took place in 2008 and was one of our earliest vertical applications.


Jefferson City, MO, 2012

~ Entertainment Area ~ Custom built bar with concrete counter top, vertical concrete stonework on footrest and around shelving on left side of bar with vertical old-granite style concrete stamping for front of bar/knee area; vertical concrete stonework on rear wall and right wall above counter; concrete stonework around television inset.  Customer also requested whiskey barrel table for extra seating to include a concrete table-top with a bucket insert for chilling bottled beverages or floating candles.


Wardsville, MO, 2015

~ Walk-in Shower ~ A custom home builder requested white vertical concrete stone covering floor to ceiling in this 9ft tall x 10ft long walk-in shower; white smooth concrete overlay on the flooring and custom white/gray concrete tops with split-face granite edging for the shelves and bench.


Columbia, MO, 2016

~ Decorative Concrete Bowls ~ This client wanted several matching pressed-finish style concrete bowls in various sizes to use for decorative and practical purposes around her home.


Jefferson City, MO, 2011

~ El Jimador Restaurant ~ This client wanted a durable, stained concrete floor with custom designs that fit their restaurant's cuisine and decor. We placed several hand-engraved, stained designs throughout the restaurant including tequila plants, chili & jalapeno peppers, people and other culturally related designs.


Rolla, MO, 2013

~ Compass Rose ~
This client had done a lot of traveling and immensely enjoyed sailing. He wanted to create a relaxing space filled with all of the things he loved about his travels as an escape from his hectic work day. With his thoughts in mind, we came up with the idea of placing a thin, concrete stamp overlay in the shape of compass on his floor as the main focal point of this large space. Our hand-drawn design faces true North and was applied atop the concrete. The remainder of the floor was then stained and sealed. 

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