Renamed in honor of legendary head football coach Bill Snyder by a proclamation of the Kansas Board of Regents on Nov. 16, 2005, Bill Snyder Family Stadium sits on the north end of the Kansas State University Campus. To learn more history, visit kstatesports.com
Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas is the oldest public university in the state. Known for its Division I football program, the coveted purple & white “PowerCat” are well-known symbols throughout the country. Bill Snyder’s Family Stadium (named after the Head Coach) holds boxed seats, containing even a Presidential Suite. Using our Husqvarna 680 planetary grinder, KansasCityConcrete polished the concrete of the boxed seat area, starting with metal bonded diamond tooling and working all the way through the polishing process up to 3000 grit resin bonded diamonds. During this process our crew laid out the stencil of K-State’s well-known PowerCat, and stained the exposed area with Scofield Formula concrete dye system. Our company also used the Scofield Formula One Densifier, and Guard. The finished project will be admired (and also trampled upon) by millions.
Every aspect of my experience with KansasCityConcrete was wonderful. From the design to the finished product I could not have asked for more. I purchased a new home and had KansasCityConcrete build a patio and stone wall. In purchasing a new home I dealt with numerous companies and contractors, but no one was more accommodating, professional or competent than my KansasCityConcrete estimator. I wish every homeowner’s experience could go as smoothly. Thank you KansasCityConcrete and thank you Joe!
KansasCityConcrete is an extremely talented and professional group of people. We have used KansasCityConcrete for two projects and the service we received was outstanding both times. Our new driveway and patio look amazing!
KansasCityConcrete did an excellent job from design through construction on my stamped patio. I would highly recommend them. Very professional.
Great work and great people. They worked with Studio 804, an educational nonprofit design build program associated with the University of Kansas. All work including polished concrete and epoxy floors was done at cost while teaching the students every step of the way. The result was a beautiful floor contributing to the overall success of our building. [Galileo’s Pavilion – Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS]