Bureau of Land Management palette informs L.M. Scofield’s ‘Naturescapes’

A set of nine Chromix Admixtures for Color-Conditioned Concrete powder pigments were developed to complement the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management’s Standard Environmental Colors guide. The Naturescapes integral concrete pigments are specifically designed to visually recede into the surroundings by reflecting the darker, more recessive color schemes of native soils or vegetation.

Chromix Admixtures Naturescapes can help improve coordination of the hardscape and its visual impact when used in a multitude of natural conditions such as grasslands, deciduous or coniferous forests, or rocky arid areas, L.M. Scofield notes. Available in powder only, they are a deeper shade than most conventional integral concrete colors, and are especially suited to cast-in-place or precast slabs and surfaces in theme parks, tourist attractions, restaurants, residential projects or other conditions warranting deep earth color treatment. — L.M. Scofield, 800/800-9900; www.scofield.com/CHROMIX-Naturescapes.html