• Publicatie datum January 30, 2024
  • Auteur Joost van Hulst
  • Laatst aangepast January 30, 2024
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Whether you are looking for a floor that can withstand heavy loads, a floor that is hygienic and easy to clean, or a floor that offers atmosphere and comfort, you will find the perfect flooring solution for your project at ICM Projects.

We supply high-quality floors with a long lifespan and excellent service. Read on to find out more about our floors, the sectors we serve, and the benefits of choosing ICM Projects.

Why choose a floor from ICM Projects?

A floor is more than just a surface. It is an essential part of your business premises, which influences the appearance, safety, functionality and comfort of your working environment. That is why it is important to choose a floor that suits your wishes and requirements, and that meets the standards and guidelines of your sector.

At ICM Projects we understand that every industrial floor is unique, which is why we offer tailor-made solutions for every customer. We have extensive experience in installing different types of floors for various sectors, such as the industrial sector, healthcare, food processing industry, retail sector and more.

We work with high-quality materials and professional craftsmen, who ensure a perfect finish and fast delivery. We also provide advice on the best choice of flooring for your situation, and we offer maintenance and repair services for the floor. In short, if you choose a floor from ICM Projects, you choose quality, durability, reliability and customer satisfaction.

What types of floors are available?

At ICM Projects we have a wide range of floors that are suitable for different applications and purposes. Below you will find an overview of the types of floors we offer, with a brief description of their characteristics and benefits.

PVC floors

PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, is a commonly used plastic for floor coverings. PVC floors are available in a wide range of colours, patterns and textures, giving them a contemporary and elegant look.

In addition, PVC floors excel in functionality: they are resistant to water, wear, dampen sound, prevent static electricity and require minimal maintenance. This makes them particularly suitable for areas where hygiene and comfort are crucial, such as offices, schools, hospitals and shops.

Cast floors

Cast floors are seamless floor surfaces consisting of multiple layers of synthetic resin that are poured over each other. These floors are characterized by their sleek and smooth appearance, which fits perfectly with any interior style.

Cast floors are also extremely durable: they are scratch-resistant, impact-resistant, chemically resistant and easy to maintain. This makes them suitable for areas with high loads or strict hygiene standards, such as factories, laboratories, warehouses and kitchens.

Trowel floors

A trowel floor consists of a mixture of synthetic resin and finely ground quartz or marble particles, which is carefully applied using a trowel. This results in a surface with a grainy, natural appearance that creates a warm and cozy atmosphere.

What really sets trowel floors apart is their exceptional robustness. They are resistant to abrasion, can withstand high pressure, are waterproof and provide excellent anti-slip properties. This makes them the perfect choice for areas where safety and durability are essential, such as garages, workshops, showrooms and gyms.

ESD floors

ESD floors, or Electrostatic Discharge floors, are specially designed to prevent and control electrostatic discharge. They are essential in environments where sensitive electronic equipment is used, such as clean rooms, laboratories and electronics production areas.

ESD floors are made of conductive materials that safely discharge static electricity to earth, preventing damage to electronic components. This means they provide reliable protection against electrostatic discharges.

At ICM Projects we offer ESD floors that meet the strictest standards and specifications. Our ESD floors are not only functional, but also aesthetically attractive, so they can be seamlessly integrated into the overall design of the room.

MMA floors

MMA stands for methyl methacrylate, a plastic material that hardens quickly and provides excellent adhesion. MMA floors consist of several layers of MMA resin that are sprayed or poured. They have a smooth and shiny appearance, which provides a fresh and modern look.

In addition, MMA floors are very cost-efficient: they are quick to install, affordable to purchase, easy to clean and resistant to temperature fluctuations. This type of floor is therefore extremely suitable for areas where fast delivery and low maintenance costs are important. Consider, for example, cold stores, cold stores, storage spaces and parking garages.

Linoleum floors

Linoleum is a natural material made from linseed oil, resin, wood flour, limestone and jute. This type of floor is installed in strips that are welded together. They have a classic and elegant appearance, which creates a calm and harmonious atmosphere.

The advantage of linoleum floors is that they are extremely durable. They are wear-resistant, dirt-repellent, fire-resistant and anti-static. This makes them ideal for spaces where high quality and aesthetics are of great importance, such as offices, hotels, restaurants and theaters.


Carpet is a versatile floor covering that is suitable for both home and commercial use. It is available in an extensive range of materials, colours, patterns and textures, making it the perfect choice for creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.

A major advantage of carpet is that it not only adds comfort to the room, but is also sound-absorbing, insulating and resilient, making it pleasant underfoot.

For commercial spaces that have special requirements for their floor covering, there is also the option to opt for specially designed project carpet. This type of carpet is specifically manufactured for use in business environments, such as meeting rooms, waiting rooms, corridors and stairwells.

Floor coatings

Floor coatings are thin layers of paint or varnish that are applied to existing floors to protect, beautify or improve them. They are available in different types, such as epoxy, polyurethane and acrylic.

The simple and efficient appearance of floor coatings creates a neat and professional atmosphere. They are also ideal for commercial spaces. They are quick to install, affordable, easy to clean and resistant to wear, stains and chemicals.

This makes them ideal for areas where protection and ease of maintenance are important, such as workshops, warehouses, garages and cellars.

For which sectors do we offer floors?

At ICM Projects we have extensive knowledge and experience in installing floors for various sectors, each of which has their own specific requirements and wishes.

Below you will find an overview of some sectors in which we actively work on tailor-made flooring solutions, with a brief description of their characteristics and the floor types we recommend per sector.

Floors for the industrial sector

The industrial sector includes activities aimed at producing, processing or storing goods and materials. It is essential that the floors meet strict requirements. The floors must be able to withstand heavy loads, mechanical pressure, chemical influences, temperature fluctuations and dirt.

The floors must also be safe, hygienic and easy to maintain. For use in the industrial sector, we recommend different types of floors, such as cast floors, trowel floors, MMA floors and floor coatings.

Healthcare floors

The health sector focuses on ensuring the health of both people and animals, through prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. Within this sector, strict requirements are imposed on the choice of floor coverings. This must be hygienic, anti-allergic, antibacterial, slip-resistant and easy to clean.

In addition, comfort, a pleasant atmosphere and noise reduction are also of great importance. To meet these requirements, we recommend floor coverings such as PVC floors, marmoleum floors, linoleum floors and possibly project carpet.

Floors for the food processing industry

The food processing sector includes activities dedicated to the preparation, packaging and distribution of foods and beverages. This industry has strict floor requirements. After all, the floors must be liquid-resistant, chemical-resistant, non-slip and easy to disinfect.

In addition, the floors must be durable, resistant to impacts and able to withstand high temperatures. Recommended floor types for the food processing industry include cast floors, trowel floors and MMA floors.

Floors for the retail sector

The retail industry involves selling goods or services to consumers. This sector requires floors that are durable, resistant to dirt, anti-static and easy to replace.

In addition, floors that are contemporary, contemporary and attractive to the eye are highly recommended. Our recommended flooring choices for the retail sector therefore include PVC floors, marmoleum floors and carpet.

Floors for the recreation sector

The recreation sector is a sector that deals with people’s relaxation, entertainment or sports. Requirements are also placed on floors in this sector. For example, they must be resilient, heat-insulating, sound-absorbing and easy to replace.

The floors must also be cozy, comfortable and colorful. Some floor types that we recommend for the recreation sector are PVC floors, marmoleum floors and (project) carpet.

Floors for the catering sector

The catering industry is a sector that is concerned with preparing, presenting and selling food and drinks to guests. Strict requirements are imposed on the floor, which must excel in water resistance, stain resistance, anti-slip properties and be easy to clean.

The floor should also have an attractive, elegant and hospitable appearance to improve the guest experience. We particularly recommend PVC floors, cast floors and linoleum floors for the catering sector.

What should you pay attention to when selecting a suitable floor?

Selecting a suitable floor for your business space is not an easy task. There are many factors you need to take into account, such as the function, appearance, quality, price and maintenance of the floor.

To help you make a good choice, we have listed a number of tips for you:

  • First determine the purpose and requirements of your business space. What kind of activities take place? How many people or machines use it? What standards or guidelines apply to your sector? How important are aspects such as safety, hygiene, sustainability and comfort? And should lines be applied to the floor?
  • Then compare the different types of floors we offer and see which best suits your wishes and requirements. What are the characteristics and benefits of each floor type? What do they look and feel like? How long do they last and how much maintenance do they require?
  • Ask our expert staff for advice, who will be happy to help you make a final choice. They can give you more information about the availability, price, installation and service of each floor type. They can also show you examples of our previous projects, so that you get a good idea of the end result.

Have your industrial floor installed by ICM Projects

Once you have chosen a suitable floor for your business space, you can have it installed by ICM Projects. We ensure that your floor is installed quickly, professionally and to your complete satisfaction. This is how we work:

  1. We first visit you to measure and inspect your business premises. We check whether the surface is flat, clean and dry, and whether any preparatory work is required. If necessary, we can apply a new, suitable subfloor.
  2. We will then prepare a tailor-made quotation in which we clearly state all costs and conditions. We take your budget and planning into account and offer you a fair and competitive price.
  3. The next step is to schedule a date for the installation of your floor. Naturally, we will coordinate this with your agenda, so that we cause as little inconvenience as possible to your business operations.
  4. We will come to your business premises on the agreed date to lay your floor. Armed with professional equipment and high-quality materials, we will carefully install the floor. We ensure a neat and accurate finish, and leave your business premises clean and tidy.
  5. Finally, we will give you a warranty certificate and maintenance advice for your floor. We guarantee the quality and longevity of your floor, and offer you a maintenance and repair service if necessary.

At ICM Projects you can count on a top-quality floor that fits perfectly with your business space. Contact us today for a no-obligation quote or personal, tailor-made advice. We are happy to help you with your project floor.

How much does a floor cost?

The costs of a floor depend on various factors, such as the type, quality, surface, substrate, installation and finish of the floor. That is why we cannot give a fixed price per square meter, but we always make a tailor-made quotation for each customer. This way you know exactly where you stand and you never pay too much for your floor.

How much does it cost to have a floor installed?

The costs of having a floor installed depend on the complexity of the project and the floor type chosen. Our advisors can give you more detailed information about this during the consultation.

In addition, you can always request a no-obligation quote for the installation of a floor for your specific project. This gives you an idea of the total costs for both the floor and its installation.

Which floor is easiest to install?

In general, PVC floors, marmoleum floors and (project) carpet are relatively easy floors to install because they are lightweight, flexible and require little cutting. However, we recommend that you always have your floor installed by a professional company such as ICM Projects, because we have the right equipment, materials and knowledge to install your floor perfectly.

Which floor type is the cheapest?

The cheapest floor type depends on your budget and wishes. Some floor types are cheaper to purchase, but more expensive to maintain or replace, while other floor types are more expensive to purchase, but cheaper to maintain or replace.

PVC floors, carpet and floor coatings are generally relatively cheap to purchase, because they are made from plastic materials that are mass-produced. However, we recommend that you not only look at the price, but also at the quality and durability of the floor.

What is the most practical floor?

We can say that seamless floors, such as cast floors, trowel floors, MMA floors and floor coatings, are very practical because they are easy to clean, do not allow dirt or moisture to pass through, and are resistant to wear, scratches and chemicals.

However, when choosing a specific type of floor, always take the purpose of the floor into account. In some environments, such floors may be less functionally practical than in others.

Which floor requires the least maintenance?

Seamless floors, such as cast floors, trowel floors, MMA floors and floor coatings, generally require the least maintenance because they do not allow dirt or moisture to pass through and are resistant to wear, scratches and chemicals.

Depending on the purpose of the floor and the room in which it is placed, choosing a different type of floor may be better. Feel free to ask for advice if you are unsure about which floor is most suitable for your project.

Which floor is the most scratch resistant?

Cast floors, trowel floors and MMA floors are very scratch-resistant because they are made of hard synthetic resins that have a strong bond with the surface. This makes them ideal for use in areas with a lot of (walking) traffic or where heavy materials are used.

Which floor can withstand the most mechanical pressure?

Some floors can withstand more mechanical pressure than others because they are thicker or stronger, or have a special underlay. In general, trowel floors, MMA floors and floor coatings can withstand most mechanical pressure because they are made of hard synthetic resins that have a high compressive strength.

Which floors provide the most warmth?

Floors that provide the most heat are floors that insulate well, have high friction and offer high thermal resistance. In general, carpet, marmoleum floors and linoleum floors provide the most warmth, because they are made of natural materials that have good heat insulation.

What is the most durable floor?

The most sustainable floors are those made from biodegradable or recyclable materials that have a low carbon footprint. This includes linoleum floors and carpet. Such floor types last longer because they do not need to be replaced quickly and are less harmful to the environment.

Which floor has the longest lifespan?

Some floors last longer than others because they are more resistant to wear, damage or aging. In general, cast floors, trowel floors and MMA floors have the longest lifespan, because they are made of hard synthetic resins that have a high wear resistance. However, the room in which the floor is placed and its purposes will determine how durable it is


Joost van Hulst
Joost van HulstCEO

Purchasing a company floor does not happen overnight. A good floor is only the basis for high work performance if you and your colleagues function optimally in it. For that simple reason, CEO Joost van Hulst makes sure every project runs smoothly every day. We get to the bottom of things for our clients. From administrative offices to hospitals. Ready to perform? The floor is yours.

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