Laticrete supplied artists Hank Saxe and Cynthia Patterson with GREENGUARD certified Laticrete products for a new landmark sculpture at the El Paso Sun Metro Downtown Transfer Terminal in Texas. The 25-foot tall, structural steel sculpture set on a six-foot concrete base is titled “Confluencia,” Spanish for confluence, and was commissioned by the City of El Paso Museum and Cultural Affairs Department’s Public Art Program.

In addition to the Laticrete products used in this installation, Hakatai supplied its Classic series for the “sun” discs at the top of the sculpture, Stone and Pewter Accents’ Malaga Cove Chimera series of glass mosaic tile was used along the side of the two “river” bands that weave in serpentine fashion to the top and slice the circular sun discs in half on each side, and the sun discs were water-jet cut by Hydro Cut, Inc. in Belen, NM, and pre-assembled on a HardieBacker cement board.