Percolation in carbon black-filled polymeric concrete, is discussed based on the measured changes in electrical conductivity and morphology of the composite at different concentrations of carbon black. The percolation threshold ranged between 6 and 7 wt% (based on resin weight) of carbon black. Above this concentration, the filler particles formed agglomerates in contact with each other, suggesting that the conduction process is nearly ohmic in nature. A power law predicted by percolation theory described the behavior of the conductivity as a function of carbon black content. Microscopic analysis showed the presence of a continuous structure formed by the polyester resin and carbon black, in which silica particles were embedded.