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|LEXUS OF THOUSAND OAKS||
StoneLite® Impala Black granite panels were manufactured with a flamed and blushed finish to compliment other platinum hued materials. The flaming process not only changed the color to a more platinum hue but provided a textural element. A significant number of panels included 1, 2 and 3 sided returns up to 5” creating the monolithic appearance of dimensional stone. Panels were installed on the exterior facade, interior, columns, interior soffit, and parapet.
|23-24 NEWMAN ST.||
A multi-story exterior, column band, balcony fascias, and soffits project clad in 313 m2 of StoneLite® St. Hubert SLG and Texas Cordova Shellstone Limestone. The project scope was a retrofit and conversion of a 1970’s unsightly office building into 23 residential apartments with office accommodations on the ground floor.
The StoneLite® panels lightweight properties are a natural solution to architectural features where weight may be an issue.
The project won Best Housing (Large) in the AJ Retrofit Awards 2012 and a Blue Ribbon Award for Best Apartment.
|P & L RAILWAY HEADQUARTERS||
When P & L Railway designed their new corporate headquarters they incorporated the StoneLite® natural light weight panel system for the stone portion of their exterior. More than 2,230 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Absolute Black granite panels were installed on the exterior columns and signage wall, entry portal and the interior vestibule.
|BANK OF TAMPA – CARROLLWOOD BRANCH||
Approximately 2,176 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Kashmir Gold granite panels were utilized for the first floor exterior elevation and entrance renovation.
|TEMPLE UNIVERSITY – Science, Education & Research Center (SERC)||
Temple University selected StoneLite® Cenia limestone panels to grace the exterior of their new seven story SERC building. More than 46,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® panels were installed in an open joint, exterior rain screen application. In addition to the exterior flat panels SPI also manufactured the highly complicated and detailed stair components including the cap.
The architectural team was able to visit our manufacturing facility in Coppell, TX to view the panels and determine the placement of panels through an onsite lay down.