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  Project Name Description Location Stone Used Year Categories
SouthTrust-Wells-Fargo-Aventura-FL-Travertine-03
SOUTH TRUST BANK

StoneLite® Roman Classic travertine exterior panels grace the exterior of this two story financial institution.  The panels were fabricated with the stone’s natural grain running vertically and the panels were installed via the silicone attachment method.

1990
Multi-Story
Bank-of-Tampa-Carrollwood-FL-granite-08
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.

2014
1000-Woodbridge-Center-Provident-Bank-NJ-granite- 06
1000 Woodbridge Center

When First Savings Bank acquired the deteriorated building it had water entering the building through the existing EFIS cladding, the original finish was worn and weathered, and there were visible patches where attempts had been made to repair the exterior skin.

The client’s primary objective was to convert this unoccupied multi-tenanted building from a non performing liability to a valuable asset at a fraction of the cost and time required for demolition and rebuilding.  Heavy solid stone was not an option as it would have required extensive reinforcing of the existing structure.

The client was able to modify the existing facade by specifying StoneLite® Blue Pearl granite panels. By selecting StoneLite®, the building’s exterior steel stud framing could remain in place.

While the building has undergone tenant changes and is now home to Provident Bank the exterior remains as beautiful today as when it was installed in 1997.

1997
Multi-Story
Canadian-Imperial-Bank-Commerce-Toronto-Ontario-Canada-limestone-12
CIBC – WOOD GUNDY BRANCH

The pre-existing façade of the Canadian Imperial Bank branch was comprised of split-faced masonry.  By recladding the original exterior with natural StoneLite® Gascogne Beige limestone, Stone Panels, Inc. eliminated the need for demolition and haul off. 

This efficient solution combined with the reduced installation time resulted in considerable savings for the bank on haul off and demolition costs and allowed them to open for business in an accelerated time frame.

Visit our blog Renovation Construction Spotlight: Canadian Imperial Bank for more details about this amazing renovation transformation.

2010
EECU-Ft.-Worth-TX-limestone-06- feature
EDUCATION EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION

A four story commercial office building and financial bank center clad in exterior StoneLite® Relvinha limestone panels.   EECU also installed StoneLite® panels at the building entrance ceiling. StoneLite® panels are extremely lightweight and can be used in applications where dimensional stone would not be conducive.

2001
Multi-Story