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  Project Name Description Location Stone Used Year Categories
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MWR LODGE

The MWR Lodge at Ft. Lee, VA is a 1,000 room lodge and grounds building. More than 2,400 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Indiana Standard Buff limestone is the exterior cladding on the canopy fascia above the vestibules and the porte cochere.  Government entities utilize StoneLite® as our panels undertook a Full Scale Blast Test and passed without cracks, chips or damage. Click to view our blast test.

2012
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CITY HALL ANNEX

StoneLite® Indiana Standard Buff limestone panels were installed as a portion of the exterior facade for the new City Hall Annex.

2008
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SOUTHAMPTON POLICE HEADQUARTERS

A new construction eight (8) story building featuring StoneLite® natural stone panels on the north and south elevations. Approximately 32,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® St. Hubert SLG limestone panels were manufactured into multiple module sizes and installed in an open joint application.

 

2009
Multi-Story
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SOUTH KOREAN SUPREME COURT BUILDING

The Puchon granite was quarried less than 50 miles from the project site in Korea and shipped to our manufacturing facility in Texas where it was fabricated into rectangular shapes (1 mile of finished corners) for this beautiful free span ceiling in the Supreme Court Building in Seoul, South Korea.  A connection system was also factory attached to provide ease of installation.

2000
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THOMAS F. EAGLETON FEDERAL COURTHOUSE

An HOK designed interior project which includes more than 48,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® St. Hubert Limestone accented with curved StoneLite® Rosada Marble, Oconee Charcoal and Impala Black granite panels. Interior radius panels are a natural fit for StoneLite® as our flexural strength allows the panels to be curved.  This same radius would be more difficult  achieve using dimensional stone based on the structural requirements for dimensional stone and labor costs to create the curved stone radius.

2000
Multi-Story