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|160 E. 22nd Street – New York, NY||
SPI produced over 48,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Indiana Gray limestone panels to grace the exterior facade on this new construction 21 story high end luxury residence building.
The design combines irregularly patterned windows with classic natural lightweight stone panels to create a unique modern structure.
The southern portion of the tower features an impressive 25 ft. cantilever framing neighboring buildings.
Visit our blog to learn more about this amazing cantilevered structure.
Scanlon Lexus selected StoneLite® Roman Classic travertine panels with a filled and honed finish for portions of their exterior cladding. Almost 4,900 sq. ft. of stone panel surface area was installed using our wide interlocking channel system. SPI fabricated 3″ returns on the outside corners, sills and jambs. Quirk mitered edges were used at specified locations. The project specified 3/8″ joints and panels were cut to architectural specified modules resulting in 620 pieces to set.
|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.
|81 Black Prince Rd.||
Parliament House at 81 Black Prince Rd. is situated in the Albert Embankment with stunning vistas of the River Thames, Houses of Parliament and London Eye. The 23 story shared ownership residential tower was designed by award winning architect Keith Williams Architects and replaces a disused sixties office block. More than 3,250 m2 of StoneLite® St. Hubert SLG limestone and Impala Black honed and brushed granite was installed.
Telford Homes is the developer.
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.