Ellis Infinity automotive dealership selected StoneLite® Mocha Crème Limestone panels for their new building’s exterior cladding.
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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.
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.
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This Cadillac dealership used 6,074 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Indiana Standard Buff limestone on the exterior of their new dealership. The StoneLite® panels were cut to size with factory bonded finished corners, soffits, window jambs and reveals.
StoneLite® panels are used in unique applications. Starbucks used StoneLite® Absolute Black granite panels fabricated into sandblasted medallions.
Crest Cadillac participated in the Cadillac Brand Image project which included an exterior cladding renovation using StoneLite® Indiana Standard Buff limestone panels. Almost 2,000 sq. ft. of natural lightweight stone composite panels were installed.
In addition to manufacturing the panels SPI performed the installation services. StoneLite® panels can be installed in all weather conditions as evidenced by the installation photos. The natural limestone facing is porous while the honeycomb substrate is water impenetrable and may be used in an open joint/rain screen system. The installation photos attached to this project were taken before the project was completely installed and caulked.