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StoneLite® Sardo Gray Granite panels were installed on the exterior of this state Courthouse. StoneLite® was chosen due its lightweight property and outstanding performance in seismic and acid freeze thaw testing.
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Moe than 7,700 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Verde Lavrus and Verde San Francisco granite panels are featured on the exterior, cornices, and curved arches.
Over 56,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Mocha Creme limestone panels were installed on the exterior of this 14 story building over steel stud framing and 2-inch thick rigid insulation board. An additional 15,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® limestone adorns the interior lobbies in the building as well.
The architect wanted the cachet of the stone finish but dimensional stone weighed too much and the project is in a seismic zone. StoneLite®‘s ability to flex along with freeze thaw testing made it ideal for meeting the seismic and the wide temperature swing requirements.
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This 2-story U.S. Army Facility was completed in 2003 with StoneLite® Cambrian Black granite in a honed finish. StoneLite® panels offer a high level of blast resistance. Check out our blast test video under product testing.
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RIM Architects specified 34,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Giallo Santa Cecilia granite for the construction of this 10 story structure. The light weight StoneLite® panels require far less structural support than dimensional stone. Unlike sold stone, the panels can be flexed, making them ideal for seismic locations. Visit our Project Profile section for a more in depth review of this project.
Nesbett Courthouse exterior façade clad in 35,000 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Rosa Porino and Rossa Taivassallo granite in honed and sandblasted finishes.
The Courthouse was designed as a public disaster shelter during seismic activity. It is able to withstand 2 inch floor to floor lateral displacement. StoneLite®‘s flexural ability makes it a natural for any project requiring stone in a seismic zone.