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More than 3,100 sq. ft. of StoneLite® St. Hubert SLG limestone was used to create the large cornice detail on this project. The cornice cantilevers from the facade creating a need for additional structure requirements if designed for dimensional stone. The weight reduction component makes StoneLite® the obvious choice. The StoneLite® system is able to fabricate and attach a very ornate or large cornice to the face of the building without additional structural requirements.
|UMKC – MILLER NICHOLS LEARNING CENTER EXPANSION||
University of Missouri Kansas City renovated and expanded the Miller Nichols Learning Center to accommodate their growing enrollment and learning services. The three story project scope called for approximately 10,800 sq. ft. of natural StoneLite® Indiana Standard Buff limestone exterior panels.
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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.