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SANDRIDGE ENERGY TOWER

An interior restoration project with more than 6,700 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Gascogne Beige in both honed and bush hammered finishes. The original interior was Dakota Mahogany granite and our panels were able to be installed over the existing granite and tied back into the substrate.

The project scope required 3,275 custom fabricated StoneLite® pieces with some panels having 14″ returns. This was an open joint project with 1/8″ joints and installed using our narrow interlocking channel system.  Lingo Construction served as the construction management firm.

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145 Hudson St.
New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 616.0420
SANDRIDGE ENERGY TOWER

An interior restoration project with more than 6,700 sq. ft. of StoneLite® Gascogne Beige in both honed and bush hammered finishes. The original interior was Dakota Mahogany granite and our panels were able to be installed over the existing granite and tied back into the substrate.

The project scope required 3,275 custom fabricated StoneLite® pieces with some panels having 14″ returns. This was an open joint project with 1/8″ joints and installed using our narrow interlocking channel system.  Lingo Construction served as the construction management firm.

Location Stone Used Year Categories
123 Kerr Ave.
Oklahoma City
Gascogne Beige Limestone, Gascogne Beige Limestone Bush Hammered 2012 Commercial, Interiors, Lobby, Renovation
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LEXUS OF THOUSAND OAKS

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.

2016
OVERFORMYNDERIET

The Ministry building adjacent to the Parliament was historically significant and needed to undergo restoration as the substrate was failing and the exterior façade was being held in place with surface fasteners. The goal was to maintain the Greenland marble on the exterior but replacing it with newly mined material was not an option as the quarry was closed in the 1920s.

The existing Greenland marble was removed from the exterior and shipped to Texas where it was fabricated into StoneLite® panels. Lightweight stone plugs were manufactured to insert into the holes created by the surface fasteners. Some corner panels required a fixed curved and were fabricated to a radius of 11’-1” and 7’-9”.

2018
Multi-Story
24 LEONARD ST.

24 Leonard St. was a four story parking garage and the developer converted it into a nine story condo building using StoneLite® Mocha Crème limestone panels for the exterior façade.  The panels have a vertically grained honed finish and were fabricated with finished outside returns with the largest return at 11”.  More than 10,000 sf of StoneLite® material was installed.

2017
Multi-Story
23-24 NEWMAN ST.

A multi-story exterior, column band, balcony fascias, and soffits project clad in 313 m2 of StoneLite® St. Hubert SLG and Texas Cordova Shellstone Limestone. The project scope was a retrofit and conversion of a 1970’s unsightly office building  into 23 residential apartments with office accommodations on the ground floor.

The StoneLite® panels lightweight properties are a natural solution to architectural features where weight may be an issue.

The project won Best Housing (Large) in the AJ Retrofit Awards 2012 and a Blue Ribbon Award for Best Apartment.

2011
Multi-Story
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.

1990
Multi-Story