The recent damage to commercial buildings from Hurricane Sandy highlights the need for exterior façade that will perform under the harshest weather conditions. Some sources say as
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Part 3 of our blog series “Why Sealant Joints Fail” published by Karen Warseck, AIA and President of Buildings Diagnostics Associates, focuses on Avoiding Application Failures.
SPI was employing techniques and procedures to extend our natural stone resources long before global warming and the impact of the carbon footprint became top
As we mentioned in Part I of our sealant blog series, the importance of sealant is often undervalued. It is a small, but crucial, part of
Cleveland State University student center is a new remodeled facility featuring scrolling LED message boards, wireless inter-connectivity, digital displays and cable flat screen televisions. CSU’s
For more than 60 years, Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology, which currently has nine locations, has provided radiological services to their patients. In 2007, their two-story facility in
Sealant fails for a variety of reasons: improper joint sizing, incorrect sealant chosen for the project, substrate failure and application error, which can all be
In today’s volatile political environment, the threat of bombs, fires and loss of life are key issues for the construction industry. No longer is a
Stone Panels, Inc. as well as everyone in the country is ready to see the completion of One World Trade Center (1 WTC), the lead
In 2009, Stone Panels, Inc. (SPI) provided their expertise and exceptional StoneLite® product to Bryant University’s Interfaith Chapel in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The one-story building
In 2008, Stone Panels, Inc. completed a project for the Mountain States Health Alliance (MSHA) Niswonger Children’s Hospital in Johnson City, Tennessee. SPI was able