SPI is humbled to be a part of the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City. Our inclusion in the legacy of honoring the events, victims and survivors of 9/11 is a proud moment for our company as we honor the 18th Anniversary of this tragic day.
As we celebrate Independence Day it is also a time to reflect on the great sacrifices made for our freedom. Stone
Lite® is honored to be featured as the exterior cladding for the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center’s five building complex at Pearl Harbor. We are humbled and proud to be a part of this memorial dedicated […]
The Pei Cobb Freed designed National Constitution Center was the first museum to use Stone
Lite® panels. The exterior facade and interior walls feature 29K sf of Stone
Lite® limestone and granite panels. The interior panels were installed over steel stud framing with an average weight of only 60 lbs. Some panels were fabricated to various angled corner […]
The historic National Constitution Center combines dimensional stone and Stone
Lite® natural stone composite panels to create a modern-classic aesthetic in the heart of Philadelphia. Project name: National Constitution Center Project location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Year: 2002 Architecture Firm: […]