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Project Spotlight: Orange Coast College Planetarium

The new state of the art Planetarium is part of a $450M campus improvement program.  The exterior features StoneLite® Silver travertine lightweight stone panels in a segmented curved application. The StoneLite® façade has horizontal graining and is a ¼” open joint system with quirk mitered edges along with both 90 degree and non-90 degree finished corners.  […] Read More

Project Spotlight: Feeling patriotic?  Visit the National Constitution Center

The Pei Cobb Freed designed National Constitution Center was the first museum to use StoneLite® panels. The exterior facade and interior walls  feature 29K sf of StoneLite® 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 […] Read More

Retrofit Over Ribbed Precast Concrete

A nondescript, dated structure was transformed using a mix of architectural elements including StoneLite® Noce and Roman Classic travertine panels.  The natural stone panels were installed over ribbed precast concrete. Major benefits of using StoneLite® natural stone panels in a renovation project are the panels can be installed over the existing materials, the reduction of demolition and […] Read More

Unique Applications – University of British Columbia

The University of British Columbia Earth Science Building created a unique exterior on the Ross Beaty Lecture Hall using 21 unique natural stones manufactured into StoneLite® panels and installed in a book matching application. The panels are not only decorative but are used as an outdoor learning laboratory for student studies. Read More

Stone Panels Education Construction Spotlight: Cleveland State University

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 intent is for the center to be a social and academic hub for all student organizations and activities as well as other local organizations in the area.  Soaring windows provide […] Read More