When the architects behind the $1.4 billion Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport began the design process, they were
Certification through independent testing along with intense internal testing is one of Stone Panel International\’s most significant points of differentiation. Why is testing so important?
Part 4 of our blog series “Why Sealant Joints Fail,” published by Karen Warseck, AIA and President of Building Diagnostics Associates, focuses on Substrate Failures.
With a due date of early 2013, the new Shawnee Mission Birth Center features over 10,000 square feet of StoneLite® in Gascogne Beige limestone from Portugal. The
Stone Panels helped transform a vacant warehouse in Toronto into a modern, vibrant Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce regional banking center. Using their innovative, patented
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
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