cast stone

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cast stone

n
(Building) building trades a building component, such as a block or lintel, made from cast concrete with a facing that resembles natural stone
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Sculpted Ashlar represents the perfect intersection between nature and precision with a bold interplay between rounded ledgestone features and more linear forms," says Cultured Stone Product Development and Area Sales Manager Emily Bonilla.
Manufactures cement cultured stone & does some installation work.
Masonry products include: Brick, Slimbrick tile, Concrete Masonry Units, Natural Stone and Cultured Stone in addition to masonry supplies.
The foundations are reinforced concrete with slab-on-grade, while exterior wall finishes are veneered with cultured stone and metal.
100,000 for commercial: replace exterior dryvit wainscot with new cultured stone cladding, overframe and replace metal roofing on entry only.
The plan, approved by the town in 2006, calls for a 2,400-square-foot building with a contemporary facade of vinyl siding and cultured stone.
It will be clad in cultured stone and will fit neatly into the scale of the park, accenting views of the water, just as well as the old one did.
The 84-suite building's exterior features cultured stone and warm rich colors.
Morris, IL) has begun the publication of "Countertop Business," a new monthly digital magazine that focuses on countertops, including those made of laminate, solid surface, cultured stone, granite, concrete, tile and other materials.
There is an 11-foot-high cultured stone gas fireplace in the main reception area with comfortable seating, while design presentations can take place in any of the three fireplaced conference rooms located on the perimeter of the showroom.
Engineered stone, especially quartz, is still a relatively new material in the US market, but will account for nearly 30 percent of cast polymer sales in 2010, surpassing cultured stone to be the second largest cast polymer product segment.